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Viewing a grade's regular season fixture

Once you've generated a fixture for a grade, it will be available for you to view anytime, within the grade. This article will provide you with an overview of a grade's regular season fixture page. For more information on a finals fixture, see the viewing a grade's finals fixture article. 

Viewing a grade's regular season fixture

  • Select the Grade name (that you want to view the fixture for) or the "View Fixture" button on a Grade within a Season's Grade list.
  • You'll arrive on the regular season fixture for the grade. Use the screenshot and table below to understand the elements of the page:


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Section
Description

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Fixtures, Ladders, and Settings tabs
The fixtures, ladder and settings tabs assist with navigation between these elements in the selected grade.
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Regular Season and Finals fixture tabs
The regular season and finals fixture tabs navigate between the regular season and finals (if available) fixture.
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Add a Game
The 'Add a game' button allows you to add regular season games to your fixture. Learn how to do this in the add a regular season game to your grade's fixture article.
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Round details
The round banner groups the date(s) and games related to the round.
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Date
The date, or dates that games are scheduled for/took place on will appear under date groupings within a round.
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Game details
A game details row includes the following:
  • Home and Away teams
  • Each team's outcome (e.g. Win, Loss, Draw, Forfeit, Disqualification), if game is finalised
  • Team scores
  • Time of the game–this could be TBC
  • Venue and court–this could be TBC
  • Game status–see cell below
  • Game options–see cell below Game status
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Game status
The game status indicates the current state of a game. One of the following values may apply to a game at any given time:
  • Upcoming - The game is in the future and has not had scores entered / been finalised.
  • Pending - The game start time has passed but scores have not been entered / game has not been finalised.
  • Final - The game has been finalised–either via scores being entered or from marking a team(s) as forfeited / disqualified.
  • AbandonedThe game has been abandoned.
  • CancelledThe game has been cancelled.
Learn more about scoring and updating games in the Game Day details and scoring section.
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Game options
When selecting the ellipses, the following options are displayed:
Select the links below to learn more about each option:
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