Guidance for Stats Officers Please submit all results in the format (Comp Code) space Div (number).pdf So 25yd individual league div 5 would be sent as ISRR Div 5.pdf It would help greatly if you could convert xls or doc formats to PDF as it will make the site work efficiently. BOGIES There is some confusion re bogies so here is the quick explanation. If you have a division with a bogey to start it is advisable to download the “Bogey” score sheet. It will work out everything for you, otherwise it is the rounded average of the shooter who is against the bogey not the shooters average. On a %imp div the bogey must be given an average and the score set to match giving %imp throughout. The shooter has to improve on their own average to win. Some divisions are run on a “super league basis” in that the division of 6 is split in two, it varies quite just how it is split. In those divisions shooter from the lower divisions can take points from the higher div shooters but can only win the division they are in. From a stats officer point of view you will need to do nothing extra, the score sheet is set sort it all out Stats Officers Info
If a shooter drops out before starting then a Bogey is substituted. The bogey is the rounded up or down of the shooter competing, not the shooter who has dropped out. If a shooter drops out after starting then NCR applies.