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Jim Park Analysis 2023

I'll probably have to leave the Voting thread open until next weekend, as I doubt I'll be able to do anything to it with another midweek game. But get voting! The more the merrier!
Live Long and Prosper!

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Reply #1
AFL Round 1:   Carlton vs Richmond
One that got away? Perhaps. We really should have won it, but at least we didn’t lose.

Trends:
[1]   We managed 15 voters this round, which may not be huge, but it is a measure of how many people use this site these days. It was only one down from this game last year, which was a tremendous win. Hopefully we can keep this level up throughout the season.

[2]   The rating was 8.22, which is close enough to a C+. There was a large range in ratings, far more so than for most matches: some voters were disappointed and let it show, while others were less pessimistic. Fair enough: every sees the game differently.
This time last the rating was 9.58, but that was for a win.

[3]   16 players managed to get at least 1 vote, which suggests that a lot of players made a contribution. When we had a big win, we often managed 19 last year. Not sure if that trend will continue.

[4]   The average vote for this game was 27, which also shoes the level of satisfaction in voters. Scores of 31 are more common when we win, while 23 or 24 do happen when we lose.

[5]   Last years Patrick Cripps had a huge number of votes (342) in an epic win. This time it was Lewis Young who stood out with 340 votes. George Hewett scored 230 to be 2nd.

[6]   4 players managed 100 votes or more, a measure that shows how dominant our players can be. This time last year our 4 main mids all got over 100 votes. This time only 2 mids managed it. The others were defenders.

[7]   Three players, Young, Hewett and Docherty, managed votes from everyone. Weitering missed 2.

[8]   We blooded 3 recruits for this game, of which one, Ollie Hollands, managed a vote. As a general rule, the better our debutants fare in this game, the better we perform.

[9]   This one was a game for defenders. We were thrashed in the middle, as can be identified by the lack of votes from many of our best midfielders.

Votes:
Young, Lewis 340
Hewett, George 230
Docherty, Sam 197
Weitering, Jacob 143
McKay, Harrison 91
Curnow, Charles 52
Saad, Adam 49
Cripps, Patrick 44
McGovern, Mitchell 27
Cerra, Adam 19
de Koning, Tom 19
Kennedy, Matthew 11
Newman, Nicholas 11
Motlop, Jesse 11
Hollands, Oliver 5
Curnow, Edward 3

Progressive Voting:
340 - Young, Lewis (0)
231 - Hewett, George (0)
198 - Docherty, Sam (0)
143 - Weitering, Jacob (0)
72 - McKay, Harrison (0)
53 - Curnow, Charles (0)
50 - Saad, Adam (0)
44 - Cripps, Patrick (0)
28 - McGovern, Mitchell (0)
20 - Cerra, Adam (0)
20 - de Koning, Tom (0)
11 - Kennedy, Matthew (0)
11 - Newman, Nicholas (0)
11 - Motlop, Jesse (0)
6 - Hollands, Oliver (0)
3 - Curnow, Edward (0)

It is interesting to note the differences. This is due to how the program rounds the votes off. It does, however, make for some confusion.
Live Long and Prosper!

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Reply #2
AFL Rd 2:   Carlton vs Geelong

One of the more impressive wins in recent years, we dealt with the Premiers and controlled the game for most of the game.

Trends:
[1]   The rating of 9.67, which represents an A-, is about as good as we’ve seen for a long time. Certainly, it shows how maturely we played.
[2]   We managed 14 votes this week, which is down one from last week. Probably the number of voters we’ll have to get used to.
[3]   17 players managed a vote this round, which is impressive in anyone’s language. It is also a trend we have when winning these days. It shows how much of a team effort we put in when we win.
[4]   The average vote his week was 32, which is close to an all-time high.
[5]   This week we had 4 players who managed more than 200 votes, the first time I can recall seeing that. It was very close at the top. Charlie Curnow got his first BOG for the year.
[6]   4 players got more than 100 votes: seems an anticlimax after the previous point, but this stat usually suggests how many dominant games we have.
[7]   3 players managed votes from all voters; Acres, Charlie Curnow and Saad. Ed Curnow missed out from 2 voters.
[8]   Of our newbies, Oliver Hollands again managed votes. Cowan can’t be too far away.
[9]   This week defenders didn’t dominate the voting, even though they played well. We were much more competitive in the midfield, as can be seen in the increased voting for the mids. Our forward also played better, as the votes are much better than last week.

Votes:
Curnow, Charles 290
Saad, Adam 235
Acres, Blake 231
Curnow, Edward 204
Cripps, Patrick 76
de Koning, Tom 76
Weitering, Jacob 59
Hollands, Oliver 59
McKay, Harrison 45
Kennedy, Matthew 45
Newman, Nicholas 31
Owies, Matthew 31
Cerra, Adam 28
Durdin, Corey 21
Pittonet, Marc 10
Young, Lewis 7
Docherty, Sam 3

Progressive Voting:
347 - Young, Lewis (0)
343 - Curnow, Charles (0)
285 - Saad, Adam (0)
232 - Acres, Blake (0)
231 - Hewett, George (0)
207 - Curnow, Edward (0)
202 - Weitering, Jacob (0)
201 - Docherty, Sam (0)
120 - Cripps, Patrick (0)
117 - McKay, Harrison (0)
96 - de Koning, Tom (0)
65 - Hollands, Oliver (0)
56 - Kennedy, Matthew (0)
47 - Cerra, Adam (0)
43 - Newman, Nicholas (0)
32 - Owies, Matthew (0)
28 - McGovern, Mitchell (0)
21 - Durdin, Corey (0)
11 - Motlop, Jesse (0)
11 - Pittonet, Marc (0)

Live Long and Prosper!

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Reply #3
 I have been terribly remiss here. I'll try to update as much as I can in the next couple of days.

AFL Rd 3:   Carlton vs GWS in Sydney
Not the most outstanding game we’ve ever played, but we won, for just the 2nd time at the Giants’ home ground. That is a terrible statistic!

Trends:
[1]   There were 15 voters this week, This is the same as for Rd 1, but it does make me wonder how many people will vote when we lose. Never mind, thank you to everyone who voted. Your time is appreciated.

[2]   The rating this week was 8.33, which represents a C+, which does show the general dissatisfaction with the way we played. It was not much higher than it was for the draw, back in Round 1.

[3]   15 players managed to get votes this week. This is one better than last week’s win, and the same as the draw in Round1. It does represent that a lot of our players made a contribution, which is a positive.

[4]   The average vote this week was 27, the same as for Round 1. It is a big drop compared to last week’s performance.

[5]   5 players managed 100 votes or more this week, which suggests that he had a good spread of good players. Last week there were 4, but those 4 managed over 200 votes each, the first time I can remember that happening. Considering that the number of voters is less these days, last week amazing.

[6]   Nic Newman managed the BOG this week, something he hasn’t done very often. He managed 322 votes, which is a truly dominant display. Cripps was second with 256 and Doc was third.

[7]   We had 2 players who got votes from all voters this week, Newman and Docherty. Silvagni, Cripps and Acres missed by 1 voter each.

[8]   Our newbies are doing their bit. Acres had his best game so far, while Cowan and Hollands did attract interest.

[9]   Our mids attracted votes more than any other segment of the team, even though Newman and Docherty stood out as performers. It is noticeable that our mids have not been able to show the consistency that we managed early last year and we are down significantly in clearances.

Votes:
Newman, Nicholas 322
Cripps, Patrick  256
Docherty, Sam  183
Acres, Blake  139
Silvagni, Jack  111
Motlop, Jesse  69
Saad, Adam  50
Curnow, Charles  33
Durdin, Corey  28
Hollands, Oliver  17
McGovern, Mitchell  14
de Koning, Tom  11
Pittonet, Marc  8
Cerra, Adam  6
Weitering, Jacob  3

Progressive Votes:
385 - Docherty, Sam (0)
376 - Cripps, Patrick (0)
376 - Curnow, Charles (0)
371 - Acres, Blake (0)
365 - Newman, Nicholas (0)
347 - Young, Lewis (0)
335 - Saad, Adam (0)
231 - Hewett, George (0)
207 - Curnow, Edward (0)
204 - Weitering, Jacob (0)
117 - McKay, Harrison (0)
112 - Silvagni, Jack (0)
107 - de Koning, Tom (0)
81 - Motlop, Jesse (0)
81 - Hollands, Oliver (0)
56 - Kennedy, Matthew (0)
53 - Cerra, Adam (0)
49 - Durdin, Corey (0)
42 - McGovern, Mitchell (0)
32 - Owies, Matthew (0)
19 - Pittonet, Marc (0)
Live Long and Prosper!

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Reply #4
And to catch up at last:

AFL Rd 4:   Carlton vs North Melbourne on Good Friday
We won, coming from behind. We really dominated in patches, even though we were thrashed in the middle.

Trends:
[1]   There were 16 voters this week, the best we’ve managed this year. Never mind, thank you to everyone who voted. Your time is appreciated.

[2]   The rating this week was 8.81, which represents a B-. An improvement over last week.

[3]   15 players managed to get votes this week, the same as last week. It does represent that a lot of our players made a contribution, which I consider a real positive.

[4]   The average vote this week was 29, which is 2 better than last week. Not as good as the Geelong game though.

[5]   5 players managed 100 votes or more this week, which suggests that he had a good spread of good players.

[6]   Charlie Curnow managed the BOG this week, although he had considerable competition. He managed 297 votes, which is a truly dominant display. Three players managed more than 200 votes; Charlie, H and Mitch McGovern.

[7]   We had 2 players who got votes from all voters this week, Charlie and H. Mitch McGovern missed from 1 voter.

[8]   Our newbies were not as significant this week, but Ollie Hollands still is getting noticed.

[9]   Our defenders and key forward dominated the voting this week. Our mids were beaten and struggled to attract votes. Not for the first time this year either.

Votes:
Curnow, Charles  297
McGovern, Mitchell  251
McKay, Harrison  215
Young, Lewis  129
Weitering, Jacob 113
Cripps, Patrick  85
Saad, Adam  69
Fisher, Zac  36
Cerra, Adam  33
Docherty, Sam  28
Motlop, Jesse  25
Newman, Nicholas  14
Hollands, Oliver  14
Silvagni, Jack  8
Pittonet, Marc  6

Progressive Votes:
673 - Curnow, Charles (0)
477 - Young, Lewis (0)
461 - Cripps, Patrick (0)
412 - Docherty, Sam (0)
403 - Saad, Adam (0)
379 - Newman, Nicholas (0)
371 - Acres, Blake (0)
331 - McKay, Harrison (0)
317 - Weitering, Jacob (0)
292 - McGovern, Mitchell (0)
231 - Hewett, George (0)
207 - Curnow, Edward (0)
120 - Silvagni, Jack (0)
107 - de Koning, Tom (0)
106 - Motlop, Jesse (0)
95 - Hollands, Oliver (0)
86 - Cerra, Adam (0)
56 - Kennedy, Matthew (0)
49 - Durdin, Corey (0)
36 - Fisher, Zac (0)
32 - Owies, Matthew (0)
25 - Pittonet, Marc (0)
Live Long and Prosper!

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Reply #5
AFL Rd 5:   Carlton vs Adelaide
What a shocker. We were butchered in the middle.

Trends:
[1]   There were 9 voters this week, the worst we’ve managed for ages. Thank you to everyone who voted. Your time is appreciated, especially after such a debacle.

[2]   The rating this week was 5.81, which represents a E-. Not just a loss, but a real comment on just how bad we were this week.

[3]   13 players managed to get votes this week, the worst of the season. It tells just uncompetitive we were this week.

[4]   The average vote this week was 19, which is the worst I can remember. I guess I didn't bother recording this stat during some of our worst years, but this is low.

[5]   2 players managed 100 votes or more this week, which suggests that we had few players were had significant contributions..

[6]   Nic Newman managed the BOG this week, for the 2nd time this year. He managed 284 votes, significantly higher than any two other players.

[7]   We had 2 players who got votes from all voters this week, Newman and Ed Curnow.

[8]   Our newbies were not as significant this week, but Ollie Hollands still is getting noticed.

[9]   Not even our defenders garnered many votes this week, as we were beaten in most aspects. Charlie Curnow managed to attract votes, as he always looks dangerous, but the other forwards didn't make a significant contribution.

Votes:
Newman, Nicholas 284
Curnow, Edward 162
Walsh, Sam 90
Silvagni, Jack 71
Cerra, Adam 71
Curnow, Charles 52
Hollands, Oliver 45
Acres, Blake 39
Weitering, Jacob 29
Cripps, Patrick 13
de Koning, Tom 6
Motlop, Jesse 6
McKay, Harrison 3

Progressive Voting:
725 - Curnow, Charles (0)
663 - Newman, Nicholas (0)
477 - Young, Lewis (0)
474 - Cripps, Patrick (0)
412 - Docherty, Sam (0)
409 - Acres, Blake (0)
403 - Saad, Adam (0)
368 - Curnow, Edward (0)
346 - Weitering, Jacob (0)
335 - McKay, Harrison (0)
292 - McGovern, Mitchell (0)
231 - Hewett, George (0)
191 - Silvagni, Jack (0)
157 - Cerra, Adam (0)
140 - Hollands, Oliver (0)
113 - de Koning, Tom (0)
112 - Motlop, Jesse (0)
91 - Walsh, Sam (0)
56 - Kennedy, Matthew (0)
49 - Durdin, Corey (0)
36 - Fisher, Zac (0)
32 - Owies, Matthew (0)
25 - Pittonet, Marc (0)
Live Long and Prosper!

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Reply #6
AFL Rd 6:   Carlton vs St. Kilda
Not as bad as last week, we were actually the better team for much of the game. But the outcome was very disappointing.

Trends:
[1]   There were 9 voters again this week, the equal worst we’ve managed for ages. Thank you to everyone who voted. Your time is appreciated, especially considering the result.

[2]   The rating this week was 6.89, which represents almost a D. Disappointing. Sounds accurate.

[3]   15 players managed to get votes this week, which is a considerable improvement over last week. It tells us that we were competitive, just not for long enough.

[4]   The average vote this week was 22, which is not as bad as last week. We made a step forward.

[5]   4 players managed 100 votes or more this week, which suggests that we had some significant contributors out there. But we were too inefficient.

[6]   Sam Walsh was the BOG this week, for the 1st time this year and in only his 2nd game for the season. He managed 233 votes, just higher than Patrick Cripps (207).

[7]   We had 2 players who got votes from all voters this week, Walsh and Cripps. Cerra and McGovern missed one voter.

[8]   Nice to see Cincotta show plenty on debut. Hollands managed a vote, but was not as effective as he has been.

[9]   Our mids and defenders were significant this round, but we couldn't find a way to the forwards. H and Charlie Curnow were both dangerous, but didn't see enough of the ball.

Votes:
Walsh, Sam  233
Cripps, Patrick  207
Cerra, Adam  180
McGovern, Mitchell  130
Curnow, Charles  61
Cincotta, Alex  42
Newman, Nicholas  38
Acres, Blake  31
Pittonet, Marc  27
Weitering, Jacob  15
McKay, Harrison  15
Silvagni, Jack  15
Fisher, Zac 15
Hewett, George  11
Hollands, Oliver  8
Young, Lewis  4

Progressive Voting:
786 - Curnow, Charles (0)
701 - Newman, Nicholas (0)
681 - Cripps, Patrick (0)
481 - Young, Lewis (0)
440 - Acres, Blake (0)
423 - McGovern, Mitchell (0)
412 - Docherty, Sam (0)
403 - Saad, Adam (0)
368 - Curnow, Edward (0)
362 - Weitering, Jacob (0)
350 - McKay, Harrison (0)
337 - Cerra, Adam (0)
324 - Walsh, Sam (0)
242 - Hewett, George (0)
206 - Silvagni, Jack (0)
148 - Hollands, Oliver (0)
113 - de Koning, Tom (0)
112 - Motlop, Jesse (0)
56 - Kennedy, Matthew (0)
52 - Fisher, Zac (0)
51 - Pittonet, Marc (0)
49 - Durdin, Corey (0)
43 - Cincotta, Alex (0)
32 - Owies, Matthew (0)

Charlie Curnow leads, from Nic Newman and Patrick Cripps.
Live Long and Prosper!

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Reply #7
So a guy who plays in the back pocket is our second best player after nine rounds tells you all you need to know about the team's performances this year.

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Reply #8
AFL Rd 7:   Carlton vs West Coast
The best we’ve performed in years, but just how bad are the Weagles?

Trends:
[1]   There were 12 voters this week, something of a disappointment considering that this is our first 100-point victory for a decade.
Please do take the time to vote, the more voters we have, the more reliable our statistics become.

[2]   The rating this week was 9.89, which was almost an A. It is our best result for some time and eclipsed our performance against Geelong.

[3]   There were 14 vote getters this week. A solid distribution, showing a lot of players did a lot of good.

[4]   The average vote this week was 32, equal to our best this year.

[5]   6 players scored more than 100 votes, which is the best we’ve managed this year.

[6]   Charlie Curnow scored 429 votes this week to be our BOG. A Judd-like score if there ever was one! Blake Acres and Nic Newman came in 2nd and 3rd respectively.

[7]   Only [color=limegreen]1 player[/color], Blake Acres score votes from all voters. 2 missed from 1 voter and 2 missed from 2.

[8]   Nice to see Cincotta and Kemp score votes this week.

[9]   Our mids and forwards dominated this week, as we managed to get the ball out of the centre regularly. Pity we can’t replicate that.

Votes:
Curnow, Charles 429
Acres, Blake  231
Newman, Nicholas 214
Cripps, Patrick 190
Cerra, Adam  169
Walsh, Sam  103
Hewett, George  82
Kemp, Brodie 21
Pittonet, Marc  12
Cincotta, Alex  12
McKay, Harrison  8
Docherty, Sam  4
Saad, Adam  4
Silvagni, Jack  4

Progressive Scores:
1215 - Curnow, Charles (0)
915 - Newman, Nicholas (0)
870 - Cripps, Patrick (0)
671 - Acres, Blake (0)
506 - Cerra, Adam (0)
481 - Young, Lewis (0)
427 - Walsh, Sam (0)
423 - McGovern, Mitchell (0)
416 - Docherty, Sam (0)
408 - Saad, Adam (0)
368 - Curnow, Edward (0)
362 - Weitering, Jacob (0)
358 - McKay, Harrison (0)
325 - Hewett, George (0)
210 - Silvagni, Jack (0)
148 - Hollands, Oliver (0)
113 - de Koning, Tom (0)
112 - Motlop, Jesse (0)
64 - Pittonet, Marc (0)
56 - Kennedy, Matthew (0)
55 - Cincotta, Alex (0)
52 - Fisher, Zac (0)
49 - Durdin, Corey (0)
32 - Owies, Matthew (0)
21 - Kemp, Brodie (0)
Live Long and Prosper!

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Reply #9
AFL Rd 8:   Carlton vs Brisbane
What a comedown after last week. Very disappointing.

Trends:
[1]   There were 12 voters this week, which is something considering we lost like we did.
Please do take the time to vote, the more voters we have, the more reliable our statistics become.

[2]   The rating this week was [color=red]7.31[/color], which was almost an D+. Not quite a disaster, but not the sort of thing that is going to beat decent opposition.

[3]   There were 16 vote getters this week. A solid distribution, showing a lot of players did something.

[4]   The average vote this week was [color=red]24[/color], our second worst of the year.

[5]   4 players scored more than 100 votes.

[6]   Adam Cerra scored 353 votes this week to be our BOG. A Judd-like score if there ever was one!

[7]   Only 1 player, Cerra. scored votes from all voters.

[8]   Nice to see Cincotta, Hollands and Kemp score votes this week.

[9]   Our backs and mids were our best this week; our forwards didn’t get a look-in.

Votes:
Cerra, Adam  353
Docherty, Sam  183
McGovern, Mitchell  143
Kennedy, Matthew  103
Acres, Blake  73
Hewett, George  43
Pittonet, Marc  43
Weitering, Jacob  27
Hollands, Oliver  24
Cincotta, Alex  21
Walsh, Sam  18
Motlop, Jesse  18
Durdin, Corey  18
Kemp, Brodie  18
McKay, Harrison 6
Saad, Adam 3

Progressive Voting:
1215 - Curnow, Charles (0)
915 - Newman, Nicholas (0)
870 - Cripps, Patrick (0)
859 - Cerra, Adam (0)
744 - Acres, Blake (0)
599 - Docherty, Sam (0)
566 - McGovern, Mitchell (0)
481 - Young, Lewis (0)
446 - Walsh, Sam (0)
411 - Saad, Adam (0)
389 - Weitering, Jacob (0)
368 - Curnow, Edward (0)
367 - Hewett, George (0)
364 - McKay, Harrison (0)
210 - Silvagni, Jack (0)
172 - Hollands, Oliver (0)
160 - Kennedy, Matthew (0)
130 - Motlop, Jesse (0)
113 - de Koning, Tom (0)
106 - Pittonet, Marc (0)
76 - Cincotta, Alex (0)
67 - Durdin, Corey (0)
52 - Fisher, Zac (0)
39 - Kemp, Brodie (0)
32 - Owies, Matthew (0)
Live Long and Prosper!

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Reply #10
AFL Rd 9:   Carlton vs Western Bulldogs
We weren't that bad in a lot of ways, but the disconnect between the mids and forward line was lethal. And our incredibly poor disposal was the difference between winning and losing.

Trends:
[1]   There were 9 voters this week.
Please do take the time to vote, the more voters we have, the more reliable our statistics become.

[2]   The rating this week was [color=red]7.30[/color], which was almost an D+. The same as last week, which is simply not good enough.

[3]   There were 14 vote getters this week. A solid distribution, showing a lot of players did something.

[4]   The average vote this week was [color=red]24[/color], our second worst of the year, for the second week in a row.

[5]   4 players scored more than 100 votes. But none of them were outstanding performances.

[6]   Sam Walsh scored 203 votes this week to be our BOG. This was the lowest score for a BOG is some time.

[7]   Only 2 players, Newman and Owies. scored votes from all voters. Not even Walsh.

[8]   Not a big game from our youngsters this week, but then none of our performances were exactly brilliant.

[9]   Our backs and mids were our best this week; our forwards didn’t get a look-in. Why? Because we couldn't kick it to them.

Votes:
Walsh, Sam   203
Newman, Nicholas   178
Pittonet, Marc   178
Owies, Matthew  170
Kennedy, Matthew   81
Cottrell, Matthew   69
Docherty, Sam   61
Saad, Adam   53
Silvagni, Jack   53
Hewett, George   24
Young, Lewis  8
Hollands, Oliver  8
Cerra, Adam  4
McKay, Harrison  4

Progressive Voting:
1215 - Curnow, Charles (0)
1094 - Newman, Nicholas (0)
870 - Cripps, Patrick (0)
863 - Cerra, Adam (0)
744 - Acres, Blake (0)
660 - Docherty, Sam (0)
648 - Walsh, Sam (0)
566 - McGovern, Mitchell (0)
489 - Young, Lewis (0)
463 - Saad, Adam (0)
392 - Hewett, George (0)
389 - Weitering, Jacob (0)
368 - McKay, Harrison (0)
368 - Curnow, Edward (0)
285 - Pittonet, Marc (0)
263 - Silvagni, Jack (0)
241 - Kennedy, Matthew (0)
202 - Owies, Matthew (0)
180 - Hollands, Oliver (0)
130 - Motlop, Jesse (0)
113 - de Koning, Tom (0)
76 - Cincotta, Alex (0)
69 - Cottrell, Matthew (0)
67 - Durdin, Corey (0)
52 - Fisher, Zac (0)
39 - Kemp, Brodie (0)
Live Long and Prosper!

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Reply #11
AFL Rd 10:   Carlton vs Collingwood
And our incredibly poor disposal was the difference between winning and losing. Again. We don't learn.

Trends:
[1]   There were 11 voters this week, 2 more than last week.
Please do take the time to vote, the more voters we have, the more reliable our statistics become.

[2]   The rating this week was 6.45, which was between an E- and D-. We are in a very poor vein of form.

[3]   There were 13 vote getters this week. A solid distribution, showing a lot of players did something. But nobody did enough and we had only one or two winners.

[4]   The average vote this week was 21, which is very ordinary. Good wins get scores above 30.

[5]   4 players scored more than 100 votes. None brilliant, but better than last week.

[6]   Sam Docherty scored his first BOG for the year with 229 votes. It was very close between the top three places, with Curnow and Cerra also getting *just) more than 200 votes.

[7]   Only 1 player, Charlie Curnow, scored votes from all voters. Doc and Cerra missed one voter, Sam Walsh missed two.

[8]   Not a big game from our youngsters this week, but then none of our performances were exactly brilliant although Hollands did get a mention.

[9]   No real pattern in this week's voting. Not enough from anyone, really.

Votes:
Docherty, Sam  229
Cerra, Adam   214
Curnow, Charles   202
Walsh, Sam   103
Owies, Matthew   53
Newman, Nicholas  50
McKay, Harrison  35
Pittonet, Marc  26
Kennedy, Matthew  18
Hollands, Oliver  18
Boyd, Jordan  9
Acres, Blake  6
Cripps, Patrick  3
Saad, Adam  3

Progressive Voting:
1417 - Curnow, Charles (0)
1144 - Newman, Nicholas (0)
1077 - Cerra, Adam (0)
889 - Docherty, Sam (0)
873 - Cripps, Patrick (0)
751 - Walsh, Sam (0)
750 - Acres, Blake (0)
566 - McGovern, Mitchell (0)
489 - Young, Lewis (0)
466 - Saad, Adam (0)
404 - McKay, Harrison (0)
392 - Hewett, George (0)
389 - Weitering, Jacob (0)
368 - Curnow, Edward (0)
311 - Pittonet, Marc (0)
263 - Silvagni, Jack (0)
259 - Kennedy, Matthew (0)
255 - Owies, Matthew (0)
198 - Hollands, Oliver (0)
130 - Motlop, Jesse (0)
113 - de Koning, Tom (0)
76 - Cincotta, Alex (0)
69 - Cottrell, Matthew (0)
67 - Durdin, Corey (0)
52 - Fisher, Zac (0)
39 - Kemp, Brodie (0)
9 - Boyd, Jordan (0)
Live Long and Prosper!

Re: Jim Park Analysis 2023

Reply #12
AFL Rd 11:   Carlton vs Sydney[/color=red
Another disappointing result. Our defence wasn’t that bad, but our forward work …

Trends:
[1]   There were 9 voters this week, 2 less than last week.
Please do take the time to vote, the more voters we have, the more reliable our statistics become.

[2]   The rating this week was 6.74, which was a D-. We are in a very poor vein of form.

[3]   There were 13 vote getters for the second time in a row. A solid distribution, showing a lot of players did something. But nobody did enough, and we had only one or two winners. (I really hate repeating this – I hated writing it in the first place.)

[4]   The average vote this week was 22, which is very ordinary. Good wins get scores above 30.

[5]   5 players scored more than 100 votes. That is normally a good sign, but at the moment it only shows that we don’t have enough winners.

[6]   Jacob Weitering scored his first BOG for the year with 262 votes. Matthew Cottrell was 2nd for the first time in his career.

[7]   Only 2 players, Weitering and Cottrell, scored votes from all voters. Walsh missed one voter.

[8]   Not a big game from our youngsters this week, but then none of our performances were exactly brilliant although Hollands did get a mention.

[9]   No real pattern in this week's voting. Not enough from anyone, really.

Votes:
Weitering, Jacob   262
Cottrell, Matthew   202
Walsh, Sam   165
Curnow, Charles   124
Docherty, Sam   105
Cerra, Adam  67
McGovern, Mitchell  26
Motlop, Jesse   26
Acres, Blake   15
Boyd, Jordan   7
Cripps, Patrick  4
Saad, Adam   4
Kemp, Brodie   4

Progressive Voting:
1541 - Curnow, Charles (0)
1145 - Cerra, Adam (0)
1144 - Newman, Nicholas (0)
993 - Docherty, Sam (0)
916 - Walsh, Sam (0)
877 - Cripps, Patrick (0)
765 - Acres, Blake (0)
651 - Weitering, Jacob (0)
592 - McGovern, Mitchell (0)
489 - Young, Lewis (0)
470 - Saad, Adam (0)
404 - McKay, Harrison (0)
392 - Hewett, George (0)
368 - Curnow, Edward (0)
311 - Pittonet, Marc (0)
272 - Cottrell, Matthew (0)
263 - Silvagni, Jack (0)
259 - Kennedy, Matthew (0)
255 - Owies, Matthew (0)
198 - Hollands, Oliver (0)
157 - Motlop, Jesse (0)
113 - de Koning, Tom (0)
76 - Cincotta, Alex (0)
67 - Durdin, Corey (0)
52 - Fisher, Zac (0)
43 - Kemp, Brodie (0)
17 - Boyd, Jordan (0)
Live Long and Prosper!

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Reply #13
Just the other day I voted for the first time this season but seeing this I remembered why I stopped. Seriously in what world has McGovern been better than Saad?
2012 HAPPENED!!!!!!!

Re: Jim Park Analysis 2023

Reply #14
Just the other day I voted for the first time this season but seeing this I remembered why I stopped. Seriously in what world has McGovern been better than Saad?
It is more that McGovern has had a couple of very good games, while Saad has been more consistent, we have a higher expectation of him. Hence it is more difficult for him to get votes.
Both have scored votes in the same number of games.
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