The Australian Rugby Union has developed the following guidelines to assist clubs when dealing with expectations of behaviour from players, parents, teachers and coaches.
The expectations of behaviour guidelines are a simple outline for parents, teachers, coaches and players to ensure everyone is given the opportunity to maximise their enjoyment of the game.
Rugby has always been a game that prides itself on fair play and enjoyment for all, so please adhere to these guidelines to ensure this continues.
These guidelines have been developed to:
It is their game!
Download the Expectations of Behaviour Guidelines (pdf - 87kb)
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