We had another "Can you believe it?" moment on my team. Ladies day league, first match of the season. I was out of town, so I asked Karen to babysit the team. This included putting out a lineup and administering the match. Karen sends out a lineup and I see a problem. Hannah is in the lineup, but I know Hannah is nursing an ailing family member. I tell Karen she had better check with Hannah about whether she can play and registration if she stays in the lineup. There is a flurry of messages, and Hannah is replaced. Karen attends the match but does not print a scoresheet, using a blank piece of paper instead. We win all three courts. When Karen goes to enter the scores, she learns that Janet on Court One forgot to register. League rules say a court is defaulted if an unregistered player plays. Defaulting team owes other team $68 in case of default. I write to league coordinator and opposing captain. I suggest that the scores be entered after Janet registers and we let the issue slide. The reason is that reversing the court won't change the outcome, the players did get to play the match, and there is no post-season. Question: What should happen, and who should pay for the court?