2014 CBDJRL & SCC Competition Rules & By Laws

Competition Rules & By Laws for the 2014 Canterbury-Bankstown District Junior Rugby League (CBDJRL) and Sydney Combined Competition (SCC) will be posted into this article.

For Code of Conduct, SafePlay Code and rules for Mini, Mod & International CLICK HERE.

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2014 CANTERBURY-BANKSTOWN DJRL COMPETITION RULES (Download)

Canterbury-Bankstown District Junior Rugby League Season 2014 Competition and Administration Rules.

2014 CANTERBURY-BANKSTOWN DJRL BY-LAWS (Download)
These By Laws are made by the General Committee of the Junior League in accordance with the powers conferred on the General Committee as set out in the Constitution of the Junior League.

U7-U13 CBDJRL PLAYING IN HIGH AGE CONSENT FORM (Download)
For players playing in a higher age division in the Canterbury-Bankstown Junior Rugby League from under 7 to under 13 either for one game, a couple of games or the entire season. This form is to be completed and returned to your Club Secretary who in turns delivers it to the Junior League Secretary for approval PRIOR to the player playing in a higher division.

TRANSFER OF REPRESENTATIVE & DEVELOPMENT PLAYERS (Download)
Representative and Development squad players are required to submit an application for transfer prior to them commencing training at another club. Discipline action will result for any exceptions. Transfer Rules apply to the following ages: 13’s, 14’s, 15’s & 16’s.  16’s: Only those players who make Canterbury Bankstown Bulldogs Harold Matthews will be included in the quota of four (4).

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2014 SYDNEY COMBINED COMPETITION RULES (Download)
Updated: 6 May 2014. Sydney Combined Competition 2014 Playing Rules incorporating the Balmain, Canterbury, South Sydney, Sydney Roosters, St George and Western Suburbs District Junior Rugby Leagues. (These rules override Balmain DJRFC, Canterbury DJRFC, South Sydney DJRFC, Sydney Roosters DJRFC, St George JRFC and Western Suburbs DJRFC domestic rules for teams who are competing in the Sydney Combined Competition).

All competition matches, and Rugby League activities conducted by, or on behalf of the Sydney Combined Competition (SCC) are subject to the conditions as laid out in the official National Rugby League (NRL) “Code of Conduct”. Important – every person who attends a Rugby League match does so with the permission and license of the home club and / or League. Breaches of this Code of Conduct may result in penalties up to and including a fine, loss of team match points and/or suspension. Clubs are responsible for the conduct of their players, parents / careers, coaches, officials and spectators.

The Sydney Combined Competition Committee reserves the right to alter these 2014 Playing rules as and when required by majority vote of the Sydney Combined Competition Committee.

SCC JUDICIARY CODE OF PROCEDURE (Download)
The Judiciary Code of Procedure shall apply to and shall govern all procedure and proceedings involving a Player in respect of conduct constituting an offence and a Charge.

SCC APPEALS COMMITTEE CODE OF PROCEDURE (Download)
Appeal means an appeal by a Player against a decision of the Judiciary. A Player aggrieved by a decision of the Judiciary may appeal therefrom, by 5.00pm on the day after the hearing before the Judiciary, to the Appeals and Disputes Committee.

PAYING GROUND GATE SHEET (Download)
Where Sydney Combined Competition matches are scheduled for Belmore Sports Ground, Hurstville Oval, Coogee Oval, Mascot Oval, WIN Jubilee Stadium, Campbelltown Stadium, Leichhardt Oval, Edwin Wheeler Oval, Hillier Oval, Jardine Park, Milton Park and Worrell Park an entry fee will be charged for spectators. A gate sheet is available for players and five (5) Team Officials to sign and be admitted free to those grounds. Teams participating at those venues must complete the form to gain free entry.

U14 to 18 years SCC PLAYING IN HIGH AGE CONSENT FORM (Download)
For players playing up an age in the Sydney Combined Competition includes under 13 players temporarily or permanently playing for under 14 sides. A player may not play up in a higher age group without the signed “Playing up an age group consent form”. This rule applies to all players participating in SCC Competitions that are yet to turn 18 years of age. No player can play more than two years above their correct (natural) age group. A player must turn 17 years of age before he will be permitted to play open age Rugby League. This form is to be completed and returned to your Club Secretary who in turns delivers it to the Junior League Secretary for approval PRIOR to the player playing in a higher division.

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INCIDENT REPORT FORM (Download)
Incident Report Form for matches in the CBDJRL u6-u13.


INJURY REPORT FORM (Download)
Injury Report Form. For Head Injuries CLICK HERE.

TOUGH LOVE IN LEAGUE (Article - Download)
Tough Love is Automatic send off’s for punching, Zero tolerance of fighting, Abandoning games for Melee’s, Minimum suspensions for violence, Stamping out abuse of match officials. Be FAIR, Beware, Bewarned. The NSW Junior Leagues will crack down on violence in the Grassroots game. Leagues have agreed to the  “Tough Love in League” regulations. The program has the endorsement of the NSW Rugby League, and is documented in this brochure. No longer will a minority ruin the Rugby League experience for the vast majority.




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