Am only providing two pieces of information at present, but hope you find them interesting and/or entertaining. Feedback and corrections are always welcome.
I have dropped the Weekly leader and Leader game by game section, for obvious reasons. If and when Dania gets it together so Tiger can put that valuable weekly information together, I will go back to it. So the section now includes 2 items.
1. Top 5 Trifecta combinations. I have tried to be exhaustive, so you get more than the tiny leading trifecta numbers given on the stat sheet. Caution: I make no claim to complete accuracy on this, or any of the other pieces of information in my blog. ALWAYS CHECK THE STAT SHEET. THAT IS THE OFFICIAL INFORMATION. USE (IF YOU WISH), ANYTHING I PROVIDE IN THIS AREA WITH EXTREME CAUTION. PLEASE LET ME KNOW IF YOU THINK THIS IS AN INAPPROPRIATE THING FOR ME TO KEEP TRACK OF.
2. Daily performance leading winners. Who wins the most games every day. Game numbers, post numbers, partners. I am in the process of cumulating what I have so that you'll know who has had the most top winning performances, and what the most wins in a performance is.
The Dania information I keep on performance winners is updated after each performance on the right side of my blog where I keep "latest results." I have also set it up so that you can see that part of the blog on a mobile phone (which you couldn't before).
340 posts and counting going back to 2016 (with a hiatus in 2018). Covers all 14 Basque Pelota sports in Ipparalde (North Basque Country--we call it France) and Hegoalde (South Basque Country--we call it Spain).
10 pages of specialized accounting (player win-loss records, recurring information better kept in its own place,etc.) For Jai Alai, I cover Dania, Fronton Mexico, and Partido action throughout the year (professional and amateur) in the Basque Country. Also cover professional sports: Mano and Main Nue (handball), Pala Larga (Professional sport--implement is a 32 oz, 18 inch bat--big bat), Remonte--firmer and narrower cesta than Jai Alai, cesta is used as a raquet, several different variations of paddle ball, and Jai Alai ancestor sports (joko garbi, pasaka, rebot, bote luzea). I am the only person on the planet who covers all of this in English--not sure whether I should boast about that or get medical help.