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Player Code of Conduct

  • Always conduct yourself with respect and respect other people and property

  • Maximum effort is a minimum requirement – always take pride in your performance, even at practice

  • Always be a good teammate - pick your teammates up; don't put them down

  • Attend practice sessions and game regularly and on time

  • Pay complete attention to your coaches

  • Learn the rules of the game

  • Be appreciative of your parents' support

  • Have a good attitude, both on and off the court

  • During a game:

    • Be proud of your appearance on the court

    • Always show good sportsmanship

    • Accept any decision given by the referee

    • Never retaliate, verbally or physically, no matter what the provocation may be


Parent Code of Conduct

  • No one, except the coach, is to speak to the referee during or after the game. Absolutely no disputing calls, during or after the game, no remarks to the referee to watch certain players or attend to rough play. No yelling at the referee and no criticism, sarcasm, harassment, or feedback of any kind during or after the game

  • Leave the coaching to the coaches. Shout encouragement - not instructions - from the sidelines

  • Keep the winning of games in perspective. Player development is the most important thing. Encourage and support players. Do not place an unwarranted amount of pressure on the players, including post-game discussions

  • Ensure that players attend training and games regularly and on time

  • Give adequate notice for all absences from practices and games

  • Keep the coach fully informed of any injuries or matters that may affect performance

  • Advocate a healthy lifestyle that is appropriate to development


Note: Parents wishing to speak to a coach about any issue relating to their child should e-mail their coach requesting to speak to them at practice.

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