Kilmacud Crokes Camogie Club
Players' Code of Conduct
YOUNG PLAYERS should always:
- Play fairly, do their best and enjoy themselves.
- Respect fellow team members regardless of ability, ethnic origin, cultural background or religion.
- Support fellow team members whether they do well or not so well.
- Represent their team, their club and their family with pride and dignity.
- Respect all coaches, mentors, officials and their opponents.
- Be gracious in defeat and modest in victory.
- Shake hands before and after the game irrespective of the result.
- Inform their coach/mentor/manager when they are unavailable for training and games.
- Talk to the Club Children’s Officer with any concerns or questions they may have.
- Adhere to acceptable standards of behaviour and their Club’s Code of Discipline.
- Tell somebody else if they or others have been harmed in any way.
- Take due care of club equipment.
YOUNG PLAYERS should not:
- Cheat – always play by the rules.
- Shout at or argue with an official, team mates or opponents or use violence.
- Use unfair or bullying tactics to gain advantage or isolate other players.
- Spread rumours.
- Tell lies about adults or other young people.
- Play or train if they feel unwell or are injured.
- Use unacceptable language or racial and/or sectarian references.
(Taken from the Joint Code of Behaviour for Camogie, GAA, Ladies’ Football, Rounders and Handball.)