The coming season

The coming season

NELSON CRICKET JUNIOR HANDBOOK 2019/20 SEASON MESSAGE FROM NZ CRICKET To get kids active and involved with our summer game, New Zealand Cricket has developed new resources and guides for Junior and Youth cricketers, coaches and parents. Junior Formats Different Ages & Different Stages spells out NZC's Junior Cricket objectives and, significantly, the necessity to make the game more accessible for Kiwi kids by making it their size, which means; shorter pitch lengths, fewer player numbers and shortened boundaries. Think faster, more

running, more balls in play; fewer wides. Think more fun. Junior Programmes New Zealand Cricket is introducing cricket to over 100,000 youngsters a year. The Superstar Cricket Programmes and resources support cricket participation, coaching, umpiring and scoring through clubs, communities and schools. Its all about developing basic cricket skills through small group activities and modified games. Youth New Zealand Cricket has developed fun, fast and inclusive games for anyone wanting to enjoy cricket in secondary school. The games have been created to engage and involve all year 9-13 students, boys and girls. NELSON CRICKET Shaping the game of cricket to be enjoyable, successful and available to all members of the community

Nelson Cricket Contacts: Coaching Manager Ryan Edwards [email protected] Cellphone: 0275566924 Operations Manager Ben Eder [email protected] Cellphone: 0273260666 THANKS TO OUR MAJOR SPONSORS __________________________________________________ THANKS TO OUR MAJOR FUNDING PARTNERS

Nelson Club Cricket Contacts Athletic College Old Boys Cricket Club Iain Graham [email protected] Motueka Cricket Club Gary AGNEW [email protected] Stoke/Nayland Cricket Club Dani HAMPSON [email protected] Waimea Toi Toi United Cricket Club Steve Bell [email protected] Wakatu Cricket Club

Dustin EMMS-HEALEY [email protected] Wanderers Cricket Club Diane TAYLOR [email protected] Mapua Cricket Club Pip Day [email protected] Umpires Damian CHAPMAN [email protected] CODE OF CONDUCT - PLAYERS Winning with humility, losing with dignity - Play by the rules - Respect officials decisions. If you disagree, have your captain, coach or manager approach the official during a

break or after the game - Control your temper. Verbal abuse of officials and sledging of other players, deliberately distracting or provoking an opponent are not acceptable - Work equally hard for yourself and/or your team. Your teams performance will benefit and so will you - Be a good sport. Applaud all good plays whether they are made by your team or the opposition - Treat all participants in your sport as you like to be treated. Do not bully or take unfair advantage of another competitor - Co-operate with your coach/coaches, team mates and opponents. Without them there would be no competition - Participate for your own enjoyment and benefit, not just to please parents and coaches - Thank the opposition and officials at the end of the game - Win with humility, lose with dignity

CODE OF CONDUCT -COACHES Winning with humility, losing with dignity - Operate within the rules and spirit of the game and teach my players to do the same - Players need a coach that they can respect be generous with your praise when it is deserved and set a good example - Be reasonable on your demands on young players time, energy and enthusiasm - Ensure that all players are given the opportunity to play - Never yell at or ridicule a player for making a mistake, insist your players do the same - Develop the team to respect the judgement of the referees/umpires - Follow the advice of a doctor in determining when an injured player is fit to play again - Insist on fair and disciplined play. Do not tolerate foul play, fighting or bad language be prepared to take off the offending player

- Be a good sport. Applaud all good plays whether they are made by your team or the opposition - Respect your opposition and opposition coaches. Ensure you and your team shake hands with the opposition after the game - Respect the rights, dignity, diversity and worth of every young person regardless of their gender, ability, cultural background or religion - Win with humility, and lose with dignity Organisation Name Social Media Code of Conduct Requirements - All comments, notes or photos posted on social media sites in relations to organization name and its members are to be constructive or positive in their nature. Code of Conduct Guidelines - It is your responsibility to be respectful at all times on social media. You are expected to show the same respect and regard for people that you would when playing, officiating or attending a game. - Do not use social media to be critical of team members, coaches, officials, administrators, volunteers or spectators.

CODE OF CONDUCT - PARENTS Winning with humility, losing with dignity Nelson Cricket welcomes and encourages parental support at all sporting occasions - Remember that your child participates in sport for their enjoyment, not yours - Encourage your child to participate, do not force them - Focus on the players efforts and performance rather than winning or losing - Encourage players always to play according to the rules and to settle disagreements without resorting to hostility or violence - Never ridicule or yell at a player for making a mistake or losing a competition - Remember that players learn best by example. Appreciate good performances and skillful plays by all participants - Remember the game is for youth not adults

- Support all efforts to remove verbal and physical abuse from sporting activities - Respect officials decisions and teach players to do likewise - Show appreciation for volunteer coaches, officials and administrators. Without them your child could not participate - Respect the rights, dignity and worth of every young person regardless of their gender, ability, cultural background or religion CHILD WELFARE POLICY STATEMENT A Game For All Creating a safe and fun environment for cricket - Safeguarding in cricket is based upon the concept of providing an enjoyable cricket environment tailored to the needs and requirements of Children and Vulnerable Adults. - Adults interacting with Children and Vulnerable Adults in sport are in a position of trust and influence. They should

ensure that everyone is treated with integrity and respect and that the self-esteem of the person is enhanced. Everyone involved in delivering cricket, especially to Children and Vulnerable Adults, has a role to play in creating the best possible environment for them. - A policy decision has been taken at New Zealand Cricket to work to the highest standard of guidance and, as such, NZC has adopted this Welfare of Children and Vulnerable Adults Policy. - The Policy sets out NZCs commitment to providing a safe, positive and fun environment for children who play cricket. The Policy outlines NZCs principles on the protection of children and vulnerable adults. Ben Eder is the Child Welfare Officer for Nelson Cricket. It is very important that any concerns regarding a child's health and/or welfare are reported to Ben to immediately.

WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW Health and Safety - All players and officials must follow Health and Safety guidelines around playing cricket. This includes wearing all appropriate safety gear whenever applicable. - Having awareness and respect for members of the public at all times. Draws Draws will be available for viewing on the following platforms: - Website: www.nelsoncricket.org.nz - Facebook: Nelson Cricket - CricHq Cancellations Cancellations will be available in the following formats

- Website - Facebook - Radio Newstalk ZB CriqHq - All scoring can be done using the CriqHq App. This can be filled out offline and then uploaded at a later time Coaching - Every Coach must be registered with New Zealand Cricket and qualified to the appropriate level. This is very easy and only takes 30mins to follow a helpful presentation online. - All Coaches will be police vetted to ensure absolute safety of all of our young people playing cricket AGE AND STAGE FORMATS Grades Nelson Junior Cricket will consist of teams from the following grades:

Superstar Academy: 5-10 year olds This is an introductory programme aimed at learning the skills of cricket and having fun Superstar Incrediball: 5-12 year olds A modified format of cricket that serves as an introduction into a structured game. Batting is done in pairs and uses an Incrediball. Primary Cricket: 9-11 year olds Structured Cricket format where batting is still in pairs, however a hard-ball can be introduced and therefore all protective equipment as well. Intermediate Cricket: 11-13 year olds Structured Cricket format with general laws of the game. Significant difference that each batter gets to face 6 free balls at no risk of being dismissed. COACHING Qualification: - It is vital this year that all coaches are qualified to ensure

they are suitable for coaching their particular age group. - All coaches are required to go through a police vetting process and also complete an online child awareness program. - Please see Ryan for all details surrounding the coaching. We would like to finish by saying a very special - Thank You to all of our Volunteers! We wish everyone the best of luck with the upcoming season!

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