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Submitted By Webmaster on Monday, November 9, 2015
If you see a score posted on this site as 0-0, and that wasn't the score for the game, then you might be wondering why that is the case.  If a game sheet hasn't been received by a convenor in the appropriate amount of time, the score may be changed to 0-0.  Every convenor checks every one of their game scores to ensure it is correct once they have received the game sheet.  So the only way to fix a 0-0 score is to get the game sheet to the convenor.  Thanks for your cooperation and understanding.

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