NCBC Thunder and the CMBA take a hard stand against unruly behavior by the parents and spectators at the games. This is a youth organization that promotes healthy competition in the girls and boys divisions. There were several instances last season where game reports were filled out due to inappropriate behavior demonstrated in the game by the spectators and coaches.
Acceptable behavior at the games include:
Unacceptable behavior at the games include:
Consequences for unacceptable behavior from the spectators:
NCBC Thunder reserves the right to suspend or ban spectators from the games for unacceptable behavior. If your actions are deemed serious enough, your child will no longer be able to participate in the NCBC Thunder basketball program.
These are children that we are dealing with and we are the adults. We must remember to set the example at all times.
If there are any incidents before, during, or after the game, you can fill out a game report on the www.cmba.ab.ca website. If you've had officials that have been lacking in knowledge of the game or afraid to blow the whistle, then you can also fill out an 'officials report' on the CMBA website. Likewise, if you've had officials that did a good job, you can also fill out an 'officials report'. The CMBA and officiating committee will look at all of these reports.