Q: Why should I choose MyCricket Live Score?
A: MyCricket Live Score is the official grassroots Cricket scoring app, developed by Cricket Australia. Built in conjunction with grassroots scorers MyCricket offers a range of benefits FREE for Cricket Administrators.
Q: What’s the main differences between the MyCricket Scorer and MyCricket Live Score?
A: Cricket Australia acknowledges the Scorer app was not performing at an acceptable level for our scorers. MyCricket Live Score has a much cleaner scoring interface, significant performance improvements and offers excellent battery performance.
Q: Can I keep using the existing version of MyCricket Scorer app?
A: You can keep using the MyCricket Scorer app until the 31st of August 2017. Post this date matches scored via the MyCricket Scorer App will no longer sync to MyCricket. In addition MyCricket Scorer is no longer available for download via the Apple App Store or Google Play Store.
Q: Do I need a scorebook?
A: We recommend you ask your Club's association. At this point in time we recommend the use of 1x paper scorebook.
Q: How do I switch scorers during a match?
A: Click the 'Save and Exit' option in the top left of the screen. If another scorer is taking over to score the match using their login details click 'Save and Unlock'. The match will now be unlocked, ready for another scorer to take over.
Q: Can multiple scorers score one match?
A: Multiple scorers can score one match (as explained above). However, only one scorer is able to score the match live at any point in time.
Q: How much internet data does a match typically use?
A: Scoring a full day of Cricket (80 Overs) typically uses 500kb worth of data.
Q: What MyCricket Admin role does a scorer need to score via the app?
A: The Scorer needs 'Person Manager' and 'Results Manager' User roles via the MyCricket Admin site.
Q: What formats are supported?
A: MyCricket Live Score supports 2Day, 1Day, T20 (inc Super Over), Limited Overs, Split Innings, Pairs Cricket and in September 2017 it will also support the Junior Playing Formats.
Q: What operating systems are supported?
A: The current released version and preceding version of iOS and Android operating systems. Windows is not supported.
Q: Does the app have Wagon Wheels and Pitch Maps?
A: Not yet, Wagon Wheels will be delivered in October 2017 and Pitch maps are planned for later in the 2017/18 season.
A: If you don’t have an account, you should ask your MyCricket club contact to set you up with one.
If you already have an account but don’t have scoring rights or access to score a match, please contact the Principle Administrator at your club to request access.
A: Yes, there is – we call it Demo Mode. You can access Demo Mode from the menu on the Matches screen, or by tapping ‘Continue without logging in’ from the Login screen.
A: If you are already logged in, and you are on the Matches page, simply swipe down. Matches that have just been setup should populate in the list - providing they have been made active by the administrator on MyCricket.
A: it’s called a Custom match. You can create a custom match — with custom teams and players — by tapping the ‘Other Matches’ tab on the Matches screen, or by tapping ‘Continue without logging in’ from the Login screen. However, keep in mind that custom matches cannot be synced to MyCricket — they will only exist on your device.
Can multiple scorers be scoring the same game simultaneously?
A: Yes, multiple scorers can score the same game but only the first scorer to access the match, known as the Primary Scorer, will sync the score to MyCricket. Any subsequent scorers are known as Secondary scorers, and their scoring will remain on their device only, unless they take over scoring from the Primary scorer.
To switch scoring from a Primary scorer to a Secondary scorer:
- the Primary scorer must first save and unlock the match. The match then becomes available for a Secondary scorer to take over scoring.
- The new scorer will need to select the match and then download the latest scores (uploaded by the Primary scorer when the match was saved on Play-Cricket)
- The new scorer must then lock the match so they can become the Primary scorer. To lock the match, tap the Lock icon on the top of the Scoresheet.
A: You have four different options for fixing a mistake:
• You can undo any number of balls (in reverse order) by tapping the Undo icon on the Scoresheet.
• You can edit an individual ball or an entire over by tapping the Edit icon next to any ball or over in the Ball-by-ball list. If you are using MyCricket LiveScore on a phone, the Ball-by-ball list is available by tapping the ‘Edit’ tab on the Scoresheet.
• If you missed a delivery, you can insert it into an existing over. Simply tap the Insert icon next to any over, compose the ball, and then press Done.
• You can alter batting and bowling figures, as well as the total scores and wickets lost for any Innings, via the Scorecard. The Scorecard is available by tapping on the Menu icon on the Scoresheet, and selecting ‘View/Edit Scorecard’.
Q: Can I score a MyCricket match offline?
A: Yes, you can. You will first need to download the match from MyCricket when you have have access to the Internet. To do this, tap any MyCricket match on the Matches screen and select ‘Download’. This will save the match — as well as the player lists for both competing teams — to your device.
Then, when you wish to score offline, you can access your Downloaded matches either from the menu on the Matches screen, or by pressing ‘Continue without logging in’ from the Login screen.
A: You can end a match at any time. Simply tap the ‘Match Actions’ button (tablet users) or ‘Actions’ button (phone users) on the Scoresheet, select ‘End Match’, and then tap ‘Done’ on the proceeding screen.
If you are scoring in Summary mode, rather than ball-by-ball, you can tap the ‘End Match’ button on the Scorecard screen.
A: Simply login to the app with your MyCricket account, tap on your match and select ‘Continue Scoring’. Then, follow the End Match process (see previous FAQ item), and the scores will be synced to MyCricket.
A: During a match, you can access a PDF version of the scorecard by tapping on the Menu button on the Scoresheet and selecting ‘Export to PDF’. For a Completed match, just tap the match on the Matches screen and, once the scorecard loads, tap the Download button in the top right of the screen to access a PDF version.
Depending on the device you are using, you should be able to save, email, or print the PDF scorecard.
A: Absolutely. You can clear any ‘in progress’ MyCricket match by tapping the match on the Matches screen and selecting ‘Clear all data’.
Once the matches list reloads, you can start scoring again by tapping the same match and selecting ‘Start scoring’.
You can edit either of the Team lists by swiping left/right to view the desired Team, then select Edit Team to change the list, or Add More Players to add Players not already in the list.
A: Unfortunately, you will always need an internet connection to view the help content. If you know you will be scoring a match offline at the ground, we recommend printing the help content so you have a paper copy to take with you.
A: To extend the battery life of your device when using the app, use these tips:
- Reduce Screen Brightness.
- To stop your phone turning up the brightness every time it deems it necessary, turn Auto-Brightness off.
- While the screen is on, you're consuming power, so make sure that your device isn't awake when you don't need it to be.
- Disable Background App Refresh.
- Use Low Power/Battery Saver Mode.
- Turn off unnecessary radios such as GPS, Bluetooth and WiFi (The app will not use Bluetooth at any stage and, if you are using cellular data to connect, the WiFi can also be safely switched off).
- Turn off non-essential notifications such as those of email and messaging apps.
- To ensure that the battery doesn’t deplete during a game, charge device at every opportunity, for e.g. lunch break between two innings.