National Sports Council Regulations, 1984
 
 
 
                                                         S.I. 1985/40.
                                                      These regulations were made on 12th December, 1984 by the National Sports Council
                                                       with the approval of the Minister under section 13 of the National Sports Council Act.
 
 
1. These Regulations may be cited as the National Sports Council Regulations, 1984.
 
2. In these regulations, "authorised person" means a member, officer, agent or servant of the Council, a person acting under the authority of the Council, a member of the Police Force or a security guard whose services have been retained in respect of the premises by the Council, a school or other licensee of the Council;
"owner", in relation to an animal, includes a person who has the custody or control of the animal;
"premises" means any premises or facilities under the occupation, management or control of the Council;
"security guard" means a person employed as such for the purpose of maintaining security or order.
 
3. The Council may determine the times and days during which the premises are to be open or closed to the public.
 
4. (1) No person shall, except with the permission of an authorised person,
(a) enter or remain on the premises at a time during which those premises are closed to the public;
(b) enter or leave the premises except through a gate or other passage provided for the purpose;
 
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(c) enter an area of the premises that the Council has set apart for use in any sport, competition, entertainment, show, public lecture or other event; or
(d) cause a vehicle to enter the premises.
(2) Where a person has been granted permission under paragraph (1)(d), he shall not
(a) drive, ride or cause the vehicle to be propelled at a speed exceeding 16 kilometers per hour; or
(b) park the vehicle other than in accordance with the directions of an authorised person.
 
5. No person shall, unless he is an authorised person, offer himself as a guide to any person on the premises.
 
6. (1) An owner of an animal shall not, except with the permission of the Council, bring the animal into or
allow the animal to enter or remain on the premises.
(2) An owner of an animal who has obtained permission under paragraph (1) shall keep the animal under
his control and shall secure it by means of a leash or other attachment.
 
7. (1) No person shall, on the premises, (a) indecently expose his person;
(b) blackguard or use any threatening, obscene, abusive or indecent language;
( c) molest or assault a person who is lawfully using the premises;
(d) dispose of any litter except in bins provided for the purpose;
(e) light a fire;
(f) damage or deface a structure or Sign that has been erected by the Council;
Or
(g) beg alms or solicit contributions or donations.
(2) For the purposes of. paragraph (1)(1) a structure or sign that IS. erected on the premises shall be
deemed, in the absence of evidence to the contrary, to have been erected by the Council.
 
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8. (1) No person shall, unless authorised in writing by the Council,
(a) hold or stage any exhibition, entertainment, display or lecture;
(b) hold a public meeting; or
(c) sell, expose or offer for sale any article, on the premises.
(2) No person shall, except in an area set apart for the purpose and with the permission of the Council,
 (a) play any game;
(b) discharge a loaded firearm; or
( c) throw or propel any missile or object.
 
9. (1) No person shall remove from the premises any sports equipment, tool, implement or other object that is the property or under the control of the Council.
(2) A person who has in his possession on the premises a bag or container shall present the bag or container for an examination if requested to do so by an authorised person.
(3) An authorised person must not make a request for presentation under paragraph (2) unless he has reasonable cause for suspecting that the person to whom he makes the request has acted in contravention of paragraph (1).
 
10. A person who brings on to the premises a radio, television receiver or transmitter or a musical instrument shall comply with any directions given by an authorised person in respect of its use.
 
11. (1) Where any object is left on premises under the control and management of the Council, whether or not that object in the opinion of the Council,
(a) creates a nuisance;
(b) is injurious or likely to be injurious to health; or
 (c) impedes the functions of the Council,
the Council may serve on the owner of those premises, notice in writing requiring him to demolish, service, repair or remove
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the object to the satisfaction of the Council within the time specified in the notice.
(2) Where the owner on whom a notice is served under paragraph (1) fails to comply with the requirements of the notice, the Council may
(a) carry out the works to be done; and
(b) where the object has been demolished, sell or otherwise dispose of any material resulting from the demolition.
(3) Subject to paragraph (4) the expenses incurred by the Council under paragraph (2), may be recovered as a civil debt due to the Council.
(4) The expenses incurred by the Council on the demoli­tion or removal of the object referred to in this regulation may be deducted from the amount realised after the sale, and in the event of a surplus, the Council shall pay the surplus to the owner of the demolished or removed object.
 
12. (1) There shall be paid in respect of the matters specified in column 1 of the Schedule the fees set out opposite thereto in column 2 of that Schedule.
(2) In addition to the fees specified in paragraph (1) there shall be paid all lighting or such other expenses, as the Council determines, that are incurred as a result of the use of the premises.
(3) The Council may waive, remit or refund any fee or part thereof payable or paid by any person under paragraph (1).
 
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SCHEDULE





(Regulations 12)


Column 1
Column 2
Matters in respect of which fees are payable
Fees



$
1.
ATHLETICS



Schools and Clubs (Inter-House)
100 per day


Inter-schools (boys and girls)
350 per day


Elimination meetings for schools
25 per day


Elimination meetings for clubs or other



associations
50 per day

2.
AMATEUR ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION



Schools League meeting
50 per day


Other local meeting
100 per day


Regional meeting
200 per day


Non-Regional meeting (including



international)

350 per day
3.
FOOTBALL



Local amateur matches in respect of



(a)
a single game
75 per match

(b)
a double header
125 per match

Local professional matches
200 per match

Regional amateur matches
400 per match

Regional professional matches
500 per match

Non-Regional amateur matches



(including international)
500 per match

Non-Regional professional matches



(including international)
750-1500
per



match

4.
CYCLING




Track League
50 per day

Local meeting
75 per day

Regional meeting
150 per day

Non-Regional meeting (including



international)
500 per day
 
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Column 1

Column 2
Matters in respect of which fees are payable

Fees



$
5.
BOXING



Local amateur bouts
125 per night

Regional amateur bouts
125 per night

Local professional bouts
300 per night

Regional professional bouts
400 per night

Non-Regional amateur bouts (including



international)
400 per night

Non-Regional professional bouts



(including international)
1 500-5 000 per


night

6.
WRESTLING



Local professional bouts
300 per night

Regional professional bouts
1 000 per night

Non-Regional professional bouts
1 500 -5 000 per


night

7.
CRICKET



Local matches
300 per night

Regional matches
750 per night

International matches
1 500 per night
8.
OTHER EVENTS



Local entertainment
1 000 per show

Overseas entertainment
1 000 -3 000 per


show