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Monaghan V Orford: The Stats, Head to Head

Discussion in 'Rugby League Forum' started by fLIP, Jun 5, 2005.

  1. fLIP

    fLIP UFO Hunter

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    Age:

    Monaghan: 13/05/1980 - 25 years old
    Orford: 22/04/1978 - 27 years old

    Height:

    Monaghan: 180cm
    Orford: 172cm

    Weight:

    Monaghan: 84kgs
    Orford: 78kgs

    Appearances This Season:

    Monaghan: 12
    Orford: 12

    Trys:

    Monaghan: 5
    Orford: 7

    Tackles:

    Monaghan: 219, Averages 18.3 Per Game
    Orford: 145, Averages 12.1 Per Game

    Offloads:

    Monaghan: 9, Averages 0.8 Per Game
    Orford: 4, Averages 0.3 Per Game

    Kicks:

    Monaghan: 122, Averages 10.2 Per Game
    Orford: 127, Averages 10.6 Per Game

    Try Assists:

    Monaghan: 9
    Orford: 14

    Line Breaks:

    Monaghan: 6
    Orford: 8

    Hitups:

    Monaghan: 77
    Orford: 61

    Metres Gained:

    Monaghan: 503
    Orford: 657

    Dummy Half Runs:

    Monaghan: 7
    Orford: 3

    Errors:

    Monaghan: 30
    Orford: 21

    Missed Tackles:

    Monaghan: 28
    Orford: 36
     
  2. KaZa

    KaZa Well-Known Member

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    not much in it. Orford probably just better in attack and Monas is defence.

    Monas seems to work harder in games as well. But what these stats do tell is that Orford is not worth 200k extra. That is certain. He hasnt even played Origin or Test footy.

    Monas is also younger than Orford and has time to be better than Orford is.
     
  3. Matabele

    Matabele Well-Known Member

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    Half backs are in the side for their attack, not their defence.

    I see you're back Flip?
     
  4. KaZa

    KaZa Well-Known Member

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    no thats where your wrong Mata. Their in the side for both. Monas attack aint as bad as you make out though.
     
  5. Matabele

    Matabele Well-Known Member

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    Then the Broncos should drop Lockyer and the Bulldogs Sherwin, seeing as they miss so many tackles.
     
  6. KaZa

    KaZa Well-Known Member

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    I never said they should be dropped.

    Best halfback in the world is Andrew Johns and he has both good attack and defence. Geoff Toovey is another great example.
     
  7. Fluffy

    Fluffy Well-Known Member

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    go watch NFL if you want that 2 seperate teams stuff.

    all 17 players are in the side for attack AND defence.

    Thats why we are where we are.
     
  8. PEPSI

    PEPSI Active Member

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    With the greatest respect to the great man, Tooves was never a great attacking half back, individually brilliant, ie running at the line/gaps etc but setting up plays wasnt his strength, BUT he complimented a bloke called Cliffy Lyons who was the best ball playing 5/8 this club has had since Bozo.

    When Tooves lost Cliffy, how long was it till he was moved to Hooker ? I wont place monaghs in the toovey class, however there games are quite simlilar except Tooves was yards quicker of the mark.
     
  9. byso

    byso Well-Known Member

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    Monas has won more games in the possition as well! this year.
     

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