Display of data from Game Day App in SKED
When a team scorer or admin submits a game day team or a result for a fixture, their team name will appear as a hyperlink in the SKED™ draws and results tab. Clicking the team name will populate a PDF of the game day team, and the submission provided by that team. The admin/scorers name, and submission time is published in the top right-hand corner of the game day team sheet.
Note: Fixtures will not appear in the app until the fixture is Published in SKED.
If the SKED admin has Publish Team enabled, this will display the game day team to the public in the draws & results website widget by way of a hyperlink beneath the team name in the draw.
A scorer will be able to submit a score for their own team. When a score has been submitted by only one team, OR when both teams submit the same final score, the score will appear in Sporty in Black, and the game day team sheet for the scorer’s own team will update to reflect the game events and final score submitted.
Referee/Umpire score submissions
If a referee submits a score, their submission is identified as final, and over-rides a conflicting score submitted by either team. If the referee score matches the score submitted by the OWN team, the game event assignment to players by the own team will be retained. A referee submission of Red Card, Yellow Card, Blue card assigned against a player number is identified as definitive unless modified by a SKED admin. To view a referee submission, click the V between the two names, which will become a hyperlink after a referee submits a score through the app.
Clicking the pencil icon next to each team name also displays the game events and game day team submitted for the fixture.
Modifying a score submission from within SKED
A SKED administrator can review the game events by opening a team sheet PDF and if editing is required, click the pencil icon next to the team’s result to make changes directly in SKED. Any changes made directly in SKED will update the final score and game events but will NOT update the game day team sheets submitted by the scorers, these Game Day PDF team sheets will ALWAYS represent the score submitted by the scorer through the app.
Population of game events
• When both team scorers agree on the score and the game events associated with the score, the game events will be populated against players by their 'own team' submission.
• If the game is scored by only one team, their version of the game events will be populated providing no referee/umpire score is received, or if the referee/umpire score submission lists game events against unknown players.
• If the game is not scored by either team, the referee/umpires version of game events will be populated.
• If a scorer submits a team sheet only, and does not score the game, but the game is scored by the opposition team, the gameday team sheet for the non-scoring team will display 0-0 as this represents that no submission for the score was made by the OWN team admin.
• If a scorer submits a score but no team sheet, the result only will be displayed in SKED in the results field.
Scorer or referee/umpire comments
If a team admin submits a comment when they submit the result, the team name will be highlighted in blue in SKED. If a referee/umpire submits a comment, the V between the two names will be highlighted in blue. The comments will appear on the Team Sheet or in a CSV fixture report exported from SKED.
If two scorers from opposing teams submit differing game events or game scores, and no referee/umpire score has been received, the home team's (team on left side of draw) score submission will display on the draws & results website widget and in SKED as Red to indicate it is contested.
In the example below, the scorers agreed on the score for Venom, but had differing scores entered for WCRN.
In the example below, the scorers had differing scores for both teams.
The website view of the result will be in Red to indicate the score is contested.
A SKED administrator can verify a contested score by clicking on the team names in SKED draws & results to view the PDF submission of the game from each scorer, and use this to aid their investigation into what the score should be. When editing a score, the SKED administrator should use the edit pencil next to the score and NOT simply over-type the result, this will preserve the game scoring events that have been assigned to players from the original app score submission.
App view of contested scores
In the app, the score will display in Red to indicate the score is contested. Users have the ability to edit the score through the app when the final score is listed as contested.