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    Default Re: Score information

    Quote Originally Posted by Decorily View Post
    Related question.....
    If at the end of a game you have a score which both teams disagree with and both teams agree that the score should be x what do you do?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Decorily View Post
    Related question.....
    If at the end of a game you have a score which both teams disagree with and both teams agree that the score should be x what do you do?
    Get together with both coaches and go through the game score by score.
    I mark all missed kicks as well as successful ones on my card, so I can tell if I have forgotten to mark one down.

    If at the end you still can't agree you as the referee have to make a decision, but the odd time it has happened the above process has highlighted where the discrepancy lies.

    I also now use an App on my Apple watch to keep the score, alongside my card. I check the two against each other at downtime. The App gives a running total.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zebra1922 View Post
    This assumes you keep a running total. Many referees do not.
    I record twice, once on Apple Watch (shows me running score at a glance), and tally marks on scoresheet. When jogging back after a score I try to tally up the score to make sure both are consistent - mistakes do happen / only human etc

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    Quote Originally Posted by Phil E View Post

    I also now use an App on my Apple watch to keep the score, alongside my card. I check the two against each other at downtime. The App gives a running total.
    Jinx!

    Quote Originally Posted by Phil E View Post
    Get together with both coaches and go through the game score by score.
    I mark all missed kicks as well as successful ones on my card, so I can tell if I have forgotten to mark one down.
    I like this idea though, will be stealing this one I think.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Flish View Post
    I record twice, once on Apple Watch (shows me running score at a glance), and tally marks on scoresheet. When jogging back after a score I try to tally up the score to make sure both are consistent - mistakes do happen / only human etc
    Jogging back after a score. You're not a proper L9 referee.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lee Lifeson-Peart View Post
    Jogging back after a score. You're not a proper L9 referee.
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