Three Bridges Cricket Club Code of Conduct is a regulation regarding the conduct of players in the sport of cricket. Traditionally, cricket requires “gentlemanly” conduct from all players. The code of conduct is written and enforced by the International Cricket Council. The Cricket Committee will take into consideration youthful exuberance, emotional excitement and mitigating circumstances prior to the enforcement of the rules mentioned below.
The various transgression of what is considered “ungentlemanly” conduct, bringing the name of “cricket” or the club into “disrepute” may not always be explicitly hereby mentioned in the addendum below. In these circumstances the committee will thereby apply the rules broadly in order to meet the circumstances in any act of transgression. Where it is considered the act of transgression is of criminal propensity in these circumstances the rule of law will apply and the matter will be reported to the police and any other official body
The following are the general categories of offences:
Offences are categorized as Level 1, Level 2, Level 3 or Level 4:
A right of appeal against the Level 1- 4 offences must be received in writing providing evidence or mitigating circumstance, no later than 07 days after notification (verbal or in writing) of the fine/ban has been received.