Code of Conduct - Orange Tigers

Orange Tigers Afl Code of Conduct

AFL CENTRAL WEST MEDIA POLICY AND CODE OF CONDUCT

Media Policy

19.1 Statements on policy, any matter affecting the AFL Central West, a Regional Committee, Clubs, Players, Officials and Umpires, including the AFL Central West competitions, may only be made by persons approved by or authorised by the Board to make such statements. 19.2 Any person or Club breaching Rule 19.1 may be referred to the Board for determination as the Board thinks fit, including referring same to either the Tribunal in the case of a Player or Official, or an ISC in the case of any other person, for hearing and determination. 19.3 Any Player, Official, or other person making a statement injurious or prejudicial to the character or interests of any other Player, Official, Umpire, any other person, Club, Regional Committee or AFL Central West shall be subject to the following provisions: 19.3.1 in the case of a Player or Official, AFL Central West may report such person for breach of this Rule and refer the Report to the Tribunal for hearing and determination; 19.3.2 in the case of any other person, AFL Central West may refer the matter to an ISC (Investigations Sub-Committee) for determination. 19.4 A Club whose Official has made a statement contrary to the provisions of Rule 19.1, or in the case of any other person, with the apparent authority, agreement, consent or approval of the Club, may be referred by AFL Central West to an ISC which may, in the event of a breach, levy a fine of up to a maximum of one thousand dollars ($1,000.00) and forfeit past or future match ratios.

Code of Conduct

PLAYERS CODE OF CONDUCT

 Play by the rules – the rules of your Club and the laws of the game.  Attend training sessions and matches at times advised by the Club. If unable, for a valid reason to do so, players will inform the Club as soon, as is practical.  Act respectfully toward the officials and players of their own and opposing Clubs.  Respect and follow the directions of coaching staff, match and club officials.  Treat all players with respect, as you would want them to treat you.  Act respectfully towards match officials at all times. Abusive language is unacceptable.  Avoid individual or collective behaviour, which may reasonably be held by spectators to be offensive.  Avoid all acts likely to incite spectators to violence or disorder.  Make no detrimental statements in public (radio, television, print or electronic media) in respect to the performance of any match officials, players, or any policy decisions of the Club or the League.  Abide by the By-Laws, (Rules & Regulations) and the Competition Rules of the League.  Respect the facilities and equipment of their own and opposing Clubs.  Do not use remarks based on race, religion, gender or ability as many such comments are politically incorrect and it is your coach, team-mates, Club and family that are let down with such remarks.

 PARENTS & SUPPORTERS CODE OF CONDUCT

 Remember that you are there for the participants to enjoy the game.  Encourage participation, but don’t force it.  Teach that enjoyment is more important than winning.  Never ridicule mistakes or losses Supporters are there to support not downgrade.  Lead by example and respect all players, coaches, umpires, administrators and spectators. Physical or verbal abuse will not be tolerated.  Recognise all volunteers who give up their valuable time.  Never publicly criticise umpires, rather raise personal concerns with club officials in private  Do not use remarks based on race, religion, gender or ability as many such comments are politically incorrect and it is your coach, team-mates, Club and family that are let down with such remarks.  Respect the facilities and equipment of their own and opposing Clubs.  Do not engage in physical and/or verbal intimidation, abuse or conduct toward any player, official, umpire or supporter. Such actions are totally unacceptable.  Condemn the use of violence in any form, whether it is by spectators, coaches, officials or players.  Abusive language is unacceptable.

COACHES CODE OF CONDUCT

 Set a good example and display utmost honesty and integrity in all dealings.  Teach fair play and good sportsmanship  Never place the value of winning above that of instilling the highest possible ideals and character.  Be reasonable in demands, setting goals and expectations at an attainable level.  Maintain a current knowledge of the rules of the game.  Teach and interpret the laws of the game to the players.  Never ridicule players.  Respect the rights, dignity and worth of all individuals within the context of my involvement in Australian Football, including refraining from any discriminatory practices on the basis of race, religion, ethnic background, or special ability/disability.  Encourage and create opportunities to develop individual as well as team skill.  Ensure that all players understand the importance of regular attendance at training and positive attitude at training and that team selection throughout the season, including the finals, may be influenced by their training attendance and attitude.  Ensure that injured players are given prompt and competent medical attention and that doctor’s orders are strictly adhered to.  Endeavour to keep informed regarding sound principles of coaching and skill development and of factors relating to the welfare of my players.  Display and teach appropriate sporting behaviour, ensuring that players understand and practice fair play.  Display and foster respect for umpires, opponents, coaches, administrators, other officials, parents and spectators.  Abide by the By-Laws, (Rules & Regulations) and the Competition Rules of the League.  Do not engage in physical and/or verbal intimidation, abuse or conduct toward any player, official, umpire or supporter. Such actions are totally unacceptable.  Respect the facilities and equipment of their own and opposing Clubs  Make no detrimental statements in public (radio, television, print or electronic media) in respect to the performance of any match officials, players, or any policy decisions of the Club or to the League.

ADMINISTRATORS CODE OF CONDUCT

 Involve others in planning, leadership, evaluation and decision making related to Australian Football.  Create pathways for people to participate and develop through the sport not just as players but also as coaches, umpires and administrators.  Ensure equipment and facilities are safe and appropriate to the ability level of the participants.  Establish that qualified and competent coaches and officials capable of developing appropriate sports behaviour and specific skill technique provide adequate supervision.  Help coaches and officials highlight appropriate behaviour and skill development and help improve the standards of coaching and officiating.  Assist all participants in Australian Football to know and understand the rules.  Set a conduct example for others to follow.  Make it clear that abusing people in any way is unacceptable and will result in disciplinary action.  Respect the rights, dignity and worth of every person.  Make no detrimental statements in public (radio, television, print or electronic media) in respect to the performance of any match officials, players, or any policy decisions of the Club or the League.  Do not engage in physical and/or verbal intimidation, abuse or conduct toward any player, official, umpire or supporter. Such actions are totally unacceptable.  Always respect the use of facilities and equipment provided.  Ensure on and off the field behaviour is consistent with the principles of good sportsmanship.  Ensure all parents, coaches, sponsors, administrators, officials, medical staff and players, understand their responsibilities regarding fair play in sport.  Abide by the By-Laws, (Rules & Regulations) and the Competition Rules of the League.

 OFFICIALS CODE OF CONDUCT

 Display fairness and uniformity in applying the rules.  Be honest in your assessment of situations.  Be consistent and courteous in calling all infractions.  Condemn deliberate fouls as being unsporting and promote fair play and appropriate sports behaviour.  The health and safety of the players must be the most important reason to be weighed in during the decision making process.  Use common sense to ensure the ‘spirit of the game’ for players is not lost by being too pedantic when applying the rules.  Be a positive role model in behaviour and personal appearance.  Ensure you remain up to date with any rule changes and/or interpretation of rules as laid down by the AFL  Seek continual self-improvement through study, performance appraisal and regular updating of competencies.  Do not engage in physical and/or verbal intimidation, abuse or conduct toward any player, official, umpire or supporter. Such actions are totally unacceptable

ORANGE EX-SERVICES CLUB

AFL TIGERS

CODE OF CONDUCT

 

Players code of conduct:

  • Play by the rules - the rules of your Club and the laws of the game.
  • Attend training sessions and matches at times advised by the Club. If unable, for a valid reason to do so, players will inform the Club as soon as is practical.
  • Act respectfully towards the officials and players of their own and opposing Clubs.
  • Respect and follow the directions of coaching staff, match & club officials.
  • Treat all players with respect, as you would want them to treat you.
  • Act respectfully towards match officials at all times. Abusive language is unacceptable.
  • Avoid individual or collective behaviour, which may reasonably be held by spectators to be offensive.
  • Avoid all acts likely to incite spectators to violence or disorder.
  • Make no detrimental statements in public (radio, television, print or electronic media) in respect to the performance of any match officials, players, or any policy decisions of the Club or the AFL NSW/ACT.
  • Abide of the By-laws (Rules & Regulations) and the competition rules of the AFL NSW/ACT.
  • Respect the facilities and equipment of their own and opposing Clubs.
  • Do not use remarks based on race, religion, gender or ability as many such comments are politically incorrect and it is your coach, team mates, Club and family that are let down with such remarks.

Rules for Orange Ex-Services Country Club Oval

  • NO SMOKING on and within 5 metres of playing field, within 10 metres of pavilion or in the showers and change rooms.
  • NO ALCOHOL in the showers or change rooms. We are kindly allowed to use the showers by GWAHS and this is a stipulation of use. If there is the slightest abuse we will lose this facility for good. There is a bin by the gate to put empty bottles in as you enter.
  • DO NOT USE THE POOL.
  • Change Rooms & showers must be kept clean and tidy at all times.
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