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    Default New Score Card design

    I've been using this one for about 3 years now.

    I love how simple it is both during the match and after (math...).

    What do ya' think?



    Sized for a 4x6 type holder but I had it originally sized for the smaller size wallet also.

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    Default Re: New Score Card design

    A couple of questions: How do you mark converted vs unconverted tries? Where do you track carding and sin-bin time?

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    Default Re: New Score Card design

    I have no idea how to use that !

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    Default Re: New Score Card design

    Not for me, my head doesn't work that way - if it works for others then great

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    Default Re: New Score Card design

    Seriously, how does it work ?
    Let's say red scored a converted try after 10 mins
    Then at 15 mins blue score pK
    Then at 20 red score a try, miss the conversion

    What would the scorecard look like ?

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    Default Re: New Score Card design

    All great questions.

    Here's a fill-out version one:
    Attachment 3971

    Back with penalty:
    Attachment 3972
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    Default Re: New Score Card design

    Not sure that helped me.

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    Default Re: New Score Card design

    Here's a blank back - penalty side:
    Card-Back-blank.jpg

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    Default Re: New Score Card design

    Scoring - illustrated:
    Attachment 3974

    So, if you add up the Try's first (in the Pasadena side (left), you can see 5 boxes have been marked - ignoring how many slashes for now.

    Breaks down like this:
    Attachment 3976
    Explaining it is much harder then actually using it (famous last words, I know).

    See if this makes sense to you guys then ask away.

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    Last edited by Patrick; 17-02-20 at 21:02. Reason: math error
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    Default Re: New Score Card design

    Quote Originally Posted by crossref View Post
    Seriously, how does it work ?
    Let's say red scored a converted try after 10 mins
    Then at 15 mins blue score pK
    Then at 20 red score a try, miss the conversion

    What would the scorecard look like ?
    Genuine question. Why do you need to record the time of the score (try, PK, FG) or whether a goal kick missed (it doesnt score anything)??? Or do you do that for your own OCD reasons (to help justify your score at the end of the game should there be a dispute)?
    Tell em it's Law 23 and smile

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