Code of Conduct

The following "Player Code of Conduct" has been adopted by all Municipal Sports Directors within the SANCRA Peninsula Division, and will be strictly enforced.Individual League Directors have the final decision on any situation. 

 

  1. No Person Shall: At any time lay a hand upon, shove, strike or spit upon an official, player or spectator.
    PENALTY: A California law states that anyone who is found guilty can be fined $2000.00 and sentenced to jail for up to one year.

  2. No Person Shall:  Refuse to abide by official’s decisions.  Officials are required to immediately suspend the player from further play and report such player to the league director.  Such player shall remain suspended until the League Director has considered his case. 
    MINIMUM PENALTY: Placed on probation for the remainder of the season. 
    MAXIMUM PENALTY: Suspension for two league games and placed on probation for the remainder of the season.

  3. No Person Shall: Be guilty of objectionable demonstration of dissent at official’s decision.Discuss with an official, in any manner the decision reached by such official, except the team manager or captain. 
    MINIMUM PENALTY: Warning by official. 
    MAXIMUM PENALTY: Removal from the game and one additional complete leaguegame.

  4. No Person Shall: Be guilty of using unnecessarily rough tactics in the play of the game against the body or person of an opposing player.Officials are required to immediately suspend players from further play and report such player to the League Director. 
    MINIMUM PENALTY: Placed on probation for the remainder of the season.
    MAXIMUM PENALTY:Suspension for two league games and placed on probation for remainder of season.

  5. No Person Shall: Be guilty of physical or verbal attack as an aggressor upon any player, official or spectator.Officials are required to immediately suspend the player from further action and report such player to the League Director.Player will remain suspended until the League Director has considered their case. 
    MINIMUM PENALTY: Suspension from one league game. 
    MAXIMUM PENALTY: Suspension for life and/or assault charges filed.

  6. No Person Shall: Have in his/her possession or consume an alcoholic beverage, illegal substances or be under the influence while on the field of play or during his/her scheduled game.Officials are required to immediately suspend the player from further play and report such player to the League Director. 
    MINIMUM PENALTY: Placed on probation for the remainder of the season 
    MAXIMUM PENALTY: Suspension from two league games and places on probation for the remainder of the season.

  7. No Person Shall: Be guilty of discussing publicly with spectators in a derogatory or abusive manner any decision by the officials or any opinions of players. 
    MINIMUM PENALTY: Warning by official. 
    MAXIMUM PENALTY: Removal from the game.

  8. No Person Shall: Be guilty of intentionally throwing his/her bat. 
    MINIMUM PENALTY: Removal from the game. 
    MAXIMUM PENALTY: Suspension from two league games.
Appeal Process: Suspension of 2 or fewer games may be appealed to the League Director in your city.Suspensions of more than 2 games can be appealed to the SANCRA Board of Directors.      

 

Revised 10/18/00
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650-558-7300 Recreation Division email: recreation@burlingame.org 
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