Code of conduct
Play Sask participants and spectators are expected to behave with civility and appropriate conduct. When you agree to join Play Sask, you indicate, by your registration, that you agree to abide by the Code of Conduct. No refunds will be given for loss of membership privileges due to breach of the Code of Conduct. All members are encouraged to exercise good judgment in caring for the safety of others as well as themselves. In the event you witness or experience threatening or inappropriate behaviour by another individual, please report the situation immediately to Play Sask staff or management. Standards of conduct include, but are not limited to, the examples outlined below.
The following types of conduct are specifically prohibited and may result in loss of membership:
  • Aggressive behaviour: You may not promote or engage in physical abuse, verbal abuse, threats, intimidation, harassment, coercion and/or other conduct, which threatens or endangers the health or safety of any person. You may not use “fighting words” to harass any employee or participant. If you engage in behaviour that is considered aggressive, then your actions may result in a suspension (of varying length) or permanent expulsion. All leagues are non-contact thus disregarding this rule is considered aggressive behavior.
  • Control: Play Sask Event Coordinators and management are responsible for managing and maintaining the safety of our members and facilities. You agree to comply with the directions of Play Sask staff acting in the performance of their duties. Failure to comply with staff requests, directions, or instructions will result in loss of privileges.
  • Disorderly conduct: You may not engage in disorderly or lewd conduct including disorder associated with alcohol or controlled substances.
In registering as a member of Play Sask and within the context of the activities of Play Sask an individual agrees to take part in a spirit of fair play, honesty and with the rules and regulations of Play Sask. As such the member is expected to:
  • Have read the rules and agree to compete/participate within the rules of the league and Play Sask.
  • Play within the spirit of the leagues, which is to have fun and be social in a sports setting.
  • Compete/participate in a spirit of fair play and honesty.
  • Control your temper. Verbal and/or physical abuse of officials and other players, deliberately distracting or provoking an opponent are not acceptable or permitted behaviours in any sport.
  • Refrain from using profane, insulting, harassing or otherwise offensive language in the context of the activities. Respect an individual’s dignity; verbal or physical behaviors that constitute harassment or abuse are unacceptable.
  • Agree to cooperate with the event coordinator, teammates, and opponents as well as address fellow athletes, coaches, officials, volunteers, event organizers, spectators, and others associated with Play Sask in a courteous and respectful manner.
  • Participate for your own enjoyment and benefit.
  • Treat all participants in your sport as you like to be treated.
  • Respect the rights, dignity and worth of all participants. This includes but is not limited to their gender, ability, cultural background, or religion.
  • Put the good of the game and your fellow participants safety and enjoyment above the desire to win at all costs.
  • Shake hands with the opposing team at the end of the match.
  • Act in a manner that will bring credit to Play Sask and yourself, both within and outside the competition arena and/or competition area.
Play Sask’s Spirit Points may be used as an indicator of how well a team adheres to the code of conduct; if your score is too low and does not improve, your team may be penalized.
Anyone that fails to adhere to the code of conduct is subject to penalties that include but are not limited to suspension of any length, complete expulsion for an indefinite amount of time, exclusion from other Play Sask leagues and/or events.
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