Mon 08 May 2017 10:56



Recognise and appreciate the efforts made by coaches, parents, match officials and administrators in providing the opportunity for you to play the game and enjoy the rugby environment.
Understand the values of loyalty and commitment to adults and team mates.
Recognise that every young player has a right to expect their involvement in rugby to be safe and free from all types of abuse.
Understand that if an individual or group of young players feel that they are not being treated in a manner that is acceptable, then you have a right to tell an adult either at the rugby club or outside of the game.


Play because you want to do so, not to please coaches or parents.
Remember that skills develop; fun and enjoyment are the most important parts of the game.
Be attentive at all training and coaching sessions.
Work equally hard for yourself and your team, both will then benefit.
Recognise good play by all players on your team and by your opponents.
Be a sportsman, win or lose.
Play to the Laws of the Game, and accept, without question, all referees decisions.
Control your emotions. Verbal or physical abuse of your team mates, opponents, or match officials is unacceptable.
Treat all players as you would like to be treated. Do not interfere with, bully, or take advantage of another player.
. Turn up to training and games with the correct kit, equipment and medication necessary.