Already at its young age, Battrick has spawned a variety of sites that provide useful information, tools, or simply just Battrick chat and articles. Please note that Battrick is not responsible for any of these sites or their content. If you feel that a worthy site that has been missed then please let us know via the Contact Us page.
Any tools used or downloaded from these external sites is done at your own risk. They are "third-party" and may or may not reflect correct values as used in the Battrick game; they should NOT be taken as correct over what the game itself shows!
|AtStumps||An offline Battrick Manager, for tracking of player training, matches as well as additional tools to help manage your side.|
|Batman||An exceptional tool to help track training, nets etc|
|BatStats||It's back! Want to know how your team measures up against the rest of the world? BatStats provides weekly team and league rankings for all Battrick teams.|
|Battrick Archiver||A downloadable Java application to help analyse your players' performances (no longer works).|
|Excel Spreadsheet||A tool for team selection and tracking.|
|haydn.thedt.net/battrick/||A site providing tools to help with player performance voting, pitch decisions, and training calculation.|
|Squall's Training Tool||Yup, a downloadable file for training|
|Talent Finder||An updated version of Scuffer and Tuhob's wage and training tool.|
|WombatNet||GM-Wombat's website with links to useful tools and spreadsheets, as well as results and stats for U19 and Nat World Cricket League matches.|
Some users are happy to share information they've picked up or discovered themselves on their own website.
|Badgers Cricket Club||Otherwise known as the Battrick Real Life Cricket team, is a site to help arrange and set up the Badgers' tour of the UK to meet other Battrickers with a game of ..... yep - Cricket!|
|Battrick Helpfile (keggut)||The helpfile contains vital info, useful links, as well as hints and tips for both newbie's and experienced users alike.|
|Battrick League||A community aimed at helping to promote your team, set up Sunday leagues and have a home for your team to record your records and statistics.|
|Battrick Training||TBennett93's training guide|
|Battrick Wiki||A wiki for all Battrick users to look up information, contribute their own tips and be a central place for downloadable tools and resources.|
|Jumpers for Wickets Fanzine||A fanzine full of Battrick articles and interviews and things.|
|PlanetCricket Battrick Forum||Fairly active and has quite a few useful members who are willing to help new and old members with any questions they have.|
|Sundance Battrick Resources||Pitch change helper and link to Jargon's workbook (Stadium, Financial Advisor and Press Officer help and calcualtions)|
|The Straight Bat||West Indies news Blog|
Links to the National Team off-site forums.
|Battrick Australia||Off-site forums, Resources and National team database for Australia|
|Battrick Bangladesh||Off-site forums and National team database for Bangladesh|
|Battrick England||Off-site forums and National team database for England|
|Battrick India||Off-site forums and National team database for India|
|Battrick New Zealand||Off-site forums and National team database for New Zealand|
|Battrick Pakistan||Off-site forums and National team database for Pakistan|
|Battrick Scotland||Off-site forum|
|Battrick South Africa||Off-site forums and National team database for South Africa|
|Battrick Sri Lanka||Off-site forums and National team database for Sri Lanka|
|Battrick United States of America||Off-site forums and National team database for United States of America|
|Battrick West Indies||Off-site forums and National team database for West Indies|
|Battrick Zimbabwe||Off-site forums and National team database for Zimbabwe|
Some other sites that you may be interested in.
|Backward Point||The creator of Battrick now brings you Backward Point, a cricketing website that publishes the view of you, the everyday cricket fan. We pride ourselves on being the man on the street, not the man in the commentary box.|
|Barmy Army||The Barmy Army is England's unofficial 12th man, supporting their team like no other fans everywhere from Pakistan to Perth. Being a Barmy Army member is about as addictive as Battrick.|
|Bharat Army||Bharat Army looks forward to providing a more committed and positive voice in support of the Indian team. We create and coordinate a true supporting force. Our identity will be recognised globally and synonymous with good fun, passion and commitment.|
|Hattrick||An online football management game that was the inspiration behind Battrick. Well worth visiting and joining up.|
|Online Game Review||OGR contains reviews and ratings for browser based games. Write a review and rate your favorite games here and check reviews from other players. Reviews are wanted for strategy, war, RPG and any similar game that you can play in a browser.|
Some cricket blogs that we like and hope you will too! These blogs are not actively monitored by the BT staff - if you find anything inappropriate on them, please let us know using the Contact Us form.
|Barmy Days, Crazy Nights and Cricket Dreams||An occasionally witty, more occasionally insightful but generally vaguely interesting blog|
|BT India Blogazine||Bt India Community's very own online magazine or rather blogazine!|
|Caribbean Cricket||The independent voice of West Indies cricket|
|Surrey Cricket Blog||One cricket nerd's means by which to vent his frustrations at Surrey, England and cricket in general.|
|The Spin||guardian.co.uk's weekly glance at the world of cricket|
|View from the Boundary||A Battrick player types out his views on real-life cricket|
These sites are a portal to the world of real life cricket giving you all the cricket coverage that you could wish for.
|Cricinfo||The premier site for cricket information on the web. Contains on screen text commentary as per Battrick for all major matches, as well as a massive archive of matches and stats.|
|ECB||The English Cricket Boards home site. Has links to many cricketing clubs around the UK.|
|ICC||The ICC are the international governing body for the game of cricket. Loads of information here.|
|Lords||A good site about cricket including the definitive laws of the game.|