Codes of conduct

 

 

PLAYERS' CODE OF BEHAVIOUR

  • Be a good sport.
  • Play for enjoyment.  Codes of Conduct
  • Strive for personal excellence.
  • Work hard for your team as well as yourself. 
  • Treat all teams mates and opponents as your enjoy being treated yourself.
  • Play by the rules, learn them. 
  • Cooperate with team and gameofficials.
  • Control your behaviour on and off the field. 
  • Learn to value honest effort, skilledperformance and improvement.

  

PARENTS' CODE OF BEHAVIOUR

  • Encourage the participation of your children. 
  • Be courteous in all your communications with players, team & game officials & the sport's administrators. 
  • Encourage honest effort skilled performance and team loyalty. 
  • Make any new parents feel welcome on all occasions. 
  • Do not interfere with the conduct of any events.

  

TEAM MANAGEMENTS' CODE OF BEHAVIOUR

  • Demonstrate appropriate social behaviour. 
  • Let game officials conduct events without interference. 
  • Demonstrate respect for umpires and technical bench officials. 
  • Play by the rules. 
  • Cooperate with game officials. 
  • Support skilled performances and team play.
  • Demonstrate respect for opposing players and supporters. 

  

SPECTATORS' CODE OF BEHAVIOUR

  • Demonstrate appropriate social behaviour. 
  • Remember - people play for enjoyment. 
  • Don't let your behaviour detract from their enjoyment.
  • Let game officials conduct events without interference. 
  • Support skilled performances and team play and generous applause. 
  • Demonstrate respect for opposing players and their supporters.

 

Players, coaches and supporters need to be mindful of their conduct during games. This does not only include the technical aspects of the game, as "abuse" of fellow players or umpires will not be tolerated.  Players red carded must front the judiciary and may face disciplinary action.