Code of Conduct

Rugby for all in Yangon

For Players

We follow the Junior Rugby Clubs Singapore (JRCS) Code of Conduct, and expect our players to do so too:

Our Playing Laws are in line with JRCS:

Players are expected to wear Centaurs kit (club shirt, shorts and socks) and rugby/football boots to training and when playing. A mouthguard is mandatory for U8s and above when training and playing in competitions. Headgear and shoulder pads are optional.

We sell mouthguards (and various other merchandise) at the Registration Desk on Saturday mornings.

Bring your own water and wear sunscreen.

For Coaches

We follow the Junior Rugby Clubs Singapore (JRCS) Code of Conduct, and expect our coaches to do so too:

Players are expected to wear Centaurs kit (club shirt, shorts and socks) and rugby/football boots to training and when playing. A mouthguard is mandatory for U8s and above when training and playing in competitions. Headgear and shoulder pads are optional.

We sell mouthguards (and various other merchandise) at the Registration Desk on Saturday mornings.

Bring your own water and wear sunscreen.

For Parents

RCS outlines their expectations of parents and spectators in their Code of Conduct.

We have several qualified first aiders on our staff and coaching team, and our Emergency Action Plan is in place. Professional First Aid cover at all our home training sessions and matches is provided by Emergency First Aid and Response (EFAR).

Players are expected to wear Centaurs kit (club shirt, shorts and socks) and rugby/football boots to training and when playing. A mouthguard is mandatory for U8s and above when training and playing in competitions. Headgear and shoulder pads are optional.

We sell mouthguards (and various other merchandise) at the Registration Desk on Saturday mornings.

Bring your own water and wear sunscreen.