Motu Kairangi firmly believes that players of this age are developing their skills and attitudes towards the game and therefore expects all adults involved to provide positive and appropriate coaching and management of individuals and teams. In the Motu Kairangi Netball Handbook and Rules there are Codes of Conduct for coaches, players, umpires, parents and spectators. These codes give a minimum expectation of behaviour of these five groups of people. Motu Kairangi expects the highest standards of behaviour to be used at all times.
Team Management and schools are asked to make the contents of the Players’ and Spectators’, Coach and Umpires Codes of Behaviour widely known.
Disputes & Disciplinary Action
Should a dispute arise or an untoward incident occur relating to a game or team, the Duty Umpire, a member of the Court Control team or a MK Management Committee member should be informed, preferably while the incident is occurring so that, whenever possible, matters can be resolved at the time.
If, after discussion with the committee member, the matter is unresolved, the dispute decision tree must be worked through and if necessary, the complaint made in writing via the School Delegate and received by MK Netball Committee by the following Wednesday (4 days after the game). The letter should be emailed to: email@example.com
Only complaints that are received in writing and forwarded to the MK Netball Committee via the School Delegate will be accepted. The MK Netball Committee will consider the complaint in a timely manner. Copies of the complaint form are located in the Control Room and Delegates have a copy of this form.