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Codes Of Conduct

These Codes of Conduct have been written to remind or inform players of their responsibilities and the minimum standards of behavior required to fulfill them. Every season all players in the Junior, Midi and Mini section will be called upon to vouch that they have read, understood and will intend to abide by these codes.

Play by the rules of the game and for the enjoyment of it.
Abide by the officials decisions. Never argue: they are always right!
Never use bad language towards an official, coach or spectator.
Control your emotions and do not let your temper get the better of you.
Treat each other with the same respect and fairness.
Be a good sport. Applaud all good play, whether by your team or the opposition.
Treat all players as you would like to be treated. Don't interfere with, bully or take unfair advantage of any players.
Remember that the aim of the game is to have fun, improve your skills and feel good. Do not act irresponsibly.
Co-operate with your Coaches, team-mates opponents and match officials.
Respect the differences in gender, disability, culture, race, ethnicity and religious belief.
Take time to thank those who assist, whether it be coaches, family, organizations or team mates.
Codes of Conduct in the Home Club

The club should be respected with appropriate good behavior.
Disciplinary action will be taken against any player found causing damage to the club, its contents or cars in the car park. This could result in being banned from the club
Rugby boots are not to be worn in the clubhouse entrance or in either of the function rooms.
Rugby boots are not to be worn or cleaned in the shower area.
Players should be accompanied by an adult in the club.
Running is not allowed in the changing facilities, especially wearing rugby boots, it contravenes Health and Safety Regulations.
Do not leave valuables in the changing rooms. The club will not be liable for any loss from the changing rooms: they do not necessarily get locked.
Respect the rules when visiting away clubs.

Where next?

Child Protection Guidelines for Match Officials When refereeing young players match officials should Recognize the importance of fun and enjoymen
Parent's Codes of Conduct Remember that young people play rugby for their enjoyment, not that of their parents. Encourage you

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