1 – Items of jewellery – (including watches) must not be worn during sessions. Long hair must be tied back with non- metal ties.
2 – Time Keeping – All judo players are to ensure that they are at the start of each lesson promptly.
3 – Whilst practicing at the club or representing the club in anyway, discipline must be maintained at an acceptable level at all times.
4 – Members must agree to abide by the rules of the club and any decisions made by the Coach and Committee
5 – Any breach of the club rules or constitution may lead to suspension or termination of membership.
6 – Any member found using judo techniques in unsuitable circumstances may have their membership suspended or terminated.
7 – In the event of any suspension or termination of a junior player being considered, the players’ parent/carer will be consulted.
8 – Members – Should arrive at the club in usual clothes and change into judo suits at the club.
9 – Shoes – Must never be worn on the mat. Bring a set of flip flops which are easy too wear and must be left at the side of the mat.
10 – Dress – When judo suits are worn, males should have nothing under their tops and females should wear their club t-shirt or a plain white t-shirt.
11 – Hygiene – Both the judo player and the judo suit should be clean. Finger and toenails must be short.
12 – Players – Must always ask permission from the Coach to leave the mat during a session.
13 – Players – Must always bow to each other prior to & after practicing with each other.
14 – Mat fee – All members are required to pay at the start of each month. ( visitors from other clubs can pay on the night).
15 – License – All members are required to take out a Irish Judo association license after 4 weeks of training. This covers you for insurance. Failure to comply will result in the judoka not being able to train,