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About this app

Play-Cricket Scorer is the easy way to digitally score and automatically upload to Play-Cricket.com.

Built for recreational cricket, Play-Cricket Scorer provides all the detail of a traditional scoresheet making it easy for recreational scorers and powerful enough for regular scorers.

Using Play-Cricket Scorer, you can live score any game on Play-Cricket, or setup and score your own game whether at the beach, in the garden or at practise sessions.

Play-Cricket Scorer utilises technology to keep the cricket scorer at the centre of the game, providing functionality to live broadcast game events, statistics and results.

The powerful, simplified design allows scorers to focus on what really matters - scoring!

• Score a large variety of scoring combination such as single-innings or two-innings games.
• Score your own casual match (including Pairs cricket), with custom teams and custom players.
• Search, select, re-order and assign roles (Cpt and Wkt) to players in your team.
• View a ball-by-ball breakdown of the current innings and view scores in a traditional scorecard.
• Choose to automatically upload all game data, including team and player statistics, in real time to Play-Cricket.com, with a live connection. Alternatively, select to auto upload when a connection is available post-match.
• Full editing controls for both individual balls and entire overs, including the ability to change bowler, fielder, dismissal type, scoring type, runs and much more.
• Customise your scoring, including Overs per innings, maximum overs per bowler, balls per over and more.
• Option to manage rain affected games using integrated Duckworth-Lewis (Standard) calculations.
• Share results and statistics on social media platforms, including Facebook and Twitter.
• Easily recover or resume scoring a partially-completed game from any compatible device.
• Comprehensive in-app help system, covering all screens of the Play-Cricket Scorer app.
Updated on
Jan 24, 2024

Data safety

Safety starts with understanding how developers collect and share your data. Data privacy and security practices may vary based on your use, region, and age. The developer provided this information and may update it over time.
No data shared with third parties
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This app may collect these data types
App activity, App info and performance, and Device or other IDs
Data isn’t encrypted
Data can’t be deleted

Ratings and reviews

221 reviews
Kevin Roome
February 8, 2024
An improved app in the 2023 season, hoping for fixes to various quirks though where the app doesn't deal with situiations well including player retirements in batting and then returning to bat later in the innings. Facility to select a unsure catcher helps in fielding. Highly recommend that if scoring on a tablet that you have an active internet connection through a hot spot so the scorecard is syncing to the play-cricket site. Issues
Andy Rushton
June 4, 2023
Needs fixing desperately. At the moment it's unusable without pencil and paper backup thanks to unfixed bugs. Today we had a player coming back in after retiring on 50 - it set his score back to 0 and removed him from number 3 in the batting order. Using undo can lead to different players in the live scoring and ball by ball sections. It's obsessed with choosing a wicket keeper before it'll let you move on at the selection stage. I could go on...
2 people found this review helpful
A Google user
May 20, 2019
Huge potential, but very difficult to use in the field unless player names all set up in advance, which is impossible at the level the kids are playing at as you never quite know who is going to turn up and often don't know player surnames. The faculty to edit player names after a match has started (not assign nicknames) would be the single biggest improvement as it was this that led to the phone being ditched in favour of the trusty (and infinitely editable) paper scoresheet. Fingers crossed.
9 people found this review helpful
England and Wales Cricket Board
May 21, 2019
Hi Rustic, Thanks for the review, if you would like to further discuss your views and concerns, please contact us at play.cricket@ecb.co.uk and we will be happy to help.

What's new

* Fixed an issue with the DLS target/par scores not populating at the beginning of the 2nd batting team's innings.