SVGCA Inc. Revamps Website, More Changes To Come

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SVG Cricket Association revamps website, aims to capture a larger online fan base.

One of the new initiatives taken by the St. Vincent and the Grenadines Cricket Association is for a complete overhaul of their website. The new website promises to be more efficient, user friendly and responsive across all media devices.

Going for a new, modernized look, the real strength of the site will be the type of content that will be delivered. From the start of the 2016 calendar, all fixtures & scorecards for local cricket organized by the St. Vincent & the Grenadines Cricket Association, as well as matches involving the national teams, will be available online. There will be photo albums displayed with various cricket related photos.

For the first time in cricket history locally, batting and bowling stats will be available online, and will be automatically updated when scorecards have been uploaded online. No longer will there be a need for players and fans to wait until the end of the season, to know who are the leading players throughout the country.

While initially, the site will only display basic stats, such as most runs, most wickets etc, in the very near future, there will be more advanced statistics available. Players will be able to see a comprehensive breakdown of their total stats over a period of time, in all formats of the game. All stats will always be available online, so that players and fans in the future, can look back on the years gone by.

On the list of things to do to complete the revamp, their will be a bigger online presence among the social media platform. While the SVG Cricket Association is already active on Facebook, there will be a twitter and instagram account in the near future, as well as a possibility of a youtube channel.

By | 2016-12-22T02:24:33+00:00 January 6th, 2016|Categories: SVGCA News|0 Comments

About the Author:

Born and bred on Bequia, Jenry grew to love Cricket from a very tender age. Cricket has been a part of his lifestyle for as long as he can remember himself. He represented St. Vincent & the Grenadines at the national U19 level in 2008. He is now employed as a freelance accountant and part time, supplies cricket gears and works his magic with website design and web development. He currently serves as the treasurer for the St. Vincent and the Grenadines Cricket Association Inc.

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