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CRICC Caerdydd &
Cardiff Quins RFC

Diamond Ground,
Forest Farm Road,
Cardiff, CF14 7JN

Clubhouse: 02920 693 552



Cadeirydd / Chairman
Eirian Davies
Membership Secretary
Huw Jones
Dafydd Hampson-Jones
Gemau /Fixtures Secretary
Rebecca Williams
Safeguarding Officer
Rebeca Newis
Social Secretary
Lowri Powell
Aled Jones

Club Subcription Payments

CRICC uses the online Payzip service for the collection of Club subscription payments.


This method requires less administration and avoids the need to receive cash or cheques.


The Club will email an annual invoice on or just before the start of a new season to a nominated parent/guardian. Upon receipt of the invoice via Payzip, payment can be made electronically through the invoice.


The Club offers a reduced subscription fee for siblings. The invoice will highlight how much the first sibling will be charged and the charge for subsequent siblings. Please note each sibling will receive an invoice for the full amount, however parents should pay the full amount for their eldest child and the reduced amount for subsequent siblings. CRICC will identify the invoices that have not been fully paid, cross check our records that this is a sibling and then place a credit against the invoice to show the correct amount has been paid.


Those struggling to pay please raise this with your child’s team’s coach.

Players' Code of Conduct

  • Arrive for training and matches in good time.

  • Turn up with the right kit for the activity.

  • Always warm up and cool down properly.

  • Play for fun and enjoyment – not to please your parents and/or coaches.

  • Remember that that every player brings something valuable and different to the team –everyone is equal in the team.

  • Respect other people and treat everyone with the same respect and fairness.

  • Treat others how you would wish to be treated.

  • Do not argue with the match officials and/or the coaches.

  • Be a good sport – win with modesty, lose with dignity. Always thank opponents and officials after competition.

  • Recognise and applaud good play.

  • Co-operate with coaches, team-mates and opponents.

  • Think about improving your skills after training and competition.

  • Inform the coaches of any injuries you have.

  • Inform the coaches if you need to leave early.

  • Respect differences in gender, disability, culture, race and religious belief systems Learn and play by the rules.

  • Show patience and act with dignity towards others at all times.

  • You are aware of your own welfare and that of others – do not act irresponsibly or illegally.

  • You take time to thank those people who help you, where it be family, coaches or team mates

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