Official Team Manual
APA/CPA Official Team Manual for League Years 2023/2024, 2024/2025 & 2025/2026
How To Use Scoresheets And Score Matches
HOW TO SCORE MASTERS
Masters is a non-handicapped format; therefore, it is only necessary to indicate the winner of each game.
Once the players lag, the winner of the lag has the choice of format to be played first, 8-Ball or 9-Ball, or the first break in the match.
A. The Player Section
List the player who will break the first rack on top. Fill in the team numbers, players’ last names and first initials and the players’ numbers from the rosters above.
B. The Scoring Section
Once a format has been chosen, the entire set of that format must be completed before moving to the other format. There are separate blocks for each game in each format.
a. 9-Ball Games & 8-Ball Games: Write an “X” on the appropriate game block to indicate the winner of each game. Use the top row for the player listed on top and the bottom row for the player listed on the bottom.
b. 9OS, 9B&R, 8OB and 8B&R: Make a tally mark for each 9-on-the-Snap, 9-Ball Break-and-Run, 8-on-the-Break and 8-Ball Break-and-Run for each player. Use the top row for the player listed on top and the bottom row for the player listed on the bottom.
c. Score: Write in the total number of games won by each player, using the top block for the player listed on the top and the bottom block for the player listed on the bottom.
C. Team Captains’ Signature Section
A space is provided along the bottom of the scoresheet for the Team Captain’s signature, team number and total Match Points Earned for each team.
More information on scorekeeping is available at poolplayers.com.