To facilitate the requirement for teams to submit their results on to the League Database, by accessing specific pages, each Secretary will be issued with a login password, for their club, to be used in conjunction with their personal email address.

They will be able to access full details of the league referees and the specific referee allocated to their individual fixtures.

 Following on from Directive 6 they will be able to submit their result, as required by the league.

 The league will hold each secretary responsible for completing the information submissions required by the deadlines stipulated. Any silly mistakes that results in the data tables being unable to show updates will be classed as a submission failure by the offending team who will then be fined in accordance with the league directives.

 Submitting incorrect data will be looked on a serious offence.

 All submissions are dated and timed by the system itself and teams will be automatically fined if they fail to report before the specified deadlines (as shown in directive 6)


 If the secretary is going away, or on holiday, and will not be available to submit any specific result, the Secretary

 (1) must advise the league of the specific dates.

 (2) must arrange for an alternate club official to submit the result.

 Any temporary official designated to submit results or access login required pages will be issued a temporary password, to their own email address, for the period it is required only. The simple passing on of original passwords will (1) not work and (2) will be treated as a team not following directives of the league with fines issued in accordance with league directives.

 Temporary login passwords will be issued upon application to the web site technical controller and will only work for the dates specified originally.

 Secretaries will be able to access and submit from their mobile devices, so there can be no excuses accepted for lateness.

 Only in the most extreme cases will the league accept the results of a game in any other manner than the method prescribed.