KricketScoreboard keeps scores of cricket matches. It also lets you to analyze the innings, batsmen and bowlers. For each ball delivered, the scorekeeper must mark in about 4 places in a specially designed scorebook. Done manually, this can lead to errors and incorrect scores. With KricketScoreboard, recording a delivery is as it is as simple as pressing one button; plus, it records more information that can be recorded in a cricket score book.
DocumentationUser README included
released on 5 October 2004
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|GPLv2orlater||Janet Casey||14 February 2003|
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