Code of Conduct - Juniors
PETERBOROUGH TOWN CRICKET CLUB – Code of Conduct for Young People
The Cricket Club has set out it’s aims and objectives, together with guidance notes for members and their parents or carers.
- To introduce young people to the game of cricket in a safe and enjoyable manner.
- To encourage all junior members to develop their potential through practice and matches.
The following statements underpin the way in which we believe junior cricket should be played
- Respect yourself, the game, its traditions, your opponents, team mates and other club members, your family, other cultures, and the coaches.
- Help your team mates and fellow club members.
Fun and Enjoyment
- It is only a game, and whilst winning is great, losing is not the end of the world.
- Love the game.
What the Cricket Club shall do
- Treat all junior members fairly and will listen to any of their concerns or complaints.
- Ensure that our senior coaches/managers have satisfactory Criminal Record Bureau checks.
- Ensure that first aid kit is available at all practice sessions and matches.
- Ensure that a mobile phone is available at all practice sessions and matches.
What is expected from junior members
- Prompt attendance at practice and matches.
- Annual subscriptions and match fees to be paid promptly.
- Kit and facilities to be treated with care.
- To dress appropriately for both practice sessions and matches.
- Not to smoke, consume alcohol or drugs of any kind whilst on the club premises or representing the club
- From time to time coaches may make video recordings of young players solely for coaching purposes. It is also possible that photographs may be taken. If you do not want your child to b subject to video recording or photograph, please advise Tony Brown.
Last updated: February 2012