You can select which clubs, seasons, teams (1st, 2nd XI etc.), days (Sat, Sun etc.) and types of match (friendlies, league etc.) are included in the reports and can even select just matches against a particular opposition or played at a particular ground.
You can choose how the reports are sorted (by average, total runs, name etc.), specify a qualification criteria where appropriate (a minimum number of innings, runs etc.) and select what data appears in the reports (e.g. the number of innings, matches, total runs, highest score, average etc.).
The resulting reports can be printed, viewed on screen, exported to HTML files for publishing on a web site or exported to other Windows applications (e.g. Spreadsheets, Word Processors or Desk Top Publishing packages).
If you need to produce sets of reports on a regular basis, you can set up Macros to do this automatically from a single command.
If you have previously been using a spreadsheet, database are even another cricket statistics package to record your club's statistics, there is no need to re-enter all that data as (suitably formatted) historic statistics can be incorporated in most Cricket Statistics for Windows reports.