Those interested in joining the QCSA can do so for free by downloading and submitting our membership form. All members should aspire to complete, as a minimum, a Certificate of Competency from the QCSA by completing a short test of their knowledge (see By-law 2 below).
As a QCSA scorer, you are expected to hold a blue card, but you are regarded as a volunteer, so there will be no need to pay a fee. If you undertake other non-QCSA activities that require a Blue Card, you will need to check if those activities require a fee to be paid.
Go to the Blue Card Services website, then select Apply for a Blue Card.
QCSA By-laws and codes
You can download the complete handbook here, or view individual sections.
The QCSA Scoring Tips is a two page document detailing the basics of scoring. These sheets can be printed and attached inside the front cover of your scorebook and are a ready resource for players who find themselves needing to do their own scoring.
The standard QCSA running sheet is available as a PDF, or if you would like to make adaptations to suit your own preferences, it is available an Excel file.
You can see how different scorers use their running sheets here.
Some alternative running sheets that you might like to trial are also available:
The key thing is to see what works for you and adapt if necessary.
Scorecards and calculators