Code of Conduct

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Parent’s responsibilities are:
  • To sign and understand the Informed Consent Form regarding their child’s safety at practice.
  • To make payment within seven days of receiving invoice.
  • To arrive on time for sessions and collect players promptly at the end of each session.
  • To ensure that their children are appropriately dressed for cricket and have the correct clothing and required protective cricket kit.
  • To raise any issues about training or playing with the relevant coach.
  • To understand that they are responsible for their own children outside coaching times.
  • To be a positive, supportive role model, allowing your child to develop at their own pace.
Student’s responsibilities are:
  • To arrive on time and be ready to start promptly.
  • To respect and be supportive of the coach and fellow group members.
  • To respect the rules of the Academy and the Indoor Arena.
  • To share with their coaches the amount of cricket played during any given week.
  • To make the coach aware of any injuries to avoid risk of worsening.
  • To respect the Academy and Arena’s property.
The Complete Cricketer Academy Endeavour’s to:
  • To provide a safe learning environment for all students.
  • To provide properly planned and supervised sessions to promote development.
  • To provide adequate and proper coaching equipment and facilities.
  • To work closely with each child and parent in the development of their skills and knowledge of the game.
  • To respect each child as an individual and be supportive through their development.
  • To maintain high standards of coaching and strive for the best for all students.

Player Login

 

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Coaching Times

MONDAY-FRIDAY

One hourly session from 13h00-18h00 (public and school holidays incl.)

SATURDAY-SUNDAY (Winter Only)

One hourly sessions from 08h00-11h00 (public and school holidays incl.)
 

Indemnity

Parents and students are aware that participating in cricket coaching sessions is a potentially hazardous activity. Parents assume all risks associated with participation in this sport, including but not limited to falls, contact with other participants, balls, equipment, and other reasonable risk conditions associated with the sport. All such risks are known and understood by the parents and students.

Montague Arena

Montague Action Arena is one of the longest running Arenas in South Africa. Established more than 17 years ago, the Arena has provided the best Action Sports to the greater City Bowl, Milnerton, West Coast and Goodwood regions.

It has consistently been amongst the top-performing arenas in the country from inception and has been number 1 countrywide for the past 3 years. We feel proud to be part of this success story.