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2000-2001 POM Scoring System

By: Rob Sedgwick
Date: 09/07/2000

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After much discussion and chat we have decided to have a rethink of the points scoring system.

The revised scoring system is.

  • 1 point for each entry.
  • 2 points for the right outcome (i.e. win, lose or draw as per your prediction)
  • 2 points for the right score for the Grimsby
  • 2 points for the right score for the opposition
  • 3 points for the right Grimsby scorer (provided a scorer is named). Own goals do not count, and the first non-own goal scored by a Grimsby player constitutes the first goal.
  • 1 point if Grimsby score 0 goals (and you predicted this)
  • 5 points bonus for a Nostradamus POM (a perfect prediction)

The total points score possible for each game is now 15 for a scoring game, 13 if Grimsby score 0 goals, you predict this AND get the other team's score right!

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