CANANDAIGUA USBC YOUTH


PRE-BOWL GUIDELINES

ACCEPTABLE EXCUSES TO PRE-BOWL:
Family emergency, outside activity or work.
Any other reasons require the approval of your league coach.

ACCEPTABLE TIMES FOR PRE-BOWL:
Monday – Friday 1:00 P.M. to 6:00 P.M.
Any other time must be setup with the Bowling Center prior to arrival by calling
Roseland Bowl at 394 – 5050.

PROCEDURE FOR PRE-BOWLING:
1.Inform league coach of pre-bowl.
2.Schedule a time to pre-bowl with Roseland Bowl
3.Pay at the time of pre-bowl. If you do not pay before you begin to pre-bowl, you will NOT be allowed to bowl.
4.Fillin pre-bowl score sheet completely with the following:
Name
Date the pre-bowl for
League
Reason for pre-bowl
Scores and total for three games
Score sheets not completely properly will NOT be accepted and the scores will NOT count.
5.Return score sheets to Roseland Bowl front desk upon completion of pre-bowl.

ANY QUESTIONS WITH REGARD TO PRE-BOWLS SHOULD BE DIRECTED TO YOUR LEAGUE COACH.

Prepared: 7/25/2011

Code of Conduct for Athletes, Coaches and Parents

As Players……
Work Hard, Listen and Learn. 

Treat teammates, opposing players, coaches and parents with RESPECT (this also includes other bowler’s equipment). There is no tolerance for bullying, verbal or physical abuse.

Be proud (and humble) when you and your team succeeds.  When you lose, keep your head up, and learn from the experience.

Be responsible for your actions. 

Dress appropriately for bowling.
No tank tops with exposed spaghetti straps. 
No underwear exposed.

ALL Electronic Devices are prohibited from bowling approaches.  Use of these devices is limited to settee area and carpeted area only.

As Coaches…
Provide a safe, healthy, and learning environment for your teams. Give every player the opportunity to succeed.  Care for your athletes as an individual.

As a representative of the coaching profession, treat all players, coaches and parents with respect. Physical and verbal abuse will not be tolerated.

When things are not going your way step back, look and listen.  Sometimes silence speaks louder than words.

As Parents…
Participate in your child’s learning experience, Understand the game and its purpose

Promote the team above the individual.  Provide constructive congratulations, not destructive criticism.

Treat ALL players, coaches and parents with respect.  Physical and verbal abuse will not be tolerated.

Enjoy the sport and the friendships that come with it.  Enjoy the game but remember when bowling is over, win or lose, your player is just a kid.