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MLGBA CODES OF CONDUCT

MLGBA Codes of Conduct 
 

Parent's Code of Conduct 
 

  • Provide positive support for all children and coaches (including those of an opposing team).
  • Provide positive support for all referees, scorekeepers, timekeepers and parents at every game.
  • Provide positive support whether my child is successful or struggling.
  • Provide positive support whether the team wins or loses. 
  • Remember that MLGBA is for children and not for adults.  
     

Coach's Code of Conduct 
 

  • Create a safe and caring practice and game atmosphere.
  • Make it fun for every player.
  • Be fair to all players.
  • Communicate with your team’s parents.
  • Learn new drills.
  • Teach the children good sportsmanship; be a good winner and a good loser.
  • Part of your job is to control the parents in a professional manner.  Help your parents set a good example.
  • Remember that MLGBA is for children and not for adults.
 

Coach’s Responsibility Toward Referees 
 

  • Introduce yourself to the referees prior to the game starting and give them some encouragement.
  • Remember they will not always make the right call (what referee does?).  No shouting, verbal or physical abuse to any referee at any time. 
  • There is no room for arguments.  Coaches must at all times comply and stand up for our referees.  The referees are in charge of the game.  
     

Player's Code of Conduct 
 

  • Listen to your coaches.
  • Show good sportsmanship to all players, coaches and referees.
  • Be a good teammate.
  • Do your best.
  • Have fun.

by posted 12/05/2009
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Martin Law