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FAIR PLAY TABLES FOR 2023/24

The committee is keen to stress that the fair play awards are not consolation prizes for weaker teams. All school teams should strive to win an award for fair play whether they are at the top, bottom or middle of their division. A further point is that judgement is not made solely on the players conduct. Coaches, relatives and supporters should be seen as representing the school concerned and judged accordingly.

FAIR PLAY CRITERIA

1. Respect for the league
* Did teams turn up on time?
* Were they ready to play at ko time?
* Did the manager/coach establish a positive relationship with opponents before, during and after the game?
2. Respect for the referee
* Were all decisions accepted in a good spirit?
* Was dissent shown by word or actions?
* Did coaches, parents and supporters openly criticise the referee in front of the players and during the game?
* Did the captain set a good example eg by thanking the referee after the game and encouraging his/her players to shake hands?
3. Respect for team mates and opponents
* Did players encourage each other?
* Did they use foul, abusive or intimidatory language to each other or their opponents?
* Did they show disrespect for opponents by over celebrating or showing off when winning easily?
* Did they pick on weaker team mates or players making mistakes?
* Did they accept being substituted with good grace?
* Did they shake hands with opponents at the end of the game?
* Did they acknowledge good play of their team mates and opponents?

FAIR PLAY SCORES - Average score decides placings. Equal scores placed alphabetically by school.

A Division up to and including 23 March

SCHOOL

P

Total score

Average score

Belham

7

70

10

Julian’s

7

70

10

Rosendale

5

50

10

Bird in Bush

7

69

9.85

Henry Cavendish

6

59

9.83

St Andrew’s

6

58

9.66

Woodmansterne

7

66

9.42

Corpus Christi

5

47

9.4

Crawford

5

47

9.4

 

B Division up to and including 23 March                                                   

SCHOOL

P

Total score

Average score

Hitherfield

5

50

10

Dunraven

6

59

9.83

Lyndhurst

6

59

9.83

St Mary’s

4

39

9.75

Fenstanton

4

36

9

Hatcham

4

37

9.25

Telferscot

4

37

9.25

Loughborough

4

34

8.5

 

C Division up to and including 23 March

SCHOOL

P

Total score

Average score

Crown Lane

3

30

10

Holy Trinity

2

20

10

Judith Kerr

5

50

10

Oliver Goldsmith

5

50

10

Paxton

3

30

10

Richard Atkins

5

50

10

Sunnyhill

3

30

10

Glenbrook

4

39

9.75

Globe

4

39

9.75

St. Luke’s

4

37

9.25

 

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