Code of Conduct for Junior Players
Trinity Cricket Club is fully committed to the safeguarding of young people and has adopted the ECB Safe Hands policy.
It expects all members to show courtesy and respect to other members, match officials and visitors at all times and this includes juniors, both in their dealings with senior members, match officials and visitors and in their dealings with each other. It is important also that any concerns are able to be raised with the Club Welfare Officer, John Sandford, or his deputy, Chris Jackson, or the Chairman, Stewart Coates.
Trinity Cricket Club expects that the following rules will be adhered to by all junior members.
All members must play within both the rules of cricket and the spirit of the game. Umpires decisions must be accepted without question.
All members must respect opponents.
Members should keep to the agreed timings for training and for matches. If you have been selected for a match and you cannot play you must contact the team manager or coach to let them know. Simply not to turn up lets down your team mates and may deprive some keen to play the opportunity.
Members must wear suitable kit for training and for matches. For matches this will be cricket whites, for training this can be suitable casual or sports clothing. The club has a small supply of whites for those team members new to the game.
While batting or keeping wicket helmets must be worn. The club has helmets and a supply of equipment required to play the game. E.g. bats, pads, gloves etc. However we recommend that all players have their own box.
Members must pay subscriptions, training or match fees when stipulated by the Club Committee or Club Treasurer.
Junior members are not allowed to smoke any substances on club premises or when representing the club.
Junior members are not allowed to consume alcohol on club premises or when representing the club.
I/we agree to abide by these rules as a member of Trinity Cricket Club.