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A. Wallington
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ZX Spectrum 48K

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Chris Bourne


THE CRICKET season has begun so it is a good idea to have a program which will keep track of players' averages.

Cricket Averages for the 48K Spectrum will keep track of all the details you will need to keep up-to-date with your home team and if you are managing a local club you will be able to organise play round the results produced by the program.

Names of players, batting and bowling must first be entered and that can then be sorted by the computer into alphabetical and numerical order. That will take about two minutes, which is extremely slow for the amount of data which you can include in the program.

You will then have a list of players and their averages which you can store on tape. Once you have created a file, amending it is easy. All you have to do is push the correct menu option and the computer will prompt you for the information which is necessary.

Once you have entered the data you will be able to look at individual player records, bowling averages and catches taken. The batting averages of each player or all the team can also be accessed.

For the cricket enthusiast the tape will prove invaluable. More details of Cricket Averages can be obtained from Spartan CC, 29 Feltham Aye, East Moseley, Surrey KT8 9BJ.

Memory: 48K