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Lincolnshire FA ‘Be inspired’ Application Form

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Referees List Updated - August 2014

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Mid Lincs Player Age Brackets 2014/15 Season

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Club Respect Guide

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Ruston Sports Code of Conduct

The attached code applies to all those involved in football at Ruston Sports under the auspices of The Football Association. Remember Football is the national game. All those involved with the game at every level whether as a player, match official, coach, owner or administrator, have a responsibility, above and beyond compliance with the law, to act according to the highest standards of integrity, and to ensure that the reputation of the game is, and remains, high.

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Ruston Sports Equality Policy

As the governing body of the game, The Football Association is responsible for setting standards and values to apply throughout the game at every level. Football belongs to, and should be enjoyed by, everyone equally. Their commitment is to eliminate discrimination whether by reason of gender, sexual orientation, race, nationality, ethnic origin, colour, religion or ability and to encourage equal opportunities.

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Ruston Sports Safeguarding Children Policy

Many children and young people have a fantastic experience through football - some don't. This may be down to aggressive or pushy coaches and parents screaming and shouting from the sidelines. Respect highlights that this behaviour is unacceptable. We need to help coaches and parents understand the effect this behaviour can have and share positive ways to motivate young players. The Club Policy follows the FA guidance on Safeguarding Children.

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Adult Players - Respect Code of Conduct

We all have a responsibility to promote high standards of behaviour in the game. Players tell us they want a referee for every match, yet 7,000 match officials drop out each season because of the abuse and intimidation they receive on and off the pitch. Respect your referee today and you may just get one for every match this season. Play your part and observe The FA's Respect Code of Conduct for players at all times.

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Young Players - Respect Code of Conduct

It is important everyone behaves themselves when playing football. As a player, you have a big part to play. That's why The FA is asking every player to follow a Respect Code of Conduct.

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Coaches, Team Managers and Club Officials - Respect Code of Conduct

We all have a responsibility to promote high standards of behaviour in the game. In The FA’s survey of 37,000 grassroots participants, behaviour was the biggest concern in the game. This included the abuse of match officials and the unacceptable behaviour of over competitive parents, spectators and coaches on the sideline. Play your part and observe The Football Association’s Respect Code of Conduct in everything you do.

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Match Officials - Code of Conduct

We all have a responsibility to promote high standards of behaviour in the game. The behaviour of the match officials has an impact, directly and indirectly, on the conduct of everyone involved in the game – both on the pitch and on the sidelines. Play your part and observe The FA’s Respect Code of Conduct of match officials at all time.

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Spectators and Parents/Carers - Respect Code of Conduct

We all have a responsibility to promote high standards of behaviour in the game. This club is supporting The FA’s Respect programme to ensure football can be enjoyed in a safe, positive environment. Remember children’s football is a time for them to develop their technical, physical, tactical and social skills. Winning isn’t everything. Play your part and observe The FA’s Respect Code of Conduct for spectators and parents/carers at all times.

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FA Respect - Celebrating Football Through Photographs and Video

There has been much talk about who is allowed to take pictures of children (under 18s) playing sport and in particular what parents/carers are permitted to do. The FA would like to assure parents, carers, coaches, spectators, players and local media that we encourage the taking of appropriate images of children in football. The attached document outlines the FA's guidance which the club supports.

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Parents and Players Guide

The Mini Soccer and Junior Soccer parents and players guide will provide advice on the following areas; Introduction General Information Committee Subscription Fees Team volunteers Training Matches Kit Club shop Shin pads Footwear Drinks Medical conditions First Aid/Injuries Parental Support Centre of Excellences/Academies/Player Development Centres F.A. Respect campaign Club Support Data Protection Child Welfare Policy Code of Conduct Health and Safety Complaints

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Manager and Assistant Guide

The managers and assistants guide will provide advice on the following areas; Introduction Criminal Records Bureau Coaching Communication Heath & Safety Training and games Kit Registrations Funds Fines The initial formation of teams at U7 level End of Season De-selection from team Recruitment into the team Playing Time Player Approaches U11 Onwards 11-a-side Kick Off Times Tournaments Publicising Success Club Support

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Mid Lincs managers and teams 2013/14

An electronic copy of the teams within each Mid Lincs League is available to view by clicking the attached link.

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FA Safeguarding Children Policy

Safeguarding Children is high on The FA's agenda. The goal is to have someone at every club in the country aware of Safeguarding Children, whether it's a Premiership Academy or a Sunday morning park side. For FA Charter Standard Clubs, of course, it's a must. Already 150,000 people have received their certificates after attending The FA's Safeguarding Children workshops. These are organised via County FAs on a regular basis. Now, The FA has launched Safeguarding Children - A guide. This is an introduction to Safeguarding Children that can be worked through at home on VHS or CD-ROM. Details can be obtained through logging on to www.TheFA.com/Goal. The FA believes football can have a powerful positive influence on children and young people. But that means everyone involved in football must take on the responsibility of looking after those children who want to play the game. Safeguarding Children is about doing things the right way; doing things properly. It’s about allowing children to enjoy the game without abuse of any kind. That means bullying, physical, emotional or sexual abuse and neglect. Every week, The FA's website carries updates on Safeguarding Children issues relevant to the game. The site also contains The FA's Safeguarding Children Policy and Procedures, as well as guidelines and advice. These can be downloaded free of charge. The site carries a link to the NSPCC, with details of The FA/NSPCC Child Protection Helpline. This is a free service offering Safeguarding Children advice and information for anyone in football. The FA has also made available many resources to help develop Safeguarding Children, most of which are available free of charge. A link to The Media Group enables clubs to order free posters, leaflets and information cards that support The FA's drive for higher standards in Safeguarding Children. Links The FA Safeguarding Children Department, 25 Soho Square London, W1D 4FA Telephone: 0800 085 0506 footballsafe@TheFA.com www.TheFA.com/Goal The FA/NSPCC Helpline Telephone: 0808 800 5000 Asian Helpline: 0800 096 7719 Welsh Helpine: 0800 100 2524 Deaf users:Textphone 0800 056 0566 www.nspcc.org.uk

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Ruston Sports FC AGM 2014

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Ruston Sports FC AGM 2013

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Ruston Sports FC AGM 2012

Private Document: Supporter, Player, Parent, Club Member, Staff, Coach, Team Admin, Webmaster.

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Ruston Sports FC AGM 2011

Private Document: Supporter, Player, Parent, Club Member, Staff, Coach, Team Admin, Webmaster.

Minutes from the Annual General Meeting which took place at Ruston Sports and Social Club on Thursday 5th May 2011.

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League Tables

Sills & Betteridge Solicitors Lincolnshire Football League » Premier Division

1 Skegness Town 3 9
2 Horncastle Town 5 8
3 Skegness United 3 7
4 CGB Humbertherm 3 4
5 Wyberton 3 3
6 Hykeham Town 1 3
7 Cleethorpes Town AKP 1 3
8 Nettleham 2 3
9 Market Rasen Town 3 3
10 Sleaford Town Reserves 3 1
11 Louth Town Reserves 4 1
12 Ruston Sports 1 0

Last updated Monday 15th September, 15:03