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Disciplinary Procedure

Faversham Rugby Union Football Club

Disciplinary Procedures

 

A Disciplinary Subcommittee, with the power to co-opt, will be appointed compromising of three of the following officers: 

1) (Hon) Chairman 

2) (Hon) Secretary 

3) (Hon) Treasurer

4) Director of Rugby 

5) Club Captain

6) Team Captain

7) Sponsorship Secretary

8) Social Secretary

 

A minimum of one, and no more than two, honouree committee member must be present on any disciplinary committee. 

 

An Appeal Subcommittee of the General Committee will hear the evidence within 7 days of receiving a written notice of appeal. The Appeal Subcommittee will then be appointed, compromising of three of the following officers:

1) (Hon) Chairman

2) (Hon) Secretary

3) (Hon) Treasurer

4) Director of Rugby

5) Club Captain

6) Team Captain

7) Sponsorship Secretary

8) Social Secretary

 

A minimum of one, and no more than two, honouree committee member must be present on any disciplinary committee.  

 

The Disciplinary sub-committee will act in accordance with the instructions on the Procedure and Conduct of Disciplinary Hearings as laid down in the current RFU handbook. The Disciplinary sub-committee is charged with the responsibility of maintaining high standards of discipline within the Club. 

 

This subcommittee must act within 48 hours of any infringement of Rule 33; and has to report such action to the Club (Hon) Secretary; and also, in the case of an Age Grade member to the Welfare Officer. The Hon General Secretary will keep a record of all incidences. 

 

The member concerned should be immediately informed, in writing, of the Disciplinary Subcommittee’s decisions and any proposed sanctions. 

 

A written appeal against the Disciplinary Subcommittee’s decision should be sent to the Club Secretary within 7 days. 

 

The member concerned has a right to be present and be heard. Verbal or written submissions, on his/her behalf may be presented. The decision of the Appeal Subcommittee will be final.