Celtic Latest - 18 June 2021

Hi everyone

Saturday - 19th June

Match Controller - Duncan King

First Aid - Team Management

Changing Rooms - U16 Plains

Kitchen - Robyn, New World U9W x 2 (12pm - 4pm)

Bar - Darion, New World U9W x 2 (12pm - 4pm) :: Paul & Donald 4pm - Close

Breakdown - U16 Plains, U11.5, U9, U8 and both U7's

Team Lists

Kelly's Cafe & Bar Senior B - Collegiate 2.30pm

1. Thomas Jones

2. Neil Thompson (C)

3. Juan Gray

4. Rowan O"Connor

5. Jack Harrex

6. Tim Reid

7. Ed Hobson

8. Steve Paese

9. Connor O'Grady

10. Troy Edwards

11. Alex Hooper

12. Nico Taumaoe

13. Paovale Sofai

14. Jesse Whitcombe

15. Ryan Marshall

16. Nigel Kilday

17. Sam Hurley

18. Craig Donaldson

19. Ollie McKain

20. Jake Tull

21. Albert Hobson

22. Shannon Perry

Lysaght Glass Women - Nga Puna Wai 1pm

1. Jessica Marshall

2. Meg Hooper

3. Amelia Aldridge

4. Shelley Smith

5. Rose McEwan

6. Tayla Barnaby

7. Holly McPherson

8. Georgia Lysaght (CC)

9, Ella Sugrue

10. Paris Gola

11. Georgia Higgins

12. Anna Peters

13. Lorne Mellonie

14. Ruby McLachlan

15. Kelly Rotch

16. Kerrin Corcoran

17. Monique De Har Symonds

18. Rebecca Steer

19. Piper Jones

20. Isabella Roulston

21 Ruby Barnes

22. TBC

EuroAgri Colts - Darfield 1pm

1. Hamish Kerr

3. Liam Prendergast

4. William Adlam

5.. Henry Wild

6. Bryden Smith

7. Connor Perriton

8. Zane Cockburn

9. Jacob Hughes

10. Te Wairua Hughes

11. Jordan Reuben

12. Fotu Hala

13. Sam Pearce

14. Richard Bishop

15. Opeti Draunibaka

16. Mark-James Tuapawa

17. William Ward

18. Noah Broomhall

19. Harry Stapleton

20. Christian Thompson

21. Mitchel Prendergast

22. Connor Donaldson

 

Sideline Protocol

Regrettably this was addressed across all Clubs at the most recent JAB and MCRU Admin Meeting.

Timely reminder of our obligations. Coaches please take particular note of where you can and can't be. 

Celtic encourages and promotes postive sideline behaviour.

  • Authorised persons that are permitted inside the ropes:
    • Club Match Day Manager
    • The Playing XV from each team. (This does not include Reserves or Substitutes)
    • Match Officials – Referee and two Assistant / Referees plus Referee Coach.
    • One person from each team who will administer first aid.
    • One person from each team who will act as water carrier.
    • No more than two persons from each team who act as coach or Manager – who must remain in Tecchnical Ziones at all times of pley.
    • St John Ambulance Officials.
    • Ball Boys
  • Reserve Players, Coaches and Management Must Remain Stationary in one of the areas identified. Host Clubs will determine which of these areas are available for use to each team on a given day.
  • Coaches must not be on the field of play at any time (Grades U9 and above) other than the half time break.
  • Note: It is the responsibility of team coaches and managers to ensure their team strictly complies with these requirements.

Persons may only enter the playing area:

  • To attend to an injured player during stoppages – St John and team officials only.
  • To carry water to the players during stoppages –– NOT while penalties are being taken.
  • At half time – team officials only.
  • To assist in the carriage of an injured player from the field – St John, team officials, plus any nominated assistant.
  • To provide a kicking tee – team official only or any nominated assistant.
  • To supply ball to players – team official only or any nominated assistant.
  • To perform touch judge duties in the absence of an Assistant Referee
  • Any person who are permitted to be within the playing enclosure other than the players and match officials or the medic whilst attending to a player, are to remain stationary in the designated areas.
  • Reserve players are not to enter the playing enclosure during the match. A reserve player when required to replace an injured player or as a substitute player, is to enter the playing enclosure at the halfway line.

The Referee is required to stop the game if:

  • Unauthorised persons remain inside the ropes
  • Any referee abuse or general disorderly behaviour of spectators is not being addressed by the
    Match Day Manager(s).
  • Any abusive/disruptive spectator or team member does not abide by any requests made of them by the Match Day Manager(s)
  • Any player ordered from the field who does not immediately leave the playing enclosure.

 

Referee Abuse and Spectator Behaviour

Please be respectful of our referess, they are dedicated, few on the ground, and do everything with the best of intentions. If you don't like it, consider putting in the work,  picking up the whistle and becoming a referee yourself.

Abusive behaviour is not to be tolerated.

Abuse is defined as to attack with coarse or insulting, rude, threatening or maligning language or behaviour.

Verbal Abuse includes:

  • Any form of foul language.
  • Any form of threatening language.
  • Continual complaining/sledging.
  • Personal insults.

Physical Abuse is as follows:

• Pushing • Bumping • Spitting • Kicking

  • Dissent by players.
  • Any insults or personal attacks published in all forms of media including all social media in or on a club affiliated domain.

• Punching

  • Any form of attempt of the above.
  • Any form of threatening behaviour.

Methven Women's 10's - Sunday 27th June

Sideline support encouraged :-)

Round 1 - 10am

South Canterbury/West Coast v Mid Canterbury

Round 2 - 11am

Mid Canterbury v Buller

Round 3 - 12.30pm North Otago v Mid Canterbury

Have a ripper of a weekend.

Bleed Green.

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