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Management

Club Championship Ladder (CCL) allows a managing organisation to set up a combination of regular ladders (RL) across multiple grades so that each individual club within those grades can be ranked accordingly.

The current calculated points of the dependent RLs are used to calculate the total points for the CCL.

Working with CCLs:

Click the  Add New Club Championship Ladder link to create a new CCL or the Edit icon to make changes to an existing CCL

Title Heading that will appear in drop-down lists and as the heading of the publicly displayed CCL.
DescriptionInformation about the CCL displayed below the heading of the publicly displayed CCL.
Ladder Calculation Method
  • Method 1: Points earned for each team in a club (as per the current ladders) are multiplied by the grade weighting factors. The points are then added across each team in a club to give the total for that club.

  • Method 2: Points earned for each team in a club (as per the current ladders) are multiplied by the grade weighting factors. This figure is then divided by the number of matches played by each team. The points are then added across each team in a club, then divided by the total number of teams in the club to give the total for that club.

Sort orderControls the order in which CCLs display on public sites within a season.
Number decimal places 
Include adjustments from dependent laddersIf checked, any ladder adjustments that have been made to dependent RLs are included.
Include bonus points from dependent laddersIf checked, any automatically calculated bonus points that have been added to dependent RLs are included.
Visible on public sitesControls whether the CCL is visible on public sites or not. If unchecked the ladder will not be visible.
Grades

List of grades for the selected season are displayed here.

  • Check or uncheck any grades to include or exclude from the CCL.

  • The default weighting factor for each grade is 1.0, which means the calculated points for that grade is multiplied by 1.0. However, different grades can be give more or less weighting (from 0 to 99.9999) if required. Each CCL can have different weighting factors for each grade. All points - including all adjustments - are weighted by this factor.

  • Usually Ladder Number 1 can be selected for each grade. However, if multiple RLs have been setup for that grade (withing the selected season), a different number can be entered. The system does not validate this number, so if a number is entered that doesn't exist, the grade will effectively be excluded from the calculation.

  • Any grades that have a disabled season setting of Ladders & Fixture are published for this grade will not be included in the calculations.

 

 

Note

  • Any number of CCLs can be set up for a particular season.
  • Each CCL can include all grades within the managing organisation, or optionally a subset of grades.
  • Each included grade can be assigned a weighting, and if multiple RLs have been set up in that grade, can use any one of these ladders.
  • Each CCL can optionally include or exclude any bonus points or adjustment points of dependent RLs.
  • Adjustments can be added separately for each CCL.
  • CCLs will calculate when any dependent RL calculates (e.g. overnight) or can be calculated on demand.
  • Ladders that have had ladder adjustments entered cannot be deleted. In this case the adjustments must first be deleted.

Adjustments

The points for any club within a CCL can be adjusted up or down as necessary, provided the grade/season is not locked.

Adjustment information is available on the publicly displayed CCL.

Adjustment Details:

Grade Select the grade that the adjustment applies to. Select 'No Specific Grade' if you don't wish to specify a particular grade - in this case a weighting factor of 1.00 will be applied. Only the grades that have been included in the CCL will be shown.
Club The list of clubs within the selected grade is displayed. Select the club that the adjustment applies to.
Points 

Enter the number of points for the adjustment as either a positive or negative number (eg 4, -3, 5.5 etc). Enter the 'unweighted' points - that is, the points before any applicable grade weighting factors are applied.

Comment Enter the reason for the adjustment

 

 

Note

  • Adjusting the CCL is not the same as adjusting a regular ladder, although adjustments from the RL can optionally be included within the CCL.
  • Adjustments aren't included in the CCL until it is next recalculated.