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There have been a number of enhancements made to the PlayHQ platform over the past month – read this article to keep up with the play!
Individual Player and Grade Statistics are now accessible through PlayHQ, meaning you can check your personal and team statistics for the 2022-23 season thus far.
If you have registered through PlayHQ, you will have a profile which you can filter by competition to see your statistics.
At the bottom of your profile, there will also be statistics that encompass all grades during the season.
We know how important statistics are to cricket and are glad to be able to share this development with you.
How do I access statistics?
To find for your Individual & Grade Statistics, click here.
How do PlayHQ stats work?
PlayHQ automatically pulls your statistics at the completion of a match. Note that, if you have been entered as a “Fill-In”, these stats will not be attributed to your profile.
If the scorecard from your match is incomplete, statistics will not show on your profile. Your Competition Admin can retrospectively add in scorecard details to ensure you have your stats.
Learn how to add in scores by clicking here. Alternatively, contact your local cricket association.
Why can’t I find my name in the statistics?
If you can’t find your name in the statistics, it may be because you have your profile set to ‘Private’. For more information on how to make your profile public, click here.
To submit a query via NZC’s ZenDesk, please click here.
Do you have a Finals Eligibility criteria for your league (for example, a minimum number of games required to be played in a grade to be eligible to contest finals)?
If so, make sure you have this grade setting turned on. It’s okay to turn this on at any time during the season.
If finals eligibility is ON and a player has not qualified, they cannot be added to a lineup without being made eligible.
For a “How To Guide” on setting up Finals Eligibility,click here.
To view PlayHQ’s release notes around their recent platform releases, click here.