RCC Code of Conduct for Junior Members

 

 

Ripley Cricket Club is fully committed to safeguarding and promoting the wellbeing of all its members. We believe that everyone involved with the club should respect the welfare and safety of others.

 

Therefore, members are encouraged to be open at all times and to share any concerns or complaints that they may have about any aspect of the club with any club official.

 

As a member of Ripley Cricket Club you are expected to abide by the following junior code of conduct:

 

 

·  All members must play within the rules and respect officials and their decisions.

·  All members must respect the rights, dignity and worth of everyone regardless of gender, ability, cultural background or religion.

·  Members should keep to agreed timings for training and competitions or inform their coach or team manager if they are going to be late.

·  Members must wear suitable kit – for training and match sessions, as agreed with the coach/team manager.

·  Members must pay any fees for training or events promptly.

·  Junior members are not allowed to smoke on club premises or whilst representing the club at competitions.

·  Junior members are not allowed to consume alcohol or drugs of any kind on the club premises or whilst representing the club.

·  Junior members are expected to be aware of and respect ECC Cricket Etiquette

 

Any action that is thought to be a breach of this code of conduct will be reported to the Club General Committee where decisions about any action will be made.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

RCC CRICKET ETIQUETTE

(The customs or rules of behaviour)

 

Learning the customs or rules of how to behave when playing cricket is just as important as learning how to play the game itself. Below is a list of the most important rules of ‘etiquette’ which you need to learn in order to take part in cricket matches and represent Ripley Cricket Club.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

These are just a few simple rules to remember. Please do your best to learn them

 

“For when the One Great Scorer comes

To write against your name

He marks – not that you won or lost

But how you played the game”

 

Gartland Rice