The team organiser is responsible for reading and agreeing to the terms and conditions, which are applicable to all players and spectators who represent their team.
The team organiser warrants that the team (named on this form) is physically fit and able to engage in exercise and fitness programs. This applies to any additional players or fill in players throughout the season. The team organiser is responsible for the team to participate in all matches programmed for the duration of the season, including finals matches, and will honour all warnings and suspensions that may be imposed on this team by the Management of the City of Joondalup Leisure Centres.
The team organiser will receive electronic updates on Leisure Centres programs and events and that the team organiser can unsubscribe from these updates, if they wish.
- The team organiser is responsible for ensuring their team members and spectators understand and abide by the team sports bylaws and sport specific rules. These are available for viewing at joondalup-leisure.com.au or copies can be obtained from the Sports Supervisor.
- The teams must abide by the Leisure Centres Conditions of Entry, located at the entrance and throughout the facility.
- The City of Joondalup Leisure Centres provides Public Liability insurance. Personal insurance is the responsibility of the individual. All team members play at their own risk.
- To participate in the senior competitions, players must be 16 years or older. Sports participation for persons between 14 and 15 requires permission from a parent or guardian. Permission forms can be obtained from the Sports Supervisor.
- Security cameras operate within the facility, patrons may be filmed.
- This is an application to join one of the social competitions at the City of Joondalup Centres – Craigie and no guarantee is given that this application will be successful. Where teams cannot be included, they will be notified, and any payment(s) made will be refunded.
- The Advance Game Fee (AGF) is a two-game advanced payment that covers the cost of the last two games for the season. This payment is non-refundable should the team withdraw from the season.
- The AGF payment is required upon nomination – team nominations cannot be accepted until payment has been received.
Game Fees and Charges
- The game fees are set in accordance with the City’s annual Schedule of Fees and Charges.
- Payment of game fees is the responsibility of the team organiser.
- Payment for games is required prior to taking the court.
- All outstanding balances must be paid two weeks after the final week of the season. Teams cannot participate in a new season until outstanding balances from previous seasons have been paid.
Forfeits and Withdrawals
- All forfeits will incur a forfeit fee. If less than 48 hours’ notice is provided (business days only) the team will incur a fee of two game fees (the team’s game fee plus the oppositions). If more than 48 hours’ notice is provided the team will incur a fee of one game fee.
- Forfeit fees require payment within 14 days of the forfeit. Game points will not be allocated to any teams with forfeit fees outstanding.
- A team may withdraw from the competition by the team organiser provided written notification of the withdraw to the Sports Supervisor with 14 days’ notice of the withdrawal.
Player’s Code of Conduct
- The team organiser is responsible for ensuring their team members and spectators understand and abide by code of conduct, the Conditions of Entry, team sports bylaws and sport specific rules.
- Players arguing with an umpire will not be tolerated. If a player disagrees, the team organiser can raise concerns with the Sports Supervisor on behalf of their team during a break or after the game.
- Verbal abuse toward umpires and other players, or deliberately distracting or provoking an opponent are not acceptable or permitted behaviours.
- Swearing, whether it is direct or in-direct, will not be tolerated.
- It is expected that all players treat all participants with respect. Bullying or taking unfair advantage of another player will not be tolerated.
- Any breach of the player’s code of conduct or the Leisure Centres Conditions of Entry may result in disciplinary action imposed by the City of Joondalup Leisure Centres Management. Management reserves the right to issue warning letters and suspend players, teams and / or spectators from the competition.