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scorecard

(skor′kard″)
Any method used to evaluate personal or institutional performance, e.g., the compliance of health care professionals with known standards of care, or the satisfaction of patients with their health care experiences.
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In the Ballymena SML, Dowie, Campbell and Bonnes were on the scoresheet as Harryville Homers saw off Clough Rangers by three goals to two.
"I got off the mark with the penalty and it is always good to get on the scoresheet, but the most important thing is the three points."
With six minutes remaining the perfect performance was wrapped up when Alexander-Arnold found himself on the scoresheet from the penalty spot.
Harding got his second shortly after the restart before Sean Oddy got on the scoresheet and turned provider for Bridge's second.
Racing, who continue to lie at the foot of the table, had Luke Wilson and Jason Davis on the scoresheet.
The Florida Supreme Court recently adopted amendments to Florida Rule of Criminal Procedure 3.992(b) (Supplemental Criminal Punishment Code Scoresheet).
Billy Kee and Calvin Zola were on the scoresheet, though Albion had to settle for a point as Gary McDonald's goal earned Morecambe a draw.
Carroll, who has registered in the Carling Cup already this campaign, admits finally getting his name on the scoresheet in the league is significant relief.
Boyd said: "We had a successful partnership at Rangers and one or other of us managed to get on the scoresheet in most games.
VILLA'S very own Richard the Lionhart was on the scoresheet once again at the weekend as Martin O'Neill's men went hunting for Tigers.
So even though I'm sure Chelsea will win at 4/9, with Didier Drogba on the scoresheet, Robinho is an interesting 10/1 to get the first of the game or 7/2 to score at any time.
Tai Natthaphong also went over twice and was joined on the scoresheet by Dan Wall, Ricky Jones, Ben Patt, Dan Croft, Ryan Gardner and Mitchell Rankine.