The QCSA has released the Handbook on Scoring 2015, the second edition of its definitive guide to the art of scoring a cricket match.
"Cricket is a dynamic game, and the demands on scorers are constantly changing," said association President Cliff Howard.
"This new edition now includes sections on super overs, computer scoring and media liaison, as well as updating the previous content."
"We want our members to have access to the latest information, whether they are newer members just starting out, or seasoned veterans."
The QCSA produced the handbook to support all those interested in scoring - from the novice taking up scoring for the love of the game, to those seeking to score at the highest level.
The handbook starts from the basics - what equipment you will need, how to complete various sections of a scorebook - but even experienced scorers will find it helpful, as it explains situations you might only come across rarely, or that only apply at higher levels of cricket.
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