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Maggie Lucas Clinic
12/13/2017
Registration is now open for the Maggie Lucas clinic. Maggie is a...
MLGBA CODES OF CONDUCT
12/05/2009
MLGBA Codes of Conduct    Parent's Code of Conduct    Provide...
 
Maggie Lucas Clinic

Registration is now open for the Maggie Lucas clinic. Maggie is a current WNBA player and was a 2x All American at Penn State who grew up in Narberth. This is truly an exceptional opportunity to learn from one of the best basketball players ever to hail from our own backyard. AND she played MLGBA back in the day!

Friday February 2, 2018

Bala Cynwyd Middle School - Large Gym

$25/player

3rd-5th Grade  6:00pm-7:30pm

6th-8th Grade  7:30pm-9:00pm

There are 2 separate sessions based on your grade

3rd-5th graders, please use this link:

https://leagueathletics.com/Registration/Restrictions.asp?RegID=169421&n=30434&org=MLGBA.COM

6th-8th graders please use this link:

https://leagueathletics.com/Registration/Restrictions.asp?RegID=169422&n=30434&org=MLGBA.COM

Space is limited and this is surely to fill up fast so sign up asap!

Happy Hooping!


by posted 12/13/2017
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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