In addition to the General Code of Behaviour set out in this By-law, you must meet the following requirements in regard to your conduct during any activity held by or under the auspices of a Community Cricket Peak Body, a Region or an Affiliated Club and Association and in your role as an administrator of a Community Cricket Peak Body, a Region or an Affiliated Club and Association:
- Be fair, considerate and honest in all
dealings with others.
- Be professional in, and accept
responsibility for your actions. Your
language, presentation, manners and punctuality should reflect high standards.
- Resolve conflicts fairly and promptly
through established procedures.
- Maintain strict impartiality.
- Be aware of your legal
a positive sport environment by allowing for the special needs of the players
(especially children), by emphasising enjoyment and by providing appropriate
development and competitive experiences.
- Involve players
in the planning, leadership, evaluation and decision making relating to the
activities, equipment and facilities are safe and appropriate to the ability
level of participating players.
Activities, rules, equipment, lengths of games and training schedules
should take into consideration the age, ability and maturity level of
- Ensure that
everyone (administrators, coaches, players, umpires, parents, spectators,
sponsors and physicians) emphasise fair play in Cricket activities and games.
appropriate, distribute a Code of Behaviour sheet to coaches, players, umpires,
parents, spectators and the media.