Provide high quality lacrosse for the youth of Cranston, first time players welcomed at all ages, education for new parents and coaches to better understand your child's love for lacrosse. We play in the RIYLL, (Rhode Island Youth Lacrosse League), Rhode.

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THESE ARE KIDS.

LET THEM BE KIDS.

LET THE COACHES COACH.

LET THE REFEREES REF.

LET THE PARENTS PARENT.

 

EVERYONE STICK TO THEIR JOB, AND WE WILL ALL GET ALONG.

 

 

 

 

Player Code of Conduct

As a youth lacrosse player in Rhode Island, you are to understand that a high level of sportsmanship is expected from you. You are expected to treat your coaches, fellow teammates, officials, opposing team players and coaches with respect and dignity.

You are expected to come to your practices and games on time ready to play and improve your individual stick skills and team play skills. Players missing repeated practices or games may have their time limited in future games for both safety and teamwork.

Understand that unsportsmanlike misconduct such as taunting, the use of foul & abusive language, fighting, or flagrant unnecessary roughness is grounds for ejection from a game, this includes excessive celebration.

Repeated offenses will result in suspension from play in your next scheduled game, and two offenses will result in your expulsion from the Rhode Island Youth Lacrosse League play for the rest of the year and all fees will be forfeited. Consider it an honor to play the great game of lacrosse.

Grades: Your coach may be asking your parents about your grades. Your grades must be maintained to an acceptable level in order to play. Acceptable by your parents and your teachers, not yourself and your team.
 
Fighting: Will result in a review of the conduct by the Cranston Lacrosse Club Executive Board  Your conduct may result in expulsion from any future lacrosse activity within both
Cranston Lacrosse Club and RIYLL.



Coach’s Code of Conduct

As a youth lacrosse coach in Rhode Island, you are to understand that a high level of sportsmanship is expected from you.

You are expected to treat your fellow coaches, players, officials, opposing team players, and their coaches with respect and dignity.

You are expected to come to your practices and games on time ready to coach, ready to improve your players’ individual stick skills and teamwork skills, and ready to make your time with your team an enjoyable one for all. You are expected to give your players positive reinforcement and a fair amount of playing time.

You are expected to have a thorough understanding of the rules as they pertain to the youth game.

Understand that unsportsmanlike misconduct such as taunting, the use of foul & abusive language, or fighting is grounds for ejection from a game, and you will be asked to remove yourself from the area. Ejection results in an automatic one game suspension from RIYLL.

Two offenses will result in your expulsion from the Rhode Island Youth Lacrosse League for the rest of the year.


 

Parent Code of Conduct

As a youth lacrosse parent in Rhode Island, you are to understand that a high level of sportsmanship is expected from you also.

You are expected to treat the coaches, your child’s teammates, officials, opposing team players and their coaches with respect and dignity.

During practices and games, you will be asked to watch the action away from the players’ benches and on the other side of the field if at all possible. If you are a vocal parent, cheer good plays made by either team. DO NOT praise a penalty, or encourage players to break rules within the game.

Understand that unsportsmanlike misconduct such as taunting, the use of foul & abusive language, or fighting is grounds for ejection from a game, and you will be asked to remove yourself from the area. Repeated offenses will result in suspension from the field of play in your next scheduled game, and may it may be determined that you will disallowed from the sidelines for the rest of the season.