Melbourne Cricket Club - Behaviour
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Behaviour

Members are required to behave in a manner becoming to the club and to behave honourably (whether inside or outside any premises of, or used by, the club).   Members must not act in a manner prejudicial to the interests of the club.

Any member who behaves in an unbecoming or dishonourable manner or in a manner prejudicial to the interests of the club may be expelled from the club, suspended as a member or have his or her rights and privileges restricted.

Guests of members must behave in a similar manner and members are entirely responsible for the behaviour of their guests. While barracking for your team is actively encouraged, you and your guests are urged to respect others in your vicinity.

Bad language and racist remarks will not be tolerated under any circumstances.

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