Roll Ball Privacy

PURPOSE: The purpose of the Code are

  1. To ensure and maintain an orderly and fair administration and conduct for IRBF sanction event, and to protect the players rights and the respective rights of IRBF, sponsors and public.
  2. To uphold the good name of IRBF and the integrity of the sport of Roll Ball Worldwide.
  3.  This code is applicable to all sanction event on all players, at all times shall be subject to code and the Laws and code constitute the basis for disciplinary action against the player.

 PLAYER COMMITMENT AND ENTRY OFFENCE

A) Playing another event: If a player is accepted in a team and after that if he withdraws and participate in other event during same time.

B) Early Departure from tournament : Making travel arrangements which would preclude the player from participation in schedule matches or enter fare with their commitments as per guidelines

20. PLAYER ON SITE OFFENCE

A) Inappropriate conduct: During any tournament or match not conducting oneself in a honorable and sportsman like manner.

B) Dress Violation: Failing to dress and present oneself in a suitable/authorized manner. Clean and acceptable Roll Ball sport clothing shall be worn.

21. FAILURE TO COMPLETE A MATCH:

A) Failing to complete a match in progress unless reasonable unable to do so.

22. LATE ARRIVAL FOR MATCH/NO MATCH:

A) Arriving late for match, resulting in disqualification.

B) Withdrawing from any match in a tournament whilst still fit enough to compete on same day.

23. FAILURETO USE BEST EFFORTS:

A) Not using ones best effort to win a match.

 

24. TRYING TO INFLUENCE REFEREE

A) Trying to influence the decision of referee by verbal gesture or body action.

25. SEEKING COACHING

A) Seeking coaching during play except as permitted under law. Communication of any kind, audible or visible, between a player and a coach may be constructed as coaching.

26. VIOLATING CEREMONY PROTOCOL

A) When participating in the finals of tournament, not participating in the final ceremony directly after the match or not wearing the style of clothing (tracksuit, uniform) requested by the organizer.

27. AUDIBLE OBSCENITY

A) Using words commonly known and understood in any language to be profane or indecent and uttered clearly and loudly enough to be heard by the referee or spectators.

28. VISIBLE OBSCENITY

A) Making of gesture or signs with hands and /or ball have an obscene offensive meaning.

29. ABUSE OF BALLOR EQUIPMENT

A) Intentionally throwing ball dangerously or recklessly within or out of court. Intentionally and violently destroying or damaging equipment, or intentionally and violently hitting the advertising hoarding, umpires chair, table or other fixture during the match.

30. VERBLE ABUSE

A) Making a statement within the precincts of the tournament site, directed at an official, opponent, spectator or other person that implies dishonesty or is derogatory, insulting or otherwise abusive.

31. PHYSICAL ABUSE

A) Physically abusing an official, opponent, spectator or other person. Even the unauthorized touching of such person may be regarded as physical abuse.

32. UN-SPORTSMAN LIKE CONDUCT

A) Conducting oneself in a manner that is clearly abusive or detrimental to the sport.

33. CONDUCT CONTRARY TO THIS INTEGRITY OF THE GAME

A) Engaging in conduct contrary to the integrity of the game of Roll Ball. If a player is convicted of serious violation of criminal law of any country, the punishment for which includes possible imprisonment, that player may be deemed by virtue of such conviction to have engaged in conduct contrary to the integrity of the game of roll Ball. In addition, if a player has at any time behaved in a manner severely damaging to the reputation of the sport, that player may be deemed by virtue of such behaviors to have engaged in conduct contrary to the integrity of the game of Roll Ball                     

34. BRIBES OR OTHER PAYMENTS

A) Offering giving, soliciting or accepting or agreeing to offer, give, solicit or accept anything of value to or from any person with the intent to influence any player’s/teams effort or the result of match in any IRBGF sanctioned event.

35. DRUG OFFENCE

A) In addition to the time-ban penalty, any player found guilty of abuse of any prohibited substance specified by the IOC or IRBF shall forfeit the right to any award certificate won at tournament. WADA/NADA

B) According to the severity of the offence the above penalties could also apply to tournaments/events played after the offence was registered, but before the disciplinary hearing.



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