When the match is through, simply click the email button and send your scores off to your league organizer for posting! Handy Edit button allows for quick and easy end score correction!
Singles contains 30 Ends. Pairs, Triples and Fours contain 21 Ends. Scroll view contains all Ends. Use your finger to scroll up and down to see the individual End scores.
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It is easy to use featured application for Lawn Tennis Statistics to be used personally or for someone.
* Saving the Matches stats of single game.
* Saving the Matches stats of Double game.
* Keeping all the players information’s.
* Keeping all the Matches scores.
* Easy Navigation.
* Keeping Winners of the Matches.
* Saving and loading scores
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The Little East Conference officially began on April 28, 1986 as a playing conference for men's and women's basketball among six New England institutions: Eastern Connecticut State University, Plymouth State University (formerly Plymouth State College), Rhode Island College, University of Massachusetts Dartmouth (formerly Southeastern Massachusetts University), the University of Massachusetts Boston and the University of Southern Maine. From the beginning, the conference was officially recognized by the NCAA.
The number of sports contested in the conference has grown to include men's and women's soccer, baseball, men's and women's cross country, men's and women's indoor track, men's and women's outdoor track, men's lacrosse, softball, men's and women's tennis and volleyball, as well as the original men's and women's basketball. The number of participating institutions rose to seven with the addition of Western Connecticut State University in 1993-94 and then to eight for the 1997-98 year as Keene State College joined.
Along with planning for the inclusion of new sports within the conference, the LEC's cross country, indoor and outdoor track and field programs are participating in an innovative joint program with the MASACAC conference to determine New England Alliance championships. Events contested are scored within each conference and for the Alliance as well.
The first tab shows the rounds, with updated results to date. It is possible to swipe from one round to another one, or to use the corresponding menu option. If Wi-Fi connection is available, the game scores are updated during the matches.
The second tab shows the ranking of the teams, point reporting, number of games, wins, draws and losses, goals scored, conceded and goal difference per team.
The third tab shows the top scorer players.
Suggestions for improvements and bug reports are welcome :)
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Football = Soccer
The tournament manager allows for managing customized tournamnets on your android device.
With this App your are capable of managing both, tournaments on gaming consols as well as real matches on the soccer ground.
In the current version the App supports tournaments with up to 15 participants (players / teams).
The points for victory and draw can be easily adjusted by the user. Or the user can awarded points per goal for a tournament. Furthermore there is an option for creating additional rounds. The current standings of the tournament can be conveniently shared with other Apps on your device.
It lets you create leagues tables/ladders for tournaments or competitions and keep track of the scores for games by simply:
- entering a name for your league table/ladder;
- setting how many points you get for a win or draw in that league;
- adding teams or individuals to the league;
- recording the scores of matches between those teams or individuals;
- sharing the tables you've created with anyone you want by embedding the table in your own website or blog or sharing it with your friends on Facebook!
You might be at a sports tournament? Or gaming with friends? And you need to make a league table. Whether it's Soccer, Rugby, Hockey, Basketball, Futsal, Football, real or virtual, maybe even FIFA Ultimate Team or Call Of Duty (CoD) on the Xbox, PS3 or Wii, whatever really, chances are you could use SportsTables to compile the results of the competition and create a league table for you.
Its particularly useful for PES and FIFA or youth/school sports events.
Buy the full version of SportsTables to get the same features as the free version
Create more than 1 table.
Import tables on other devices.
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It can be used to organise 5 a side football tournaments, fifa/pro evo tournaments, as well as many other sports.
Originally designed for tablets and larger screens.
A very basic knock-out system where teams are randomly placed against another team with the losing team being knocked out.
Group Stages + Knock-out
This feature firstly places the teams randomly into groups of 4 teams where the top 2 teams of each group go through to the knock-out stages. During this group stage each team is given a relevant skill level which is then used to strategically put teams against each other in the knock-out stages to try to lead to a climactic final.
Group Stages + Ladder
Again teams placed into a random groups of 4 to determine a skill level but instead of only the top 2 teams getting through to the next round, all of the teams are put into a ladder where the algorithms will attempt to match teams against teams of a similar skill without playing the same team multiple times. The ladder stage will continue to produce matches as long as the user wants. The overall table is updated to determine the winner when needed.
Updates planned to improved the matching algorithms as well as adding new features such as saving tournaments, saving teams and uploading tournaments and scores for games to a website.
This free version of the application only allows you to use the basic knock-out feature of the application to give users a feel for the app. Please buy the app to get access to the more advanced features which implement the more complicated algorithms to try to give teams more satisfaction during the tournament.