Cricket skills assessment is one of the most important test that cricketers go through from time to time to determine the competency of their skills and strengths in comparison to his/her previous statistics. Being one of the most detailed sports tests, it is a highly accurate test if conducted carefully and is a superb machinery when it comes to predicting the future of the cricketer. This assessment tool can also prove beneficial in providing the right guide for the improvement of the player. Quality assessment in cricket is a complex task that is performed by understanding the combination of individual activities a player is able to perform and by assessing how well these activities are performed.

Cricket pitch or mark out an area of the right length. In full batting kit (including bat) the batter takes three runs as quickly as possible. 3 times with a full recovery.
Do as many press ups as you can in a minute. Repeat twice more with a full recovery and record the best result.
Out of 10 Working with a coach or training partner, identify 3 key points for each skill. For example, the basic action could include hip rotation, head position and follow through.For each of these points, get yourself marked out of 10. This then gives you a number to work towards as you work on your technique.
Out of 12 Marked target on the net or pitch. Depending on the bowler the target could be the stumps themselves or you could use tape on the pitch. See how many times out of 10 you can hit the target.
Place a ball 25 yards from a wicketkeeper over the stumps. Pickup and throw the ball in to the keeper. Record the number of times you get the ball to the gloves out of 20. If the keeper has to take a pace away from the stumps to take the ball you so not score a point.
Place the ball 5 yards form the stumps. Pick up and underarm throw at the stumps. Record the number of times the ball hits out of 12.
Have a ball throw or hit to you from 30 yards. Record the number of successful catches out of 20.
Have a wicketkeeper or coach roll the ball out to a marker 10 yards from the stumps. Pick up with 1 or 2 hands (depending on the test type) and return to the keeper. Record the number of clean pick ups out of 12.