I have done that in the past, identifying which QSOs were outside the club territory in the “Soapbox” section of the header. I think it worked, but it is an awkward way to do things. - Duffey KK6MC
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On Jul 13, 2022, at 14:43, Jonesy W3DHJ via groups.io <mailserver@...> wrote:
On Wed, 13 Jul 2022, James Duffey wrote:
I think for CQ WW VHF as long as part of the rove is within clubYep, the ARRL rules are more complicated. The rover needs to submit a
territory, the entire score counts. That is not the way it is for ARRL
contest though. I will check the rules. - Duffey KK6MC
Curious I am:
What would a 5-Land rover do if they started at their club center in
Brownsville, Texas and rovered all the way to International Falls,
summary sheet for the contacts _outside_ the club circle.
Although I dunno how you put a summary sheet into Cabrillo format.
The CQ rules have always seemed simple - yet vague at the margins.