Thanks for adding the unknown wickets option. The time difference stopped me replying last night.
As far as I can see, the unknown wickets would have to be included in the wickets total? Here are a few scenarios:
(This is the one I am using). I know the team score (eg 4/150), but have no details about those four wickets. The only way I can display the four wickets in the team total is by listing the batsmen as being dismissed - but I would prefer to use "Unknown" rather than "Bowled". Bu not including the wickets in the total, I can't use this approach
A user is adding a scorecard, but the dismissal type for a player (or players) isn't known. But they still know the overall score, so would need these dismissals to be included in the team score
The only way I can see that it may be useful to not include the "unknown" wickets (there may be more!) is if you don't know who was out or not out in a scorecard. So you had 11 scores, but no idea who was in or out. In that case, it would be wrong to add them all as wickets? But not sure how common that scenario would be?