Annaduff Club members should:
-maintain the highest standards of conduct when interacting with other members, club managers, officials and organisers.
-encourage all players to play by the rules.
-behave responsibly on the sidelines and don’t seek to unfairly affect the game.
-not expose any player, intentionally or unintentionally, to embarrassment or disparagement by the use of flippant or sarcastic remarks.
-always recognise the value and importance of the volunteers who provide sporting/recreational opportunities for Club Members.
-respect referees, coaches, organisers and other players
-not publicly question the judgement or honesty of referees, managers, coaches or organisers
-help players to learn that honest endeavour is as important as winning and do all one can to encourage good sportsmanship.
-set a good example by applauding good play on both sides
-encourage mutual respect for team-mates and opponents
Club members should support all efforts to remove abusive and bullying behaviour in all its forms:
Player to Player – includes inappropriate physical aggression, verbal bullying, intimidation or isolation.
Supporter to Player – includes the use of repeated gestures or expressions of a threatening or intimidatory nature, or any comment intended to degrade the player.
Supporter to Supporter – includes verbal aggression towards other supporters.
Player to Supporter – includes repeated gestures or expressions of a threatening or intimidatory nature by an individual player or a group of players.