Solo leagues explained
A solo league is where individuals compete against each other on a regular basis. In each round, the administrator(s) of the solo league sets the match line-up between players and then enters the results at the end of the round. You can create multiple divisions to cater to different standards of players. The players are awarded points based on their results and the standings tables are updated. In effect, think of it as a team league, but each team only has one player or partnership.