See also the article on Reporting Results and News, and the jargon dictionary.
The abbreviations used to report the score when a ball has been peeled to the peg and pegged out are shown below.
Peeling abbreviations are reported as lower-case when part of a score +26tp and in upper case when referred to in text, for example: He completed two TPs, a QnP and a TPO in the match.
|STP||straight triple peel|
|STPO||straight triple peel on the opponent|
|TPO||triple peel on opponent & winning game|
|OTP||triple peel on opponent & losing game|
|TPO(t)||triple peel on opponent & win on time|
|OQP||quadruple on opponent & losing game|
|QPO||a winning quadruple on the opponent|
|OQnP||quintuple on opponent & losing game|
|QnPO||a winning quintuple|
|OSxP||sextuple on opponent & losing game|
|SxPO||winning sextuple on the opponent|
|SxPO(t)||winning sextuple on the opponent on time|
|NnP||nontuple peel (nine hoops)|
Note that (t) indicates the game finished on time, not by pegging out and is shown above with a few abbreviations to indicate how it is used - it can apply whenever the game is not won immediately as a result of pegging out in the peeling turn.