Michael,E Michael White wrote:Before I go ferreting around can you confirm that when you say for example, you need P N Wallis's grade for the 68/69 season, you want the grade published approx Aug 1968 ( which was 202 ) and not at the end of the 68/69 season published approx Aug 69 ( which was 200 ).
Thank you very much for this - I'm delighted! The grades I am looking for are those as close as possible to the start of the season, so yes that would be the list published in August 1968, when Bob's grade had dropped down to its, then, lowest ebb, 3a/215. When you supply the grades, would you be so kind as to quote also the date when the particular list was published, please?
Just to make sure we are on the same wavelength, here are the grades I'm using for RGW:
1976 220* *indicates provisional or less than 20 games
N.B. The reason I have put quotes around the earlier grades, is that I have confirmed that the quoted name was the official name for the list; I have yet to do that beyond 1965, but will do that soon - it just ensures that there is no confusion about what grades are being spoken about.
Don't throw them out! If you really, really, really need the space, I can always make a home for them, I have great need for that sort of stuff!E Michael White wrote:I probably have some of the pre 1972 grades you need. I recently began clearing out my attic and came across some boxes from about 4 house moves ago and havent thrown them out yet.