The Victorious Secret Netball Club appreciates the time and effort it takes for our members, officials and players to represent our Club. In representing the Victorious Secret Netball Club comes responsibilities that are put in place to support the club achieve its goals and mission to become a successful and competitive club.
It takes many people to create a team and each person in the team has a role. The Club has developed a series of responsibilities to be undertaken by members of the team to ensure the team is successful.
All players have a responsibility to fill in the medical information form (downloaded from our website) and give it to their Coach/Captain at the start of the season. It is your responsibility to bring to the attention of the Coach/Captain any medical condition. A parent or guardian of a Junior player with a medical condition is to be in attendance at all training and matches. A player returning from illness or injury that required medical attention is to provide the Coach/Captain with a written clearance to resume training or playing; such clearance is to be provided by either the player’s doctor, physiotherapist or parent/guardian. This must then be handed onto the president for final approval.
Junior players are expected to attend ALL training sessions. When a commitment is made to the Victorious Secret Netball Club, this includes training.
In exceptional circumstances, such as illness or injury the Coach MUST be contacted PRIOR to training if the player cannot attend. Injured players should still attend training where possible.
A player, who has failed to attend training and neglected to notify the Coach with an explanation, may not be selected in the starting team line up.
Players who regularly miss training without an acceptable reason are liable to disciplinary action.
Players should treat the training sessions with a positive attitude, expending the same effort as in match day.
Players should cooperate with the Coach/Captain at all times.
Whilst players are expected to be cooperative at all times, disciplinary action is sometimes necessary. This may occur when a player:-refuses to abide by a Coach’s/Captains decision;
Disciplinary action may include:-
Coaches/Captains will usually warn a player when his/her behaviour is seen to be inappropriate or not befitting of a Victorious Secret Netball Club member, but in some circumstances, action may be taken without warning if the behaviour is seen to warrant this. Coaches/Captains will refer all disciplinary matters to the Committee.
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