Each match card can have a player of the match selected.
The player can be selected by the administrator entering the score, based on a selection marked on the match card, if your league supports this; or
The administrator can select a player based on their opinion of the match result, when this happens the computer automatically makes a suggestion for player of the match based on the following calculation:
Sets For (the number of sets the player wins in the whole match)
if tied on the above, then by the least games against (the number of games (ends, rubbers) against, in the whole match)
if tied on the above, then by the biggest points difference (the difference in the number of points for and against, in the whole match)
if tied on the above, then by the most games for (the number of games (ends, rubbers) for, in the whole match)
Note: Doubles matches are not counted in these calculations.
Bristol & District Table Tennis League was formed in October 1902 and is currently recognised as the oldest table tennis league in the world. It is one of the largest local leagues in the country with over 400 players playing in 8 divisions.
Any new players interested in playing table tennis, either for fun or in the league can contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org