CODE OF BEHAVIOUR
- All players shall play cricket within the Laws of Cricket and in the true spirit of the game of cricket. All behavior shall abide by the relevant association rules as well as these club rules.
- No player shall, during any match, whether on or off the field of play, engage in conduct unbecoming to the game of cricket or the Carnegie Cricket Club.
- All persons at Carnegie Cricket Club must be respected and vilification of race or women is not tolerated at Carnegie Cricket Club. Any contravention or this rule will be regarded as a serious matter where the player will be required to show cause why he or she should not be sanctioned and/or asked to resign as a member.
- Players shall:
- respect the umpire, the opposition and the games traditional values.
- not engage in any "sharp" practices or unfair play.
- not verbally or physically abuse any umpire.
- not dispute the umpires' decision by word, action or gesture, nor react in a threatening or disapproving manner.
- when given out, move immediately and not indulge in tantrums
- generally assist the umpire in carrying out his duties.
- not indulge in "Sledging" opposition players.
- not verbally or physically abuse opposition players or officials.
- not deliberately waste time.
- Captains shall be responsible for their teams' behavior and:
- instruct players to avoid wasting time - incoming and outgoing batsmen should pass inside the boundary line and fieldsmen should move quickly to position.
- brief players on the behavior requirements and request that his players conduct themselves in a manner that conforms to the traditional image and spirit of the game of cricket and ensure that players abide by fair play.
- 6. No alcohol shall be consumed by a player on or off the ground, during any match.
- 7. Players shall maintain a standard of dress consistent with that required by association rules
- 8. Should any breach of this code occur or any action deemed to be detrimental to the game of cricket take place, the matter shall be reported to the committee of the Carnegie Cricket Club in accordance with Club Rules.
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