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Benefits for owners...

How it works - simple and effective

Ropey Ladder sports ladders are simple, traditional sports ladders - no ratings systems or complicated ranking.  You challenge a player above you on the ladder, and if you beat them, you move above them - it's as simple as that!

See "Benefits for players" (below) for more information on how The Ropey Ladder works.

Features...

  • Full control of your ladder:

    • remove and add players at your discretion
    • move players up and down
    • make, cancel and forfeit challenges on players' behalfs
    • put players on holiday, or take them off holiday
    • set the amount of days holiday a player has
    • give players free challenges
    • edit all challenge comments

  • Send email invitations to join your ladder

  • Printable version of the ladder to use with players who have no internet access

  • Control most aspects of how your ladder works - the number of places a player can challenge etc...

  • Find a sponsor for your ladder and set your own sponsorship rates

Benefits...

  • Even if you already run a paper based ladder, consider moving it to The Ropey Ladder, or running one on the Ropey Ladder as well - while a paper-based ladder may suit some players, an online ladder will suit others.

  • Increase the numbers of matches played at your club or leisure centre - this could significantly increasing your revenues

  • Attract new players to your club or leisure centre

  • A great way to encourage participation in sport at school, college and university

  • Reduce the time spent running the ladder to virtually nothing

  • A much more effective way of running a sports ladder - no paper or card on the wall, and much easier for players to find out where they are and make challenges

  • Potentially earn 100s from sponsorship of your ladder (this functionality has not yet been implemented)

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