All competitions this season will be administered using the CricHQ on line scoring system
Y2, Y3 & Y4 Grades
For all Y2, Y3 & Y4 grades, the match must be scored on paper score sheets. Each team will have been provided with a number of these score sheets at the start of the season. More copies can be downloaded for printing by clicking here.
The Basic Scorecard (i.e. net runs and total wickets for each innings) may also be entered on CricHQ . However it is optional for these grades to enter the full scorecard.
Girls and Y5+ Grades
For all Girls and Y5+ grades the match should be "Live Scored" using the App. (This will be the source of data for Prizegivings). The match can be live scored "online" or "offline" after you have been set up as an administrator for your Team.
If you are choosing to score the match "online" you will need mobile data to download the match at the ground. Once the match is scored you simply upload the match and it will automatically sync it to the CricHQ cloud.
If you choose to score the match "offline" you will need to download the match from home via Wifi. Once the match has been downloaded you can live score the match "offline" and upload it when you get home. Once the match is uploaded it will automatically sync it to the CricHQ cloud.
As a back up, manual score sheets can be downloaded by clicking here.
Please Note: If the match is not live scored the batting average (is overstated) and fielding stats (are understated) which means it is not recorded correctly. Therefore if the system crashes we recommend you score the match ball-by-ball after match.
HELP WITH CricHQ
1) How to input the scorecards manually when the App is not used:
For full details on how enter a Basic Scorecard manually into CricHQ go to:
2) How to score the match using the CricHQ app:
Download the App from:
Go to: https://support.crichq.com/hc/en-us/articles/218041068-Full-video-tutorial-learn-to-score - this a 20-minute video so best to view it at least one day before the game.
Note: when selecting players, if you have "ring-ins" then:
If they are players from another PCC team you should be able to find them in the Club Members list and add them in.
If they are not current PCC members then select “Create Player” – Then contact Steve Hurdley (email@example.com) on Monday to add the player’s details.
1. Find the button on the bottom of any page on the CricHQ website called “Need some help?” Or,
2. Visit: https://support.crichq.com/ for:
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
Or to “Leave a message” find the green tab on the bottom right of the window to get your questions answered directly by CricHQ