Riverside Code of Conduct
The image and reputation of any club are vital to its ongoing success and reflects the Club’s standing in the community and the cricket world.
Our “Code of Conduct” sets the standard of conduct required by our players, members and officials, as representatives of the Riverside Cricket Club Inc.
Club members and officials are expected to abide by our “Code of Conduct” while representing the club in any capacity (before, during and after a match or training and social functions).
- Members are expected to respect umpires, opposition players and supporters, our teammates and our members and supporters.
- Unsportsmanlike behaviour is unacceptable.
- The use of verbal or physical abuse is unacceptable
- The use of obscene language is unacceptable
- Members will refrain from any form of harassment or discrimination including:
- Harassment or discrimination on the grounds of disability
- Sexual harassment or discrimination
- Racial harassment or discrimination
- Religious harassment or discrimination
- Vilification on the grounds of any of the above
- Any member that causes the club to be fined as a result of their behaviour shall be required to compensate the club for the amount of the fine.
- Members are expected to take pride in our clubrooms and respect the furniture and fittings. Prior to leaving the clubrooms, members must ensure the area they (or their guests) have used is clean and tidy.
- Members are expected to respect all club property, including balls and training equipment. Unauthorised use or theft of club, or other members, property or money is unacceptable.
- Members are responsible for the behaviour of any visitors they introduce to the club. They must ensure that their visitors sign the “Visitors” book.
- The club is a registered Goodsports club and as such practices the responsible service of alcohol (“RSA”). Members (and their guests) are expected to make their best endeavours to ensure that RSA requirements are complied with at all times.
- Members are expected to follow the reasonable direction of the responsible committee person, or bar/canteen staff, while utilising the clubroom facilities.
- Members are expected to make umpires, opposition players and supporters feel welcome when they are guests at our club at the end of a day’s play.
- Members are expected to play a part in the operation of the club