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					         BANGOR RUGBY FOOTBALL CLUB – MINI SECTION
           CLUB AND IRFU REGISTRATION and HEALTH & SAFETY FORM 2012/2013
PLAYER DETAILS

    NAME: (Block Letters)                                                      ADDRESS:

         DATE OF BIRTH:

      PRIMARY SCHOOL:

SCHOOL CLASS 2012/13:                                                        POST CODE:
   (P3 / P4 / P5 / P6 / P7

 MEDICAL CONDITIONS:                                                      HOME TEL. NO.:
         (e.g. Asthma))

PLEASE NOTE:
All new players to be registered with the club must provide a copy of proof of date of birth which should be provided along with
payment for player subscription to the relevant year coach. A copy of a birth certificate, passport or medical card is acceptable.
Please ensure that a copy is provided along with payment of subscription fees for retention by the club.
Players who have registered previously with the club (and hence already provided proof of date of birth do not need to provide this
again at time of subscription payment.

PARENTS/GUARDIANS DETAILS:

 PARENT 1 FULL NAME:                                                      RELATION TO PLAYER:
                                                                             (e.g. Mum, Dad, etc.)

       MOBILE TEL. NO:                                                    EMAIL:


PARENT 2 FULL NAME:                                                       RELATION TO PLAYER:
                                                                             (e.g. Mum, Dad, etc.)

      MOBILE TEL. NO:                                                     EMAIL:

PLEASE NOTE:
Mobile numbers given should be the number to contact if a fixture has been changed at short notice or in the case of an emergency.
Text messaging may be used by coaches but the primary method of communication will be email and website updates.
Email communication is the preferred method of the club for details of fixtures and for general updates in relation to the Mini Rugby
Section. Please ensure that any address provided is one which is monitored regularly. You can provide multiple email addresses (e.g.
a work email address and a home email address) – all email addresses will be added to the Bangor Mini Rugby distribution list.

Mini Rugby player subscription (per player) for 2012/2013 season is £50 (payable by cash or cheque only - cheques
should be made payable to “Bangor RF & CC”). If returning completed form by email please bring payment (along with
proof of date of birth of player if necessary) to a training session and pass to a year coach at training.
I have read the Code of Conduct for parents, supporters and players as printed overleaf and will ensure that I and my family will
abide with them.
I give permission for my child to attend Bangor RF&CC Mini Rugby, participate in coaching/training sessions, play matches, be
transported to and from fixtures and participate in all other activities associated with the sport of Rugby as organised by Bangor
RF&CC and its representatives.
I permit photographs/images of my child to be used by Bangor RF&CC in team photos, promotional material and on the club
website. I also accept that photographs/images of rugby activities at Bangor RF&CC may be taken by the parents, and/or
relations, of the participants (and other authorised organisations) which may also include images of my child and that Bangor
RF&CC are not responsible or liable for these images.
I give my permission to have the information contained on this form to be held by Bangor RF&CC for record, use and
distribution purposes within Bangor RF&CC and the IRFU only.
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Please complete and return this form, with your subscriptions, no later than SUNDAY 23 September 2012. Failure to
do so will result in YOUR CHILD NOT BEING INSURED to play/participate in rugby activities at Bangor RFC Mini Rugby
for which you must accept full responsibility and liability.

         SIGNED:                                                                    DATE:


If returning completed form by email, please enter your name in the signature box above – completion thereof showing
acceptance of the terms above in lieu of signature.
Please return completed forms by email to bangor@minirugby.net or print and pass to a year coach at training.
                                   IRFU CODE OF CONDUCT
Code of conduct for parents

   o   Remember, young people play rugby for their enjoyment, not only yours.
   o   Encourage your child always to play by the Laws of the Game.
   o   Teach young children that honest endeavour is as important as winning, so that the result of each game is
       accepted without disappointment.
   o   Help young people to work towards skill improvement and good sportsmanship.
   o   Set a good example by applauding good play on both sides.
   o   Never ridicule, humiliate or shout at young players for making a mistake or losing a match. Encourage
       them through recognising the positive aspects of their play.
   o   Do not place emphasis on winning at all costs.
   o   Do not force an unwilling child to participate in the playing of rugby. If the child is to play, he/she will do so
       in good time through your encouragement.
   o   Support all efforts to remove verbal and physical abuse from rugby.
   o   As a spectator, do not use profane language or harass referees, coaches or players.
   o   Do not publicly question the referees’ judgement and never their honesty.
   o   Recognise the value and importance of volunteer referees and coaches. They give of their time and
       resources to provide recreational activities for your young children.
   o   Identify and acknowledge the good qualities of the Game of Rugby and uphold these values.
   o   Encourage in your child an appreciation of mutual respect for team mates and opponents.

Code of conduct for spectators

   o   Remember that although young people play organised rugby they are not ”miniature internationals”
   o   The rules of Mini Rugby differ from those governing the full fifteen aside game. Referees are encouraged
       to promote the flow of a game rather that penalise every infringement. Please accept and encourage this
       distinction.
   o   Do not publicly question the referees’ judgement and never their honesty.
   o   Be on your best behaviour and lead by example. Do not use profane language or harass referees, players
       or coaches.
   o   Applaud good play by the visiting team as well as your own.
   o   Never ridicule, humiliate or shout at young players for making a mistake or losing a match.
   o   Show respect for your team’s opponents. Without them there would not be a match.
   o   Condemn the use of violence in all forms at every opportunity.
   o   Verbal abuse of players or referees cannot be accepted in any shape of form.
   o   Players or referees are not fair targets for ignorant behaviour.
   o   Encourage young players to play by the Laws of the Game.
   o   Spectators can contribute to the enjoyment of the event and all involved.

Code of conduct for players

   o   Play for enjoyment, not just to please your parents or coach.
   o   Play by the Laws of the game of Rugby.
   o   Never argue with the referee’s decision. Let your captain or coach ask any relevant questions.
   o   Play with control. Do not lose your temper.
   o   Play for yourself and your team – your team’s performance will benefit and so will your own.
   o   Be a “good sport”. Applaud all good play whether by your team or the opposition.
   o   Respect your opponent. Treat all players as you would like to be treated. Do not “bully” or take advantage
       of any player.
   o   Rugby is a team sport - co-operate with your coach, team mates and opponents.
   o   Remember that the goals of the game are to have fun, improve your skills and feel good.
   o   At the end of the match always thank and applaud your opponents and the referee. NEVER jeer, mock or
       heckle the opposition or the referee.
   o   Always remember that you owe a duty of care to your opponents. Tackle hard but fairly, do not intend to
       hurt your opponent.
   o   Winning and losing is part of sport: Win with humility – lose with dignity.
   o   As a team sport it is important to understand that all members are important to the team!

				
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