Information about Submitting Scores, News (Simcoe Region Local League)

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Oct 06, 2014 | Webmaster | 6989 views
Information about Submitting Scores
The process for submitting scores to the SRLL has been updated for the 2016-2017 hockey season. With the League and the majority of its member Associations now using TheOneDB as the official stats & standings platform, posting scores by your team score reporter is easier than ever.

See the "Important Documents" library for a downloadable instruction sheet explaining how the process works, as outlined and explained here:

Linked Associations

If your team is from; Bradford, East Gwillimbury, Innisfil, Lefroy, Nobleking, Richmond Hill, Schomberg, Thornton, TNT

Your own association's website is using MBSportsWeb and therefore is "LINKED" to the TheOneDB. Your coach or manager should already have been provided with a login to your association/team website as a "Team Webmaster". That person can simply login and go to their Control Panel to post scores for their own team's games, and can even post the scores from a mobile device. Scores posted are immediately updated on that team's association website, the SRLL website, and even the opponent's association website if they are one of the associations listed above.

Non-Linked Associations

If your team is from; Beeton

Your own association's website is not run by MBSportsWeb so you are "NOT LINKED". The centre contact or scheduler from your association will be able to use their login for TheOneDB to create a "Score Reporter" account (usually a coach or manager) for each of their teams. When that account is created, that person should automatically get an email notification with their password. For those teams to post a score, they will visit, login, and go to the Scores area. After selecting their team they'll be able to select a game (as long as the score hasn't already been posted) and submit it there. Once Submitted, the SRLL website, and the opponent's website if linked, are immediately updated. This can be done on a mobile phone, tablet, or traditional desktop browser.

If you notice that a score has been posted incorrectly please do not try to contact the league or convenors. The league will still receive a copy of the game sheet, and once received the league will verify each score to ensure it is correct. Any errors will be found and fixed in the appropriate amount of time.

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