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Re: Jim Park Analysis 2023

Reply #30
Is this a particularly even leaderboard Crash?

Apart from some of Charlie’s efforts, the games Cez dominated and Weiter’s heroics, our season has been memorable for solid contributions by the team as a whole.
“Why don’t you knock it off with them negative waves? Why don’t you dig how beautiful it is out here? Why don’t you say something righteous and hopeful for a change?”  Oddball

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Reply #31
There has never been a season where so many players get recognized in single games, and not just because I spread the votes out. There has been a big spread most weeks, even when we were losing.
At it is unusual to be so close at the top. In the past, one or two players clear out from the rest. Not this year.
Live Long and Prosper!

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Reply #32
AFL 1st Semi Final:   Carlton vs Sydney
Our first final for a decade and an excellent result.

Trends:
[1]   There were 10 voters this week, a really small number for such a significant game. Such is life, but I did expect more.
Please do take the time to vote: it makes our statistics a lot more reliable and, more importantly, it shows how active we are on the forum.

[2]   The rating was a 9.17, which is an B. Probably s sign of what we've got used to in the last couple of months. Still, it was a terrific win.

[3]   16 players managed a mention again this week, which shows just how we've played for the last couple of months. Just about everyone had a really solid contribution. Since I've been doing this we've never been this consistent all over the board as we've been in the last half of the season.

[4]   The average vote this week was 37. I don't think that can be right, but I can't find any error yet.

[5]   6 players managed 100 votes or more this week. It shows that we had a good group of significant players.

[6]   Blake Acres managed  337 votes to be BOG this week, his first for us. Sam Walsh was only a handful of votes behind.

[7]   3 players, Acres, Walsh and Cottrell, were awarded votes from everyone this week. The rest of the votes were well spread.

[8]   Our youngsters continued to make an impression, an excellent signs moving forwards.

[9]   There was no one area of dominance this week, but all areas really made a contribution.

Votes:
Acres, Blake  337
Walsh, Sam  325
Cerra, Adam  225
Cottrell, Matthew  208
Martin, Jack   131
Weitering, Jacob  108
de Koning, Tom  86
Saad, Adam  86
Hollands, Oliver  57
Docherty, Sam  51
Newman, Nicholas  40
Kennedy, Matthew  11
Hewett, George  11
Fogarty, Lachie  11 
Cripps, Patrick  6
Pittonet, Marc  6

Progressive votes:
3145 - Curnow, Charles (33)
3101 - Cerra, Adam (46)
2840 - Newman, Nicholas (42)
2486 - Weitering, Jacob (230)
2323 - Walsh, Sam (235)
2225 - Cripps, Patrick (0)
2202 - Docherty, Sam (0)
1871 - Acres, Blake (102)
1090 - Hewett, George (56)
1058 - de Koning, Tom (221)
1036 - McKay, Harrison (28)
867 - Saad, Adam (19)
839 - Silvagni, Jack (0)
835 - McGovern, Mitchell (60)
604 - Kemp, Brodie (37)
521 - Cottrell, Matthew (0)
504 - Young, Lewis (0)
484 - Martin, Jack (0)
480 - Kennedy, Matthew (0)
411 - Motlop, Jesse (0)
385 - Curnow, Edward (0)
372 - Owies, Matthew (33)
364 - Hollands, Oliver (0)
326 - Pittonet, Marc (0)
291 - Dow, Patrick (60)
218 - Cincotta, Alex (0)
195 - Fisher, Zac (5)
86 - Cuningham, David (33)
67 - Durdin, Corey (0)
59 - Fogarty, Lachlan (10)
39 - Jordan Boyd (0)
10 - Marchbank, Caleb (0)
Live Long and Prosper!

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Reply #33
AFL 1st Semi Final:   Carlton vs Melbourne
Another win in a very important game.

Trends:
[1]   There were 13 voters this week, still fewer than I expected, but much better than last week.
Please do take the time to vote: it makes our statistics a lot more reliable and, more importantly, it shows how active we are on the forum.

[2]   The rating was a 9.69, which is an A-. Probably a sign of what we've got used to in the last couple of months. Still, it was a terrific win.

[3]   14 players managed a mention again this week, which shows just how we've played for the last couple of months. Just about everyone had a really solid contribution. Since I've been doing this we've never been this consistent all over the board as we've been in the last half of the season.

[4]   The average vote this week was 37. I don't think that can be right, but I can't find any error yet.

[5]   6 players managed 100 votes or more this week. It shows that we had a good group of significant players.

[6]   Sam Walsh managed a massive 460 votes to be BOG this week. He has certainly stepped up this finals series. Cripps and Ares filled 2nd and 3rd places.

[7]   1 player, Sam Walsh managed votes from everyone this week. Acres, Cripps and Weitering missed one voter.

[8]   Our youngsters continued to make an impression, an excellent signs moving forwards. Motlop in particular.

[9]   TOur midfield and defence were the dominant areas this week. Our forwards were not as affective as they have been.

Votes:
Walsh, Sam  460
Cripps, Patrick  243
Acres, Blake  239
Weitering, Jacob  208
de Koning, Tom  152
Newman, Nicholas  108
Saad, Adam  69
Docherty, Sam  69
Motlop, Jesse  48
Pittonet, Marc  35
Cerra, Adam  22
Hewett, George  4
Fogarty, Lachlan  4

Progressive Voting:
3145 - Curnow, Charles (33)
3123 - Cerra, Adam (46)
2948 - Newman, Nicholas (42)
2783 - Walsh, Sam (235)
2694 - Weitering, Jacob (230)
2468 - Cripps, Patrick (0)
2271 - Docherty, Sam (0)
2110 - Acres, Blake (102)
1210 - de Koning, Tom (221)
1094 - Hewett, George (56)
1036 - McKay, Harrison (28)
936 - Saad, Adam (19)
839 - Silvagni, Jack (0)
835 - McGovern, Mitchell (60)
604 - Kemp, Brodie (37)
521 - Cottrell, Matthew (0)
504 - Young, Lewis (0)
484 - Martin, Jack (0)
480 - Kennedy, Matthew (0)
459 - Motlop, Jesse (0)
385 - Curnow, Edward (0)
372 - Owies, Matthew (33)
364 - Hollands, Oliver (0)
361 - Pittonet, Marc (0)
291 - Dow, Patrick (60)
218 - Cincotta, Alex (0)
195 - Fisher, Zac (5)
86 - Cuningham, David (33)
67 - Durdin, Corey (0)
63 - Fogarty, Lachlan (10)
39 - Jordan Boyd (0)
10 - Marchbank, Caleb (0)

It is very close at the top; only 22 votes between 1st and 2nd.
Live Long and Prosper!

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Reply #34
Sorry I haven't finished this up: I've just had a knee replacement and half my brains are still missing. I hope to finish this up in the next day or two.
Live Long and Prosper!

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Reply #35
Sorry I haven't finished this up: I've just had a knee replacement and half my brains are still missing. I hope to finish this up in the next day or two.

wish i had more than one brain, then i could afford to lose half my brains too.  biggest problem i think i only have half a brain to start with...

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Reply #36
Sorry I haven't finished this up: I've just had a knee replacement and half my brains are still missing. I hope to finish this up in the next day or two.

Take your time Crash ... and keep up the rehab  :)
“Why don’t you knock it off with them negative waves? Why don’t you dig how beautiful it is out here? Why don’t you say something righteous and hopeful for a change?”  Oddball

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Reply #37
Sorry I haven't finished this up: I've just had a knee replacement and half my brains are still missing. I hope to finish this up in the next day or two.

All the best for your recovery and rehabilitation. I had mine replaced 10 months ago. Very long slow journey that’s as much mental as it is physical.
Coming together is the beginning.
Keeping together is progress.
Working together is success.
Henry Ford.

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Reply #38
 
Mr Crash
Hope you are back feeling 100% soon and sprightly on your new knee

Thank you for all your great input on this site.
Ab

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Reply #39
Thanks for the good wishes. I probably need them.  :D  :D
Live Long and Prosper!

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Reply #40
Walsh might steal it.
2012 HAPPENED!!!!!!!


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Reply #42
There are 3 guys who are so close than the result will be affected by anyone else voting. I will leave the thread open until tomorrow. Please, vote. It makes a considerable difference!
Live Long and Prosper!

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Reply #43
AFL 1st Preliminary Final:   Carlton vs Melbourne
Alas, we couldn't put it together for 4 quarters. A disappointing way to finisha year or marvels. Now to put it altogether in 2024.

Trends:
[1]   There were 12 voters this week, still fewer than I hoped, but much better than it could have been. It appeared to be something of an effort to vote after the disappointment.
Please do take the time to vote: it makes our statistics a lot more reliable and, more importantly, it shows how active we are on the forum.

[2]   The rating was a 8.78, which is an B-. Considering that we lost, it tells you a fair bit about the heart of our team.

[3]   15 players managed a mention again this week, which shows just how we've played for the last couple of months. Just about everyone had a contribution. Since I've been doing this we've never been this consistent all over the board as we've been in the last half of the season.

[4]   The average vote this week was 30. I still think this is dodgy, but I can't find where any error might be.

[5]   4 players managed 100 votes or more this week. We used only get that in big wins, now it is the norm. Tells about how we've developed as a team.

[6]   Sam Walsh managed a massive 410 votes to be BOG this week. He had a brilliant finals series and really shows how good he can really be.
Marchbank came in second with 209 votes, something I don't think he has done before.

[7]   1 player, Sam Walsh managed votes from everyone this week. A number of others garnered a lot of support, but nobody stuck out to everybody else.

[8]   It wasn't a great game from our youngsters this week. They did their best, but ... Ollie Hollands managed to garner votes.

[9]   This round it was our defence that stood out. We managed to keep our opposition to a losing score, but couldn't manage to kick one ourselves. Our forwards were not as affective as they have been, not our mids.

Votes:
Walsh, Sam  410
Marchbank, Caleb  209
McGovern, Mitchell  159
Newman, Nicholas  121
Weitering, Jacob   83
Jordan Boyd   83
Saad, Adam  61
McKay, Harrison  61
Acres, Blake  49
Hollands, Oliver  30
Docherty, Sam  27
Cottrell, Matthew  23
Cripps, Patrick  19
Hewett, George  15
Martin, Jack  11
Cerra, Adam  4
Live Long and Prosper!

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Reply #44
And, here we go:
The winner of the Jim Park Award for 2023 is:
Sam Walsh!
Yes, Walsh has come from the clouds to steal the Jim Park with a fantastic finals series. He scored a total of 3193 votes.

Then:
3145 - Curnow, Charles
3127 - Cerra, Adam
3069 - Newman, Nicholas

I cannot remember a top 4 vote getters being so close before.

After them:
2777 - Weitering, Jacob
2487 - Cripps, Patrick
2298 - Docherty, Sam
2159 - Acres, Blake
A very solid group who performed well over the year.
Live Long and Prosper!