Another really obscure bug, that probably makes no difference to anyone, but thought I may as well post it!
This concerns a batsman who in days gone by would be marked as "Absent". That no longer exists in the Laws, but how you should deal with it is open to interpretation. Should they be "Retired Not Out"? Should they be "Retired Out"? There's an argument they should be "Timed Out"
But whatever the answer, Cricket Statz should deal with it in the same way, and currently it deals with the situation in different ways, depending on where you view the info.
Here is the card.
If I then look at the player's page (https://www2.cricketstatz.com/ss/showplayer.aspx?mode=0&club=4575&playerid=322090&mininns=&minruns=&minovers=&team=&grade=0&pool=Sen&season=00&finals=0&mtype=0), on the summary, he is listed as not having an innings. Of the three matches he has played, he batted in the other two, and this innings where he retired is the third one. I reckon this is correct.
The Complete Summary Report (https://www2.cricketstatz.com/ss/runreport2.aspx?mode=39&club=4575&grade=0&ground=&mtype=&pool=Sen&sday=1&smonth=Jan&sYear=1919&eday=31&emonth=Dec&eYear=2020&finals=0&team=0&oppteam=0&round=&mininns=0) shows the same thing - 3 matches, 2 innings.
However on the same Player Page, go to all the other tabs (eg By Division, By Season. By Team etc) and they all list this as being an innings . Is it listed as being the same as a 0* - in the instance below it is the match against "Merrion 1"
So I'm not that bothered which way it is displayed, but it should be the same way wherever you look at it!