Example: Match Report Score Sheet

Posted by SCRRS Website Committee on March 7th, 2011

After your match, please take care with the match report to completely fill in the score, breaking down the final score into penalties, drop goals, conversions, and tries. Please check your math! As the season reaches the pointy end, the scoring categories can be used to break ties between teams.

Here is an example of a properly scored match report:

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one + = 10

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