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Brian Papworth
Jun 07, 2020
In Questions
When inputting some scorecards from many years ago, I have come across a 2 innings game where it was played as a 12-a-side match (it was a tour match). In the first innings, all twelve players batted although fortunately number 12 was 0 not out. The second and third innings were declared before number 12 got in. There wasn't a fourth innings. I don't see any way that I can enter the details for the twelfth man. Is that correct?
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Brian Papworth
Aug 27, 2018
In Questions
I have started to run the end of season reports for my Club and have discovered a small problem in the two Partnership reports. The 5th wicket partnership shows the batsmen as CJK Hempsey and ML Smit as can be seen in this link. https://www2.cricketstatz.com/ss/runreport2.aspx?mode=49&club=17369&grade=0&ground=&mtype=&pool=&sday=1&smonth=Jan&sYear=2018&eday=31&emonth=Dec&eYear=2018&finals=0&team=0&oppteam=0&round=&mininns=0&minruns=0&minovers=0&fowpos=0&batpos=0 However, if you look at the match in question, you can see that the partnership was actually between JPC Hempsey and ML Smit. https://www2.cricketstatz.com/ss/editcricketinningsb.aspx?innsid=345064 The problem occurs in both the Top Partnerships and Top Partnerships by Wicket reports.
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Brian Papworth
Jan 31, 2018
In Questions
Can you remove match ID 123527? There does not seem to be any way for me to do it. I inadvertently entered my club for the second innings of this match, having already entered their batting details for the first innings of the match. Although I could go back and amend the team name, the batsmen shown for the second innings were for my team. I cannot work out any way to fix this so the easiest thing to do is to remove the match and I will enter it again. It might be useful if the system could prevent this error happening in the future. If you are careless like me, then it is quite an easy thing to do!
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