Manly Roos Club Charter
A successful team and club culture doesn’t just happen. It relies on coaches, parents, managers and players all agreeing to some principles on how their team and club should work. These are the principles which we have adopted at the Manly Roos, and everyone can rely on their clubmates to uphold them. They have been developed with many years of experience on what makes for fun and successful teams. Each year at our AGM, we will test and if necessary update these principles.
Please see the Manly Roos Club Charter 2016
Working With Children Check
Although not mandatory by law if you are coaching a team that your child is a member of, the Roos will require all coaches to undergo this check. Simply complete the online form and then present your reference number and ID for checking at a Roads and Maritime office. The check is free for volunteer organisations.
Please email your confirmation to the Club Secretary for filing.
inform parents of game times as far out as we have them
remind parents each week of game times / location: via team app
manage oranges / snakes roster (all games)
do roster for BBQ / Canteen / Ground Set Up / Breakdown (if at home)
manage the sign on sheets before game
do the scoring at game (or ask someone else to do it)
load up sheet / scores on monday
Appoint a ground marshal at away games
Manage Wet Weather Communication for away games
Contact for parents who’s kids can’t make training / games…
Coach (on game day)
Appoint the touch judge
Appoint the trainers / someone to run subs
Send SJRU emails to Team Managers / Forward Rounds
Ensure Coaches & Managers have WWC
Key contact between the U10s and the Club / Competition
Communicate changes in RED vs BLUES teams
Organise players to play two games if needed
Forward you club emails
Be Ground Marshall at Home Games & Blues Games (away)
Manage Wet Weather communication for training / home games
Organise team involvement in any roos social things like the Annual Ball
- Fields MUST be roped off to prevent spectators entering the field of play.
- There should be a marked/designated area for the reserves of both sides to sit.
- EVERY team MUST have a Ground Marshall in a high vis vest!!!
- Coaches and Trainers (who wear a high vis vest also) DO NOT ROAM THE SIDELINE. They must stay with the reserves and NOT COACH FROM THE SIDELINE!! I will not hesitate to cite any Coach or Trainer who does not obey the rules!!
- Trainers can only go on the field when the ball is dead unless attending an injury!
- The new A Frames as well as the older ones should be prominently displayed.
- Online NSW Rugby Session Plans
- Visit http://www.nswrugby.com.au/Community/Coaching/CommunityRugbyWeeklySessionPlans.aspx to download your plans today. Coaches looking to better their knowledge sooner rather than later can:
- Register for a Coaching Kids Rugby, Foundation (level 1) or Developing Coach Course (Level 2) CLICK HERE
- Sign up to the RUGBY SITE, it has the largest catalogue of coaching videos that are updated weekly. It is the best coaching resource out there! CLICK HERE
- Please don’t hesitate to contact Matthew Evrard | Member #952106 NSW Rugby Union, Coach Education Manager for more information on coaching at any time.
- Foundation Coaching Courses (Coaches and Referees)
- These are run over a day and is the first step towards a Level 1 in either coaching or refereeing. Sydney North have the following courses running, however there are more across Sydney and can be found at www.rugby.com.au/nswcourses
- Saturday 2nd April – Narrabeen Sports HS, Narrabeen
- Sunday 15th May – Barker College, Hornsby
- Coaching Kids Rugby (CKR)
- CKR is run over one evening for 3 hours and costs $30 per participant. Currently we have the following across the region:
- Sunday 20th March – St Ives Showground, St Ives – KO 1pm
- Thursday 10th March – Lofberg Oval, West Pymble – KO 6.30pm
- Thursday 31st March – Forest Rugby, Forestville – KO 6.30pm
- Refereeing Kids Rugby (RKR)
- RKR is run over one evening for 3 hours and costs $30 per participant. Currently we have the following across the region:
- Sunday 20th March – St Ives Showground, St Ives – KO 10am
- Development Coaching Course (Level 2 Coach)
- This is run over 3 days. See attached for upcoming course in April.
- SmartRugby is now ONLINE. Remember to get your coaches to log into their own learning portal (guide below) to be able to complete this
Learning Portal. If you are logging into this portal for the first time, please RE-SET your PASSWORD first.
- Please visit https://rugby.force.com/rugbyportal/apex/RL_Home
- Please assure you use the reset password section to log in for the first time on this new portal
- If it cannot remember your My Rugby ID or your email, you can still search using your last name and Date of Birth
- Once you have been sent your new e-mail, log into the portal and click on the Learning Centre Green button.
- This will allow you to simply look online at your accreditation statuses
- If you then want to complete a course you can view sessions by clicking the BROWSE LEARNING button up the top