MEN'S SUPER LEAGUE
I have been asked to explain
how the Super League Averages are worked out.
It is how you do them on score sheet.
x 501. minus score left,
divided by the arrows used.
So if you have played say 10 matches. I do not
add your averages together and divide by 10.
It is the number of legs x 501, minus
score left, divided
by arrows used.
this gives a true average.
By just adding the averages together you can
end up being several points out.
Hope this helps
NORMAN (Three Coopers)
SWALES (Great Ayton)
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