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  • PERFORM to the best of their ability at all times.

  • ACCEPT without question the decisions of umpires and officials. (Never question/Do not argue with match officials and/or the coach)

  • RESPECT all participants in the game and treat them courteously. This includes fellow team members, opponents, umpires, spectators and officials.

  • RECOGNISE and applaud positive contributions and good play made by team-mates and opposition.

  • PARTICIPATE by the competition rules and regulations.

  • NEVER take the law into your own hands

  • CO-OPERATE with coach, team-mates, opponents and officials.

  • SHAKE HANDS and give three cheers for the other teams and the umpires at the completion of all matches.

  • THANK officials and opponents after the competition.

  • BE GRACIOUS in victory and defeat. Be a good sport-win with modesty, lose with dignity.

  • INFORM the coach of any injury as soon as possible or any other reason why you cannot attend a session / game.


If watching a game, or whilst being a reserve, only make positive comments from the side-line.


If you have any issues regarding opposition players or spectators these should be directed to your coach.


  • SHOW appreciation for a good performance by any athlete or team member in an appropriate and encouraging manner.

  • RESPECT all participants in the sport competition and treat them courteously. This includes fellow spectators, athletes, umpires, coaches, staff and officials.

  • ACCEPT without question the decisions of umpires and coaches.

  • LEARN THE RULES / LAWS and regulations of the sport to gain a better understanding of what you are looking at and commenting on.

  • RESPECT and adhere to the rules and regulations.

  • DO NOT use inappropriate language or harass, physically or verbally, players, managers, coaches, referees, officials or spectators. Children learn best by following a good example.

  • ALL COMMENTS from the side-line should be unbiased and positive.

  • CONDEMN the use of violence, profane language and any form of abuse.

  • OBSERVE the highest standard of sportsmanship and conduct at all times.

  • BE SUPPORTIVE of your child and the team he is involved in.

  • PRAISE your child’s efforts whether they win or lose.

  • Any INAPPROPRIATE behaviour reflects badly on your child, the team and is likely to tarnish the schools reputation.

  • RESPECT the traditions and rules of the schools and sporting venues which they visit and act accordingly

  • WE VALUE YOUR SUPPORT and look forward to seeing you on the side-lines.

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