League tables

These league tables are generated from the written records that DipSoc has of games played from Michaelmas 1996 onwards. Please point out any errors (misspelled names, broken links, etc) to the committee.

League tables by season:

An explanation of the algorithm used to score the games can be found on this page.
There is an additional record of all all-day games.
The data files used to generate the tables 1996-2007 are also available


Aberration (2)
Ancient Mediterranean (1)
Bretwalda (17)
Cantabrigia (12)
Classical (2)
Colonial (5)
Devolution (3)
Double Modern (2)
Heptarchy (7)
Lunacy (1)
Modern (11)
Octarine (7)
Sail Ho! (1)
Standard (138)
Youngstown (2)


Q: How many games are included in the statistics?
A: 221

Q: What is the total number of years played in these games?
A: 992

Q: What power in Standard has the highest average score?
A: France (56.15)

Q: What is the lowest score ever achieved in a Standard game?
A: 3.51 (Austria in LX in 2002/2003 season)

Q: Who has played the largest number of games?
A: Johannes Nordström (76)

Q: How many Geoffs are there in the DipSoc records?
A: 4 (Geoff Bache, Geoff Simons, Geoff Tolley and Geoff Meakin)

Q: Are men ridiculously overrepresented in the records?
A: Yes. 96.2% of the player entries are men.

Q: Who made these useless pages anyway?
A: The scripts used to generate the league tables were originally written by Gaute Strokkenes and have been modified by Johannes Nordström.

Updated 2007-10-23
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