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Club Fines

Club Fines Club Fines

Club/Team/Discipline Fines

 

Please note non payment of ANY fines by the last day of the following month the fine was imposed will result in ALL CLUBS JUNIOR FIXTURES BEING CANCELLED FOR THAT COMING WEEKEND AND AWARDED 18-0 TO THE OPPOSITION UNTIL PAID.

WEEKLY FINES REFERENCE NUMBERS AA=U7 A=U8 B=U9 C=U10 D=U11 E=U12 F=U13 G=U14 H=U15 PLEASE QUOTE FINE NUMBERS ON THE BACK OF THE CHEQUE WHEN PAYMENT IS MADE TO THE LEAGUE TREASURER COLIN HANDFORTH BEM

PLEASE PAY FIRST AND ARGUE LATER!

Fines & the key rules

35.4 All fines must be paid by the last Monday of the following month from the date of the fixture or discipline meeting, otherwise it will automatically be doubled and ALL fixtures for that Member Club shall be suspended for the next coming weekend's fixtures and awarded to the opposing teams with a score of 18 - 0 against. This will continue until any outstanding fines are paid.


35.5 All fines must be made payable to the Yorkshire Junior League and must be sent direct to the League Treasurer payments to any Management Members will not be accepted as paid.

 

35.6 Where a club receives a Fixture Secretary fine they will have 7 days from the decision to appeal to the relevant Fixture Secretary and General Secretary otherwise the fine will stand.

 

5 PROCEDURES FOR ANNUAL/EXTRAORDINARY GENERAL MEETINGS

5.7 If a Member Club fails to send a representative to the AGM or an EGM it shall be fined £50 unless it shall have sent a proxy vote in the case of a meeting to change the constitution.

 

6 PROCEDURES FOR OTHER MEETINGS

6.1 Delegate meetings will normally be held the first Monday of April, June, August, October, December, February or as otherwise decided by the Board. If a Member Club fails to send a representative to a Delegate meeting it will be fined £20. Sending of apologies does not prevent a fine.

 

10 REGISTRATION OF CLUBS, TEAMS AND LEAGUE FEES

10.3 Any Member Club that does not pay the League Fees and submit a completed CRF1 by the published deadline shall be deemed to have resigned from the League and will need to re-apply for membership and will be fined £50 if they are accepted back into the League.

 

18 COMPLIANCE WITH PLAYER REGISTRATION PROCEDURES

18.4 Club officials from both teams shall inspect the ID Cards before a fixture and they shall both sign the match card to confirm this. A Member Club that fails to comply will be fined £5.

 

18.5 If a Member Club does not produce a player's ID Card for inspection then the fixture shall be forfeited to the opposing team with a score of 18 - 0 against and the offending club shall be fined £20.

 

18.6 If a team plays an unregistered/ineligible player, then it will forfeit that fixture to the opposing team with a score of 18 - 0 against and the offending club shall be fined £50 and disciplined.

 

18.7 If a Member Club plays an over-age player then they could be expelled from the League and will be fined a minimum £100, the maximum fine being without limit and entirely at the absolute discretion of the Management Committee.

 

19 CONTROLLING THE PLAYING AREA

19.2 The minimum standard for a "Physical Barrier" is roping off. Failure to provide a barrier will result in a £20 fine.

 

23 FIXTURES-GENERAL

23.7 No fixture shall be arranged without first having been approved by the Fixture Secretary. Any Member Club taking part in such a fixture will be fined £50.

 

24 FIXTURES-CLUB RESPONSIBILITIES

24.1 It will be the responsibility of the HOME club to confirm the fixture and the kick off times for the coming week not later than 9pm on the Tuesday preceding the fixture, failure to do so will result in a fine of £5.

 

24.2 It will be the responsibility of BOTH teams to notify the Fixture Secretary of all match results, postponements and abandoned games, including BARLA or local cup games, by TEXT MESSAGE not later than 6pm on Saturdays and 2pm on Sundays. Failure to comply will result in the Member Club being fined £5.

 

24.4 Mini League scores must not be published. Failure to comply will result in a £20 fine.

 

24.5 The home team shall ensure the Fixture Secretary receives the completed team sheet within 5 days of the match. This can be done electronically (scanned document e mail). Failure to comply will result in the Member Club being fined £5.

 

24.9 Clubs shall ask the local Referees' Society to appoint a referee for home fixtures. Home clubs failing to inform the opposition of not having an officially appointed referee will be fined £20.

 

25 POSTPONEMENTS

25.3 Any team wishing to postpone a league fixture or other organised game shall make the application on the correct Official Request Form not later than 9pm on Tuesday preceding the fixture. The form must be with the Fixture Secretary and Fixture Co-ordinator to count (this can be done electronically). If it fails to do so then it shall be fined £10 and forfeit the match to the opposing team with a score of 18-0 against.

 

26 UNFULFILLED FIXTURES

26.1 Where a Member Club fails to fulfil a fixture on the scheduled date, such Member Club will, at the discretion of the Management Committee be responsible for food, this will be to a maximum of £10.

 

26.3 The game will be awarded to the non offending club 18-0 and the offending club will be fined £20.

 

26.8 Member Clubs must make every effort to complete their fixtures. At the discretion of the Management Committee, Member Clubs will be fined £10 for each unfulfilled fixture.

 

27 CUP COMPETITION

27.2 Any team who withdraws from the cup competition will be fined £20 and the game awarded to the opposing team. This will be at the discretion of the Board.

 

27.19 All cup trophies must be returned to the General Secretary at the February Delegates' meeting and League shields by the October Delegates' meeting. Non return will result in a £20 fine per trophy. Cups/trophies/shields must be returned to the League in their original condition. Failure to do so will result in the Member Club incurring the full cost of cleaning, repair or replacement.

 

29 DISCIPLINE POINTS

29.5 Only points given to players / teams / officials will count towards the loss of competition points. All other offences will carry a minimum £200 fine plus £100 suspended.

 

29.6 Once an age group (this includes anyone concerned at the respective age group) reaches 50 discipline points the Member Club concerned will be fined £50 and for each 50 discipline points thereafter a further £50.

 

29.8 Any discipline points accrued after this date [first Monday in November]:

(a) will be carried forward to the next season with the age group concerned for team at U12s (Year 7) and above.

(b) for Mini/Mod or if the Member Club does not re-register the team at the appropriate age group the following season, it will be £s for points as per discipline procedure eg if a player gets a 4 match ban, instead of receiving 15 points, they will receive a £15 fine.

 

30 IMMEDIATE ACTION FOLLOWING A BREACH OF DISCIPLINE

30.1 Every Club is required to take all necessary precautions to prevent assaults or threats on players or officials in connection with games. All allegations of a breach of discipline, including all offences, players / coaches / club officials / spectators, sending-offs, brawls, abandoned games etc must be reported on the League discipline form and emailed by the clubs involved to the General Secretary by the third day at midnight after the match took place (eg match played on Sunday, deadline midnight Tuesday). The form must be completed in full. Failure to do so will result in a £20 fine.

 

31 SENDING OFF

31.1 If a player is sent off, then each Member Club involved in the fixture shall notify the fixture secretary by TEXT MESSAGE, NOT LATER THAN 6pm SATURDAY, 2pm SUNDAY and 9pm MIDWEEK GAMES. Failure to do so will result in a £20 fine being imposed. They must provide:

(a) the player's name, shirt number and club.

(b) the name of the referee and their society.

 

35 DISCIPLINARY ACTION AND FINES

35.1 The Disciplinary Committee (and on appeal the Management Committee also) may on finding an allegation proved:

(a) Fine any player, club, official or spectator.

(b) Suspend any player, club, official or spectator.

(c) Expel any player, club, official from the League.

(d) Require a written apology.

(e) Require a written promise as to future good conduct.

 

35.2 If the Disciplinary Committee shall be satisfied that a player from a particular Member Club has committed an offence but the player concerned cannot be identified the Disciplinary Committee shall be entitled to deal with the Member Club concerned by imposing any of the punishments specified in paragraphs (a) to (e) inclusive on the Member Club.

 

35.3 If a fine is not paid by a player or any other person associated with a Member Club (eg a supporter) the Member Club shall be responsible for the payment of the fine.

 

35.4 All fines must be paid by the last Monday of the following month from the date of the fixture or discipline meeting, otherwise it will automatically be doubled and ALL fixtures for that Member Club shall be suspended for the next coming weekend's fixtures and awarded to the opposing teams with a score of 18 - 0 against. This will continue until any outstanding fines are paid.

 

35.5 All fines must be made payable to the Yorkshire Junior League and must be sent direct to the League Treasurer payments to any Management Members will not be accepted as paid.

 

35.6 Where a club receives a Fixture Secretary fine they will have 7 days from the decision to appeal to the relevant Fixture Secretary and General Secretary otherwise the fine will stand.

 

36 PLAYER SUSPENSIONS

36.1 Once a player has been suspended the ID card must be in the hands of the General Secretary prior to the suspension commencing, failure to do so will result in a £20 fine.

 

36.3 Once a player has fulfilled the suspension, the official form correctly filled in must be sent to the General Secretary no later than 7 days after the ban ends. Failure to do so will result in the Member Club being fined £5 per week until the form is received.

 

 

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