Policies & Rules

Policies & Rules

1. Club policies

The club committee, comprised of elected and volunteer members, sets the club policies and fixes its rules. For the smooth running of activities, the Committee asks each member to accept the rules at the same time as the registration.

Coaches train, leaders lead, and parents entrust their children to them by keeping their role as parents, by instilling in their children the discipline and the knowledge of living in a community.

It is essential for the success of the Club and each team that everyone remains in their respective roles.

The Club can only function properly with team managers and involved parents: to teach team spirit to children, the parents themselves must set an example by getting involved in the life of the team and of the club.

Without volunteering parents, it is not possible to organise games, tournaments, and events that will make them get better: food stand, scoreboard, help in the locker room if needed, etc…

2. Team Managers

For those wishing to become a Team Manager, an application letter should be submitted. It can be submitted by email to committee@corkwolfpack.com. Team Managers are appointed by the Committee and undertake the following tasks:

3. Players rules. He/she commits and agrees:

4. Global rules

The Club declines any responsibility in case of deterioration, theft or loss of personal effects and gear on the premises and on the move.

5. Parents memo

The role of the parents is paramount: they help their children to develop a good self-esteem, to accept their place in the team and helps them to accept discipline, respect, work ethic, and honesty.

It is very important that, as early as the U6 age group, parents make sure that the atmosphere is calm, and that team spirit resides with everyone. Being competitive does not mean winning whatever the cost, it’s about winning in giving your very best. It’s not about wanting to have the spotlight on yourself in your team, it’s about wanting to make your team win.

As a parent :