Documents & Forms
Following are a collection of documents and forms that may be required by parents, participants, volunteers and interested parties.
Most documents are provided in either pdf or microsoft word format. You may need to download software to your computer or device in order to be able to open, print or edit these documents.
Sun Smart Policy
The following policy is in place to help Macleod JFC reduce UV exposure and skin cancer risk.
Concussion Recognition & Management Guidelines for Parents/Guardians
Medical Clearance Form
RETURN TO PLAY CLEARANCE FORM
New Concussion Policy
Management of Concussion Policy
Alcohol Management Policy
To ensure the aims of MJFC are upheld, the following requirements will apply when alcohol is served at the club or during a club function.
Social Media Policy
In an increasingly “Social” world, The Macleod Junior Football Club and all its members must adhere to an appropriate Social Media Policy .
It is Macleod Junior Football Club policy that all players wear mouthguards at all times when training and playing games. This is also a requirement of the Yarra Junior Football League under which all teams compete. MJFC fully supports the AFL Position Statement on mouthguards.
Team & Player Selection - Team Selection
The purpose of this policy is to ensure that all players, parents and officials of the Macleod Junior
Football Club have a shared and clear understanding of Team Selection.
Team & Player Selection - Age Group
The MJFC Age Group Policy sets out guidelines for the allocation of players into a particular age
group for a given season. The policy provides players, parents and club officials with a clear and
consistent set of rules and processes that the JFC applies across all age groups.
Team & Player Selection - Player Placement
The purpose of this policy to ensure the fundamental principles of fair player placement that are
held by the MJFC are meet.
Code of Conduct
Macleod JFC is a local junior Australian Rules football club that is managed by the local community for the community. Adults play an essential role, whether as parents, coaches, administrators or officials, in supporting junior Australian Rules football.