Club Handbook ~ Season 2017 - 18

 

 

ANNUAL SUBSCRIPTIONS 2017~2018

Patrons  ……………………………………………………………………..........................................£100

Players over the age of 18 on 01/09/2017  ………………………………………………………………£50

Players over the age of 18 on 01/09/2017 who are in further education  …………….....................£15
No Match Fees

Family membership (includes players under the age of 18 on 01/09/2017,
their parents/carers and other family members under the age of 18)  ……………….……..............£100

Social / Lady members  ……………………………………………………………………………………£50

Life membership  …………………………………………………………………………………………...£1000

Please make your subscription cheque payable to Ilkley Rugby Club and send it to:

David Adam


David Adam, Membership Secretary, 34 Gill Bank Road, Middleton, Ilkley LS29 0AU.


Application forms are available to download from the Club website on the MEMBERSHIP page.

 

PLAYERS, PLAYING, COACHING AND REFEREES

PLAYERS
All players will pay an annual subscription to entitle them to train & play.
Unlike other Clubs, there is no match fee charged.
No player will receive any remuneration for playing for Ilkley Rugby Club.
Ilkley Rugby Club is committed to fielding at least three senior male teams each week.
A 4th veterans' team will be fielded whenever possible.
The selection policy is displayed on the notice board in the changing room corridor. Please read it.

AVAILABILITY
Inform the Head Coach and Rugby Chairman of your availability each week.
Late backwords are unacceptable.
Players should ensure their availability is made known at least a week in advance of the next match.
Players should immediately report any injury which may prevent them playing and keep those people informed about progress or otherwise.
Rugby is a team game. It cannot function if we all do not work as a team on and off the field.

ALL PLAYERS SHOULD:
Recognise and appreciate the efforts made by coaches, match officials and administration in providing the opportunity to play the game and enjoy the rugby environment.
Understand the values of loyalty and commitment to team mates.
Remember that skill development, fun and enjoyment are the most important parts of the game.
Be a sportsman — win with dignity, lose with grace.
Play to the IRB Laws of the Game and accept, without question, all referees' decisions.
Verbal or physical abuse of team mates, opponents, coaches, match officials or spectators is not acceptable.