JUNIOR RUGBY LEAGUE CLUB INC.
Player Code of Conduct
All Players Must:
- 1. Never use bad language or sledging against the opposition players, officials or referee
- Never become involved in foul play ..
- Be a good sport on and off the field.
- 4. Shake hands with and thank the opposition after the match, win, lose or draw.
- 5. Respect the referee’s decisio
- Play with the rules of the game.
- 7. Never abuse your own team mat
Parents/Guardians Code of Conduct
- 1. Realise that the most important part of playing Rugby League is development, both physical
and in the character of the child.
- 2. Always applaud the efforts of all players.
- Never use bad language or sledging against the opposition players, officials or referees.
- Encourage your children to avoid illegal and foul play and to always display good
- 5. Never allow match results to cause loss of self control.
- 6. Realise that we do not need to blame anyone for a defeat.
- 7. Be positive when they ask about their performance after the game, win, lose or draw.
- 8. Encourage your children to enjoy the game and have fun.
CODE OF CONDUCT – COACH
- Actively discourage foul play and/or unsportsmanlike behaviour by players.
- Seek to maximise the participation and enjoyment of all players regardless of ability; avoid the tendency to over-use a talented player; treat all players as equals, regardless of their talent.
- Show concern and caution towards all sick and injured players. Follow the advice of a physician and/or sports trainer to the letter when determining when an injured player is ready to recommence training or playing.
- Teach players that an honest effort and competing to the best of their ability is as important as victory.
- Maintain appropriate, professional relationships with players at all times.
- Maintain a thorough knowledge of the Laws of the Game and keep abreast of current coaching methods; maintain or improve your current accreditation level.
- Always consider the health, safety and welfare of the players.
- Teach young players to realise that there is a big gap between their play and the professional game; do not coach them as if they are professionals.
- Ensure that your coaching reflects the level of the competition being played; do not be a “winner-at-all-cost” coach.
- As coach, conduct yourself at all times in a manner, and in all situations, that shows leadership, respect for the game of Rugby League and respect for all those that are involved in the game – the players, officials, the fans, the parents, the referees and the media