The Emerald Ridge Lacrosse Club expects that all players, coaches and parents will demonstrate the following values both on and off of the field:
Parent / Guardian Code of Conduct
Parents should support the efforts of the volunteer coaches and of ERLC
Parents should set the right example for your child by always showing good sportsmanship.
Parents will not argue with a coach, referee or official at any event.
Parents use of profanity, drugs, alcohol or tobacco during any ERLC event is prohibited.
Any parent who crosses the field barriers during a game risks their child being disqualified from ERLC. Parents and spectators are to be situated on the opposite side of the field from the players box (where applicable).
Parents who incur an un-sportsmanlike behavior penalty risk their child being disqualified from further participation.
Parents should never voice any complaints or concerns towards coaches, referees or league officials in front of the children.
Understand that your child will be given every opportunity to participate; however, the safety of our athletes is our #1 concern.
Parents should praise your child’s efforts and always offer your support. Please allow your child to play as a child and have fun.
Parents who do not comply with the rules run the risk of expulsion.
Emerald Ridge Lacrosse CLub Player Code of Conduct
Players will try their very best to support their team.
Players will be team players and always put the team first.
Players will stay within the team areas of the sidelines during games.
Players will accept their coaching and be ready to learn and have fun.
Players will listen to the coaches and follow the rules of ERLC and of the sport.
Players will demonstrate good sportsmanship on and off of the field of play and will not be malicious or retaliate with their lacrosse stick.
Players will attend all practices, games, meetings and any other team function on time.
Players will show respect towards all coaches, players and referees / officials at all times.
Players will not fight, use foul language or argue with coaches, teammates, or referees / officials.
Players who do not comply with the rules run the risk of expulsion