Below is an extract from the Dress Code Section of the By-Laws:
Players Dress Code
All players must wear their Club or Non Affiliated Team nominated uniform including positional bibs and any sports brief or shorts when participating in the Association’s activities.
Sport shorts must not be longer than the skirt of dress.
Tops must be tucked in, if the Club or Non Affiliated Team skirt or shorts cannot be clearly seen.
Suitable sports shoes/trainers should be worn for match play.
Any player may seek a variation to the uniform for medical, cultural, religious or other reasonable grounds and must submit a request to the Board, which may be granted or declined at the discretion of the Board.
Long sleeve tops may be worn under the dress or top. It must be the same color as the shirt or dress of the uniform. This variation to the uniform must be submitted to the Association as a part of the Club or Non Affiliated Team uniform approval process.
Players in 11 and Under may wear leggings in club or team uniform colour. This variation to uniform must be submitted to the Association as part of the Club or Non Affiliated Team uniform approval process.
Tracksuit pants, tops with hoods, gloves, hard peaked caps and singlet tops are not to be worn during a match. Soft caps may be worn.
No jewellery or body piercing, or other items deemed unsafe by Association officials, may be worn when participating in the Association’s activities and players may be precluded from participating until such jewelry or body piercings are removed or covered.
Newly pierced earrings are accepted if the player provides the appropriate tape for 4-6 weeks. After this time all studs/earrings should be removed and it is the player’s responsibility to remove all jewellery. Players will not be able to take the court if this requirement is not met.
Fingernails must be short and smooth when participating in the Association’s activities. Fingernails that would not be classified as short and smooth must be taped to the Association’s approved standard, as per pics below.
Players will not be able to take the court if the requirements relating to jewellery and fingernails are not met
Players will receive one warning before a penalty is applied for incorrect uniform. A penalty of One (1) goal for each incorrectly uniformed player to the non-offending team and will be recorded on the score sheet by the umpire.