CricHQ is a New Zealand technology company that develops smart phone and tablet based cricket scoring, coaching and performance tracking tools. CricHQ and The PCA have formalised a global partnership, with the aim of making this extraordinary technology available to cricketers of all levels from Grandstands down to Grassroots.
CricHQ was established by New Zealand businessman Simon Baker with the help of two of New Zealand Crickets biggest names, Stephen Fleming and Brendon McCullum.
CricHQ developed NatWest CricHQ in 2010 and in little under a year has become the only smart phone scoring application with an endorsement from the ECB. NatWest CricHQ makes scoring fast, easy and fun and requires no experience. Scorers, parents, coaches and players can score games, capture statistics and view scorecards live ball by ball online at CricHQ.com. NatWest CricHQ also integrates with PlayCricket.com saving the volunteers of the game valuable time every weekend.
If you can’t make it down to the park to watch the game all matches scored on NatWest CricHQ will be displayed live ball by ball online and can be accompanied with commentary relating to the each delivery. You can track what’s going on throughout the UK by checking out CricHQ.com
Every match scored will also calculate the official MVP points previously only available at the elite level of the sport and made possible by the PCA partnership giving the players the opportunity to compare themselves to their heroes.
3D Wagon Wheels and Pitch Maps are also available on Natwest CricHQ, and the company have developed coaching tools with the help of a number of National Governing bodies that will break down the barriers for those being introduced to the game for the first time. This tool will grow to provide training management and high performance solutions for the more seasoned coaches who want to measure players training inputs as well as their statistical outputs that are being captured with NatWest CricHQ.
“We’re genuinely excited about the prospect of displaying all cricket from around the UK and displaying it live online in a way that will rival the online coverage of an international fixture”
Stephen Fleming, CricHQ Director
“I’m loving the fact that when I’m away on tour I can check in on how my boy is getting on in his game back home”
Brendon McCullum, CricHQ Director
“This is a terrific innovation which will be of great benefit to our recreational game and a fantastic tool for the thousands of scorers nationwide who play such an important role at the grassroots level”
John Perrera, ECB Commercial Director