Stats update - round 11

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  1. Fluffy

    By:FluffyMay 22, 2006
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    Here are the top 5's

    Metres total
    Watmough 1303
    Kite 1211
    BK 1128
    Matai 1117
    Bell 973
    Bryant 973

    Metres avg
    BK 125
    Matai 124
    Kite 121
    Watmough 118
    Bell 97

    Total tackles
    Watmoug 336
    Burns 312
    Menzies 274
    Monas 249
    BK 222

    Avg Tackles
    Watmough 31
    Burns 28
    Beaver 27
    Monas 23
    King 19

    Mistackles
    Burns 44
    Beaver 38
    Matai 36
    Monas 34
    Orford 29

    Avg Mistackles
    Matai 4
    Burns 4
    Beaver 3.8
    Monas 3.1
    Orford 2.6

    Best % effective
    Willo 95.2
    BK 94.9
    Steppa 93.6
    Watmough 92.6
    Bell 91.4
    Note both Tutt and Glenn stewart are at 92%

    erros
    Beaver 16
    Watmough 16
    Orford 15
    Matai 11
    Hicks 11

    Avg errors
    Beaver 1.6
    watmough 1.45
    orford 1.36
    stewy 1.25
    matai 1.2

    Least errors
    Willo 1
    Dunley 2
    Monas 3
    Bryant 3
    King 4
    Bell 4
    Steppa 4

    Not including player who have played less than 5 games
     
  2. Utility Player

    By:Utility PlayerMay 22, 2006
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    Good stuff Fluffy, makes you wonder how Choc missed out on a city country spot. His handleing woes were obviousely more obviouse than Beavers.
     
  3. Nutzcraw

    By:NutzcrawMay 22, 2006
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    Thanks for that fluffy,

    Made for good reading
     
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    By:CameronMay 22, 2006
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    great work mate

    makes some interesting reading
     
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    By:Jatz CrackersMay 22, 2006
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    << am speechless. Probably will have something poignant to say in near future. Until then, hmmmmmmmmmm. Cheers & thanks for the info Fluffy.
     
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    By:Canteen WorkerMay 22, 2006
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    Very revealing though stats only reveal part of the total picture. (I had to say that!)

    Beaver is very versatile which means he gets picked in a way that Choc won't. Certain positions impact on stats - backs generally defend one on one and wingers etc have to field kicks meaning that error comparisons are fairly pointless.
     
  7. Fluffy

    By:FluffyMay 23, 2006
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    to true CW however you can compare winger to wingers and centres to centres etc

    Interestingly steppa has a very good tackle % this year, having played mostly on the wing - always good to see big improvements like that.
     
  8. byso

    By:bysoMay 23, 2006
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    Good reading, it's also good to see that BK isn't way ahead of the rest.
    Also interesting to see that King still doesn't feature to much in there.

    It would be good to see penalties conceded, apparently Burns features high up in that list for the NRL. Top 3.
     
  9. Fluffy

    By:FluffyMay 23, 2006
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    king is at 96m per game and about 89% effective tackles so just off the list on both of those - his stats read allright even comparing to our number 1 prop
     
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    By:DSM5May 23, 2006
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    Does the '% effective tackled' mean that the tackled player wasn't able to get the ball away? I noticed two tackles in the storm game where Burns jolted the ball loose, of course meaning our possession. He's small so he has to jump to secure the ball thereby making himself vulnerable to stupid referees thinking his hits are on the highside. I think he's the one player who'se really got the side going this year. Made the 5/8 position strong and secure for us after years of stuffing around.
     
  11. Fluffy

    By:FluffyMay 23, 2006
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    % effective is how many you tackles you make out of how many attempted (made +missed)

    ie 90% effective means 10% of tackles missed or 1 out of 10 tackles missed
     
  12. byso

    By:bysoMay 23, 2006
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    I'm starting to agree with this view on Burns, I notice that he's learning to shut his trap. If he cuts out the penalties he'll get even better.

    I saw him pushing around Walker, not a hard task. But bloody funny :)
     
  13. The Gronk

    By:The GronkMay 23, 2006
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    Give him enough time next to Orford and he will develop his attack. I think he will be one of our key players in a couple of years time.
     
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