We all know how important the cricket score sheet is at the end of the day’s play – whether it is to determine the winner in a tight game, or for bragging rights in the most wickets column, there are few players who don’t check the book on their way off the park.
Scoring is a great way to watch cricket and stay involved in the action. Scorers can fill the role in the match they’re playing in, or serve as the official scorer for their team or club.
Scoring opportunities exist not just in local cricket, but in high profile matches at Manuka Oval, or even interstate.
Contact Andrew Scotford, Territory Umpire and Scorers Coordinator.