Perhaps the least true-to-life accessory in the cricket range, the scoreboard was introduced in the 1968/69 season and subsequently became a feature in the Test Match Edition.
As an accessory, it was launched in boxes featuring the stumps and ball logo (below left) the packaging was updated along with the rest of the range in the 70s.
The scoreboard can be found in a variety of colours. The pale version (3rd from left above) is the oldest version, followed by mid-blue and then the darker version. The white lettered version is the least common, found mainly in Test Edition sets and also in boxes of another table top cricket game, Test Match Cricket, for which Subbuteo supplied some parts.