• Insist that competitors understand and abide by the principles of fair play.
  • Never countenance the use of drugs by competitors.
  • Never employ methods of practices that could involve risks, however slight, to the long term health or physical development of their competitors.
  • Not attempt to manipulate the rules in order to take advantage of their competitors or their opponents.
  • Respect the regulations and authority of SLSA and not attempt to avoid or circumvent these regulations.
  • Recognise the special role that they have to play in the establishment of standards by setting a good example of sportsmanship at all times.
  • Respect the rights of other teams and never deliberately act in a manner intended to be to the detriment of another team.
  • Respect the rights of competitors, coaches, officials and not exploit or deliberately act in a manner detrimental to them.
  • Not endeavour to influence the result of a competition by any action not strictly within the rules and regulations, or within the fundamental precepts of fair play.