Presentation on theme: "Member Information What you need to know about rugby at Bugs Wynnum and District Rugby Union PO Box 498, Wynnum QLD 4178 Elanora Park, Granada St, Wynnum."— Presentation transcript:
Member Information What you need to know about rugby at Bugs Wynnum and District Rugby Union PO Box 498, Wynnum QLD 4178 Elanora Park, Granada St, Wynnum QLD
Agenda 1.Code of Conduct 2.Team Manager 3.Field Marshall 4.Coach 5.Assistant Referee 6.Field Set Up and Field Break Down
Code of Conduct Please familiarise yourself with it as every registered player and spectating parent is bound by its provisions. Resolving Conflicts There are separate sections of the Code of Conduct for: Administrators, Managers, Coaches, Players, Referees, Parents and Spectators Stay positive
Team Management Responsibilities Team Management Positions Each Team is required to fill the following positions in a team: Coach – Accredited Assistant Coach (preferred and accredited if possible) Manager Touch Judge – Accredited for U8 up Referee – Teams U9 and below need to supply a qualified referee for home games Sports Trainer or First Aider (minimum qualification Senior 1st Aid Certificate) Field Marshall
Team Manager Friday evening - download weekly team sheets from the BJRU website Match results must be submitted via the BJRU website no later than 5:30pm on that match day Pick a player of the week and nominate on the BJRU website and send an to the Saturday VP or Sunday VP with name Record both yellow and red cards
Manager’s Role Organise training and other team activities Order, receive and issue team kits Liaise with the Wynnum Bugs committee Develop relationships between families and coaches Delegate of tasks - including field clean up post game and training sessions. Ensure you have a coach, assistant coach and manager for each game Facilitate jersey washing rosters, ground set up rosters, ground dismantling rosters, club cleanup and lockup rosters Maintain player registrations with full details, submit amendments to registrar Set up team contact network Check Fridays after 2.30 for any changes or alterations to draw.
To download weekly team sheets Go to Click on competition and select ADMIN Log in using username and password (i.e. username: under6blue password: Wynnum) Click on results tab on the top menu bar Click on Print team sheet Click on the drop down arrows for competition, age group, club, and team Click on search Click on the date of the team sheet you wish to print Using your internet toolbar select file and print
Completion of team sheets Please ensure you have obtained the opposition Managers signature and the Referee’s signature When totaling the score please remember that a try is worth 5 points, conversion is 2 points and penalties are worth 3 points. UNDER 12 and over, please ensure every player has signed the team sheet if they don’t sign it they are noted as not playing and this can become very important near finals time. Match results are the responsibility of the manager. This must be submitted via the BJRU website no later the 5:30pm on their match day. Instruction on how to enter these results can be found on page D6 of the Team Managers Handbook. Team sheets must be delivered no later the Monday 5pm address to be advised (the club house will have a letter box set up shortly) If a team has not entered this into the database fines or competition points are taken from them. Should any team be fined this is not a Wynnum Club responsibility and any fines must be paid by the team.
Completion of team sheets Go to Click on Competition and select ADMIN Log in using user name and password – User name is your team eg under6blue – password for all teams is Wynnum Click on Results tab on the top menu bar Click on Results Entry - Team Sheet Click on the drop down arrows for (U6-U16 Competition Main 2013), Age Group, Club and Team to select the data relating to your team Click the Search button Click on the date of the team sheet you wish to enter. The relevant team sheet will be generated. Enter Relevant information – eg – Player Number – Tries Scored/Conversions by corresponding player, Opposition scores, manager, referee details. When all relevant details have been entered press Submit. (Ensure all details are correct prior to pressing submit as details cannot be altered once submitted.)
Field Marshall The BJRU requires each team to elect a member to be a Field Marshall. No Marshall No Game. The position requires someone who is prepared to exercise authority and control in a reasonable way before, during and after a rugby game. No formal qualification is required to undertake the duties and responsibilities of Field Marshall. However, persons taking on this position must have a clear understanding of these duties and responsibilities, and a commitment to ensure they are implemented.
Duties of the Field Marshall The Field Marshall is to ensure that: All Parents/spectators remain outside the roped/fenced area at all times including half time. Security is maintained for the playing enclosure free from unauthorised invasion, (authorised personnel are linesmen and trainers if wearing appropriate apparel). Ensuring that Emergency access to field is available. Touch judges and trainers are carrying out their duties correctly and are not unduly attempting to influence the game.
Field Marshall Only Trainers wearing a Trainer’s vest may access the field. All water bottle carriers, chairs, prams etc are kept outside the roped/fenced area as they can cause harm should a player be tackled out. ALL players, coaches, officials, parents/guardians, spectators and any other member or visitors complies with the code of conduct. Teams do not warm-up in the “in-goal” area during other games
Field Marshall Team Managers co-locate (BJRU requirement) The Managers of each team is wearing the Team Official vest The Touch Judge is wearing the Touch Judge vest Unsportsmanlike conduct (e.g. abuse of Referee or players) is raised with the relevant Team Official and if the practice continues, then reported immediately to the appointed (‘home’) Club Official. All breaches and incidents in which has exercised a duty or responsibility is to be reported to the Junior VP or his nominee immediately after the game when the breach or incident occurred.
Field Marshall A Field Marshall is responsible for an entire field. There will be one Field Marshall per field. The Field Marshall will identify him/herself by wearing an orange vest.
Coach All coaches must have a SmartRugby qualification before they can coach any team in the Brisbane competition. COACHING ACCREDITATION REQUIREMENTS U6 – U7U8 – U9U10 – U11U12U13 – U18 Smart Rugby Coaching Kids Foundation Level 1
Coach - Qualifications SmartRugby qualification lasts two (2) years. To re-qualify you can attend any SmartRugby, Coaching Kids Rugby U8- U12, Refereeing Kids Rugby U8-U12, or Foundation course. You may also be eligible to re-qualify your SmartRugby online if your SmartRugby expired in the last 12 months and you last gained your SmartRugby by attending one of the courses above. If you last re-qualified for SmartRugby online, after two (2) years you will need to attend one of the courses listed above.
Coach - Qualifications COACHING KIDS RUGBY CERTIFICATION This certification is ongoing and does not require renewal FOUNDATION CERTIFICATION This certification is ongoing and does not require renewal LEVEL 1 COACH ACCREDITATION Have current SmartRugby qualification, and Pass a Law and Safety Update Exam (90%), and Demonstrate active coaching in at least 2 of the previous 4 years (letter to this effect required from relevant club/school/union), or if this cannot be demonstrated then successfully complete a Level 1 Coach competency assessment
Coach - Qualifications LEVEL 2 COACH ACCREDITATION Have current SmartRugby qualification, and Pass a Law and Safety Update Exam (90%), and Demonstrate active coaching in at least 3 of the previous 4 years (letter to this effect required from relevant club/school/union), or if this cannot be demonstrated then successfully complete a Level 2 Coach competency assessment. LEVEL 3 COACH ACCREDITATION By arrangement of the ARU only
Assistant Referee All Teams must supply and Assistant Referee (Touch Judge) for every game. Assistant Ref Accreditation U6 – U7U8 – U9U10 – U11U12U13 – U18 At Least 3 years older than age group Smart Rugby Level 1 Touch Judge Course
Field Set Up Source goal post pads from Shed Source ropes and wheelie bin of rope poles from shed. Place rope poles in ground spaced 5 metres from side line and approximately 5 metres apart. Thread rope through poles and tie off to light post at both ends. Source Orange and White cones from shed. Place cones in accordance with instruction On Field set up Book. Ensure playing pitch is free of rubbish and surrounds are free of cone spikes, chairs, prams, drink bottle holders and anything else that could cause injury should a player be tackled out.
Field Break Down (last game) Return cones on spikes to Shed. Return goal post pads to Shed. Carefully wind in ropes and return to shed along with wheelie bin of rope poles. Ensure all rubbish is placed in bins.
Field Break Down (For next game played) Return cones to spike. Deliver cones to next team playing on your field, or return to Shed if not required. Ensure all rubbish is placed in bins. PLEASE REMEMBER TO RETURN FIELD MARSHALL VESTS TO THE CLUBHOUSE ON COMPLETION OF THE LAST GAME.