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KCC :         Code of Conduct for Players

In addition playing according to its "Laws", cricket should also be played according to its "Spirit" in a true sportsmanlike manner. Click the logo to see the expectations of MCC which have been added to the Laws as a pre-amble.

Click here to see the MCC video on the "Spirit of Cricket"

KCC is fully committed to safeguarding and promoting the wellbeing of all members.

They, along with coaches, administrators, parents, carers or guardians must show respect and understanding for the safety and welfare of others at all times.  

All playing members must:  
  • Play within the rules and respect officials and their decisions


  • Respect the rights, dignity and worth of all participants regardless of gender, ability, cultural background or religion


  • Keep to agreed timings for training and competitions or inform their coach or team manager if they are going to be late


  • Wear suitable kit for training sessions and matches, as directed and agreed with the coach/team manager


  • Not use foul or abusive language during training, matches or during any time when representing KCC


  • Respect the decisions of umpires and, if called out, leave the field with dignity


  • Pay fees for training and matches promptly


  • Not use "social networking" (for example, Facebook, Twitter) to adversely comment on team members, coaches/managers, match officials, opposition team members or spectators


  • Not take inappropriate photographs or use cameras or mobile phone cameras under any circumstances within the confines of the changing rooms


  • Not smoke or drink underage on club premises or whilst representing the club at competitions and not take drugs.

    March 2018
    Next review due March 2019