14.4.1. Each target will have two scorecards one of which may be electronic. If there is a discrepancy in the arrow values between an electronic and a paper score card, the paper card will take precedence.
The organisers are not required to accept or record scorecards that have not been signed, and/or do not contain the sum total, and/or the number of 10's and/or the number of X's (or 9s for indoor) and/or which contain mathematical errors.
The organisers or officials are not required to verify the accuracy of any submitted scorecard, however if the organisers or the officials note an error at the time of submission, they will ask the athletes concerned to correct such error and the result as corrected will stand.
Should a discrepancy be found in the sum total where:
-two paper scorecards are used, the sum total of the lower arrow scores will be used for the final result; if the score on a single scorecard (and in the case of double scoring, the score is the same on each scorecard), is lower than the actual score, the lower score on the scorecard will be used, and if
-one paper scorecard and one electronic scorecard are used, the sum total of the paper scorecard will be used for the final result unless the sum total reflected on the scorecard is greater than the actual score (in which case the lower actual score is used).