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Varsity Code of Conduct

PLAYERS’ CODE OF CONDUCT

All participants of Varsity 2017 should conduct themselves in a competitive yet professional manner in order to uphold the reputation of Christ Church Students’ Union (CCSU) and Kent Union as well as their respective parent institutions. Any players found to be in breach of any part of the Varsity Code of Conduct, will be liable to disciplinary action by CCSU and Kent Union in line with the Bye-laws of the organisations.

CCSU and Kent Union have zero tolerance towards:

  • Abusing, threatening or intimidating any player, spectator, match official, coach or any other participant, whether before, during or after the event.
  • Failure to comply with a direction given by an event official
  • Showing unnecessary or obvious dissension, displeasure or disapproval towards any person at the event.
  • Using crude or abusive language or gestures towards any person present at the event.
  • Conducting themselves in any manner, or engage in any activity, whether before, during or after an event that would impair the reputation of their Club, their Students’ Union, their University or university sport in general.
  • Drug consumption

Alcohol consumption is not permitted at any Varsity event unless otherwise stated. The following fixtures will have a bar and therefore purchased alcohol will be allowed to be consumed by spectators, however alcohol is not to be brought into the venues under any circumstances. If alcohol gets brought on site, it will be removed at entrance.

  • Rugby –Canterbury Rugby Club
  • Pavilion – University of Kent
  • Kent Indoor Cricket

If any of these points are breached, not only does the individual or individuals become liable to disciplinary by the Students’ Unions, but they may also face immediate removal from the venue as well as a ban on attendance to remaining Varsity fixtures.

Please enjoy the event!

 

SPECTATORS’ CODE OF CONDUCT

All spectators of Varsity 2017 should conduct themselves in a competitive yet professional manner in order to uphold the reputation of Christ Church Students’ Union (CCSU) and Kent Union as well as their respective parent institutions. Any student spectators found to be in breach of any part of the Varsity Code of Conduct will be liable to disciplinary action by CCSU and Kent Union and potentially by their University in line with the Universities Codes of Conduct. Non-student spectators found to be in breach of any part of the Varsity Code of Conduct will be dealt with according to the law.

CCSU and Kent Union have zero tolerance towards:

  • Abusive, threatening or intimidating verbal or physical behaviour towards any player, spectator, match official, coach or any other participant, whether before, during or after the event.
  • Failure to comply with a direction given by an event official
  • Showing unnecessary or obvious dissension, displeasure or disapproval towards any person at the event.
  • Using crude or abusive language or gestures towards any person present at the event.
  • Conducting themselves in any manner, or engage in any activity, whether before, during or after an event that would impair the reputation of the clubs being spectated on, their Student Union, their University or university sport in general.
  • Acting in an unlawful manner.

Alcohol consumption is not permitted at any Varsity event unless otherwise stated. The following fixtures will have a bar and therefore purchased alcohol will be allowed to be consumed by spectators, however alcohol is not to be brought into the venues under any circumstances. If alcohol gets brought on site, it will be removed at entrance.

  • Rugby –Canterbury Rugby Club
  • Pavilion – University of Kent
  • Kent Indoor Cricket

If any of these points are breached, not only does the individual or individuals become liable to disciplinary by the Students’ Unions, but they may also face immediate removal from the venue as well as a ban on attendance to remaining Varsity fixtures.

All spectators should be aware that the Varsity Event is a public display of both institutions very much in the eye of the community and therefore must at all times be considerate and respectful of all members of the local community at both internal and external venues.

Please enjoy the event!

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