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LauraSB
Is it worth doing a monstering record for YP after games on here after a game?
As we are constantly changing ref's we are unlikely to know if some poor person has had to monster a section very week in the last year for example. Other option is me buying a notepad and leave in at the caves in a plastic bag.
BBB
Surely the booking forms should have all that recorded either because they booked to monster or it will have been written on the sheets by the Desk staff if they have booked/swapped to monster on the day?

That said I'm not sure if Booking forms are archived by the CMT.

BBB
LauraSB
QUOTE(BBB @ Nov 22 2016, 01:28 PM) *
Surely the booking forms should have all that recorded either because they booked to monster or it will have been written on the sheets by the Desk staff if they have booked/swapped to monster on the day?

That said I'm not sure if Booking forms are archived by the CMT.

BBB


Just wondered if it is easier to just have it here? I never asked to look at booking forms after they are given to desk
Padallen
QUOTE(LauraSB @ Nov 22 2016, 01:12 PM) *
Is it worth doing a monstering record for YP after games on here after a game?
As we are constantly changing ref's we are unlikely to know if some poor person has had to monster a section very week in the last year for example. Other option is me buying a notepad and leave in at the caves in a plastic bag.

Well done Laura this is a great idea, I noticed the book recently!
YP Ref please remember to look at this at the beginning of the day and write it up at the end of the day!!

YP's beware we are now tracking this!!! :-)

You should be aiming to monster a minimum of one section for every three you play! :-)
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