Netball is an all-weather sport and fixtured games will proceed in most weather conditions. Teams must turn up, ready to play.
HOT WEATHER POLICY
If the temperate is 31-35 degrees, the quarters will be shortened and a short drink break allowable at quarter and three-quarter time. If the temperature reaches above 36 degrees, games will be cancelled.
WET WEATHER POLICY
In the event of extreme wet weather conditions, the On-Duty Supervisor will make a timeslot by timeslot decision and notify Team Managers accordingly.
FAIR PLAY CODE
The Victorian government's new Fair Play Code - a code of conduct for sport and recreation in Victoria - outlines the standards of behaviour expected for everyone involved in sport & recreation. The Code sends a clear message that bad behaviour, violence, cheating and intimidation has no place in sport.
There are five core values that underpin fair play:
MEMBER PROTECTION POLICY
In Dec 2006, Netball Victoria adopted the Netball Australia Member Protection Policy with the view of being committed to treating all people with respect, dignity and fairness.
The policy aims to ensure the core values, good reputation, positive behaviours and attitudes are maintained and enhanced.
The Member Protection Policy covers areas such as child protection anti-discrimination, sexual relationships, pregnancy, gender identity and cyber bullying.
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CHILD SAFE NETBALL