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Title: CricketArchive  
Author: World Heritage Encyclopedia
Language: English
Subject: David Archer (umpire), Tom Cooper (cricketer), Colin Dredge, Nick Browne (cricketer), Doug Bracewell
Collection: Cricket Websites
Publisher: World Heritage Encyclopedia


Web address CricketArchive
Commercial? Yes
Type of site
Cricket related website
Available in English
Owner The Cricketer Publishing Limited
Current status Active

CricketArchive is a website that aims to provide a comprehensive archive of records relating to the sport of cricket. It claims to be the most comprehensive cricket database on the internet, including scorecards for all matches of first-class cricket (including Test cricket), List A cricket (including One Day Internationals), Women's Test cricket and Women's One-day Internationals, ICC Trophy, and international Under-19 cricket "Test" and one-day cricket matches. It is working on completing its coverage of English Second XI and other matches, including extensive coverage of UK club cricket. Its general editors are Peter Griffiths and Philip Bailey.

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