HUCC Code of Conduct
The history and reputation of Hampton United Cricket Club (HUCC) is pivotal to its ongoing success and association within the Cricket and Local Community.
This Code of Conduct outlines the required conduct of not only our players, but their families, partners and supporters, who are all expected to abide by this code.
Code & Behaviour
- Always play within the spirit of the game of Cricket.
- Respect the opposition and officials at all times.
- Respect and support your fellow club members.
- Applaud good performance and encourage good sportsmanship from club and opposition players.
- Respect fellow and opposition players regardless of their gender, age, cultural background or ability.
- Do not use foul language or racial vilification towards any player, spectator, official or visitor.
- Encourage and protect juniors playing in senior teams for and against HUCC.
- Support the club in its endeavours to be a ‘Good Sports Club’ addressing drug and alcohol issues.
- Abide by the rules of the association (SECA).
HUCC Risk Management Plan
To remind players & club that Risk Management and the safety of players & spectators is the responsibility at all players and the club
2. Risk Management
Designated Risk Management Officer is Brett Johnston ( Level 3 Safety / first aid)
3. Ground & Facility Report
Cricket Australia “Game Day Checksheet” to be completed each day of play.
4. First Aid Kits
Provided by the club – Main First Aid Kit to be kept at clubrooms
– Mobile kits to be carried by team playing
Sunscreen provided by the club – Available at the clubrooms
Ice packs – Available at the clubrooms
Emergency Numbers – Available at the clubrooms
5. Players Equipment
Club to supply team equipment packs in good condition
(Players to provide their own helmets)
6. Heat Policy
All teams (Junior & Senior) to comply with the SECA heat policies
7. Juniors in senior matches
SECA guidelines and polices to be followed.
Public Liability Insurance current
9. Working With Children Check
Club to maintain up to data register of players & officials with WWCC.
We are a Good Sports Level Three club
Our club is committed to strengthening the community with our members and their families. As a Good Sports Level Three club, we are proud of our efforts in promoting health and well-being while reducing risky alcohol drinking and ensuring smoke-free areas.
As a Good Sports Level Three club, our club is a healthy, safe and family-friendly environment. As a Level 3 Good Sports club we abide by a liquor license, manage the sale and use of alcohol responsibly, have both an alcohol management policy and safe transport policy endorsed by our club committee that is communicated to members, and our bar servers have completed responsible service of alcohol training. We do not rely solely on alcohol for club income by seeking other income opportunities.
Together with 7,000 Good Sports clubs across Australia, we are helping inspire a healthier sporting nation.
Speak to our club committee about what being a Good Sports club is all about or visit