A typical UKDBA table:
|2||Warwick Warriors I||9||7||1||1||85||41||+44||122|
|3||Warwick Warriors II||9||4||2||3||74||52||+22||98|
|4||Winchester Bullets 1||9||4||1||4||68||58||+10||90|
|5||Portsmouth Purple Cobras A||9||3||0||6||50||76||-26||65|
|7||Winchester Bullets 2||9||2||1||6||46||80||-34||58|
|8||Imperial Wolverines I||9||1||1||7||40||86||-46||47|
How is everything calculated?
A match is made up of 5 games, each of which lasts a total of 3 minutes. A game win nets the winning team +2 points, a draw +1 point, and a loss +0 points.
An overall match win nets the winning team an additional +5 points, a draw +2 points, and a loss +0 points.
The For column is the total game points won by that team, while the Against column is the total game points taken off that team by their opponents; the Diff (difference) column is the points for minus the points against.
The Pts (points) column is the total number of points won by that team, including both game points and match points.
The PO (players on) column is the total number of players that team has had left on court at the end of each game.
Table hierarchy: Pts > PO > Diff