Code Of Conduct

Code of Conduct for

  • Participants\Coaches
  • Parents & Spectators at games
  • Social Media

Code of Conduct for Participants\Coaches 

  • Respect the decision of the referee and table officials at all times.
  • Promote the positive aspects of the sport (e.g fair play, shaking your opponents hand before and after a game, applauding the opposition, applauding your team mates)
  • Respect the decisions made by your coach.
  • Publicly accept the officials’ judgements.
  • Discourage unfair play and arguing with the officials.
  • Play within the rules of the game\tournament.
  • Use proper language at all times.
  • Encourage teamwork by passing the ball to players that are open.
  • Discourage selfish play and showing off.
  • Accept victory and defeat with humility and dignity and without excessive emotional display

Code of Conduct for Parents & Spectators at Junior Games

  • Encourage your child/children to learn the rules and play within them.
  • Discourage unfair play and arguing with officials.
  • Help your child/children to recognise good performance, not just results.
  • Set a good example by recognising fair play and applauding the good performances of all.
  • Do not ridicule players who make mistakes.
  • Do not shout abuse at officials, coaches, players or other spectators.
  • Refrain from undue public criticism of other coaches or match officials.
  • Accept the decisions of match official without question or complaint (let your coach as the necessary questions)
  • Support your child’s involvement and help them to enjoy their sport.
  • Use correct and proper language at all times.
  • No photography\videoing at JCVL event unless have a visible pass and have signed photography form
  • Parents\Spectators not to enter the playing area during any stage of the game unless requested to do so by the coach.
  • Accept victory and defeat with humility and dignity and without excessive emotional display

Code of Conduct for Social Media

  • We respect the right of individuals to use Social Media for personal use. The use of social media should be done in a safe and responsible way.
    • All opinions expressed by users of social media sites are expressed strictly in their individual capacity and not as a representative of the club
    • Do not use obscene, defamatory or threatening language in reference to anyone involved in any games/sessions
    • Do not pass out your personal data or that of others to anyone that you do not know
  • If you are not sure, then don’t post.

Failure to abide by the Codes of conduct by Coaches/Officials/Players and Parents may result (in severe cases) with them and / or their team being asked to leave the tournament\game\sessions or serve a ban.