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Code of Conduct

Douglas Camogie Code of conduct.

PARENTS / GUARDIANS should encourage their child to:
•    Play by the rules.
•    Improve their skills levels
•    Appreciate everybody on their team, regardless of ability.
•    Promote the Code of Conduct and Ethics of the Club

PARENTS / GUARDIANS should lead by example:
•    Respect officials’ decisions and encourage children to do likewise.
•    Do not exert undue pressure on your child.
•    Never admonish your own child or any other child for their standard of play.
•    Be realistic in their expectations.
•    Show approval for effort, not just results.
•    Never embarrass a child or use sarcastic remarks towards a player.
•    Applaud good play from all teams.
•    Do not seek to unfairly affect a game or player.
•    Do not enter the field of play or play area unless invited to by an official in charge.

•    Complete and return the registration/permission and medical consent forms for their child’s participation in the club
•    Ensure that their child punctually attends coaching sessions/games or other activities.
•    Provide their child with proper clothing and equipment.
•    Listen to what young people have to say.
•    Show approval whether the team wins, loses or draws a game.
•    Never attempt to meet their own needs and aspirations for success and achievement through their children’s participation in games.

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.
•    Promote the Code of Conduct and Ethics of the Club

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

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