Club Policies

Concussion:

Club Procedure Document

The Sport Concussion Assessment Tool Document

Good Sports:

Alcohol and performance
As a Good Sports club we are committed to managing alcohol responsibly. Alcohol can significantly affect sporting performance and recovery.
Slower reflexes and reduced coordination: Drinking even a small amount of alcohol before or during a game can affect reaction time, reflexes, balance, hand-eye coordination and motor skills.
Hangovers: Symptoms of a hangover include headache, fatigue, shakiness, nausea and vomiting. Not ingredients for a tip-top sporting performance!
Reduced performance and stamina: Our bodies work hard to increase energy when we’re playing sport. After drinking, your body needs to work to break down the alcohol. These two processes compete for resources, and when combined with dehydration, decrease performance and stamina.
Soft tissue injuries take longer to repair: Recovering from a soft tissue injury requires reducing blood flow to the area; however alcohol increases blood flow and as a result increases recovery time.

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Player Welfare:

Club Player Welfare Document

Medical Support:

Medical Support Document

Alcohol Policy:

Alcohol Policy Document

Vilification & Discrimination:

The policy is directly adopted from the AFL’s policy document. Click on the link below to read more!

Vilification & Discrimination Policy - AFL

Smoke Free Policy:

Smoke Free Policy Document

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