From the Cruddle – February 2014

From the Cruddle
From the Cruddle

First of all our apologies.

We should have done a better job of informing you about the happenings at our Cricket Huddle. But better late than never. Going forward, the plan is to give you a Crickethuddle update every month, for everything that’s happened at our crib.


After receiving your amazing feedback, good, bad and ugly; which we thoroughly appreciate, we are finally ready to show you what we have been working on these past couple of weeks.

Homepage gets a Facelift.

We gave our homepage a duly deserved facelift. You asked for a fresh look and more stable interface, we are providing it  to you.

Testimonials making a difference

We are pleased with the testimonials and thank you messages that we have been receiving.

Right from 7 year old cricket prodigy’s to Under 19 Indian Cricketing talent, our intention is to act upon the feedback you give us in a timely manner. Positive feedback helps us raise our bar and negative feedback makes us work even harder. We do appreciate both!

Unearthing Cricketing stories

Our inspiration behind starting CricketHuddle has been to bring the untold stories of cricket to the forefront. The unknown bloggers, the unseen cricketers and the loudest cricketing cheerleaders now have a platform. Our first story outlined the life history of Darren Talbot. If you want the entire article check it out here.

Babysteps to Crickethuddle

You asked for it. We decided to give you.

Newbies to the website asked for a Getting Started Series, which would give them tips and tricks on the best possible ways to use CricketHuddle. This is why we have created the Getting started series. Hopefully it will help you navigate more effectively through our webpages. Here is a link to the first episode of the Getting started with CH series.

Final thoughts

At the end of the day, we want to sail in the same direction our Cruddlers like you want to go. We hope to bring you cricketing experiences making your life easier. Let us know what you think. You can leave us a comment, tweet us @crickethuddle or send us an email at

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