I attempt to get the stats out by the weekend. In some cases, work and life will delay that. Recently, delays can be attributed to some behind the scenes working of the website. More often than not, though, I hold off because of a lack of sent scoresheets.
1) Please scan or fax the score sheet. It makes life a lot easier if I can receive them in a PDF format.
2) As a captain it is your responsibility to ensure the sheet get to me in a timely manner. If I do not receive the sheets by weeks end, I will record the match as a 0-21 loss for both teams. Don’t trust your scores to the team you just beat the pants off.
3) Fax 1 sheet at a time. If you are sending in the other team’s sheet (read rule number 2), please send that separately from yours. That way I can easily file them away in folders and can easily compare them side by side.
4) Use a pen not a pencil to print legibly. A pencil gets faded out on the sheet and can be virtually impossible to see sometimes.
5) Last names are a must. This has been harped on for years. If you do not include a last name on a new player that game will count as a forfeit. If that player plays in a doubles game then the doubles game is a forfeit as well. No more exceptions will be made.
6) If you are a team captain you need to have a working email that you check regularly. If there is a discrepancy, I need to be able to contact you to correct it.
7) Know the team that you are playing and what date it is. It is confusing to have Team A show that they are playing another team that they really are not, and to not have a date or week number to reference makes it really hard to track down.
8) If you are rescheduling a match, let me know. I don’t need to know when, but only that it is still pending. (read rule #2 to see why you need to let me know)
9) We are now at the halfway point, any new player added to your roster, or any substitution needs to be Board approved.