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Jim Park Analysis 2020

Welcome one and all to Jim Park Analysis 2020.
Yes, it is that time of year again, where the season beckons and hope fills our hearts (well, it did until a couple of weeks ago, but that is another tale).
Last year we had a win by Patrick Cripps. This year, who will it be?
Cripps remains the favourite. He is that good.
Sam Walsh appears to be the danger, as his brilliant 1st year form shows no sign of slowing.
Docherty is back. But is he back to his best?
Eddie Betts is back. GOOOAAALL!

Voting will continue as it has been for the last few years.
There are 15 votes available, to split as you choose, more or less.
No player is allowed to have more than 10 votes per game.
At least 3 players deserve a mention each week, even in the worst of losses.
Each game requires a rating, from F to A+. The rating determines the weighting of the game. This is usually important, as more players deserve a mention in a good game compared to that in a poor showing.
Live Long and Prosper!

Re: Jim Park Analysis 2020

Reply #1
Carlton vs Richmond Rd 1:  :(  :(

We couldn't do it. Again. An insipid first half, but some decent footy thereafter.

I'm not sure how many more times I'll be doing this for 2020, but here is what we thought:
Trends:
[1] Rating: 7.51. This represents a score between a D+ and C-. Considering how we played early, this is a reasonable score.
[2] 9 Players deserved a vote. That suggests I didn't do a thorough enough job, but ... Seriously, 9 players suggests that not enough was done by too many of our players. When we get 13 or 14 guys getting a mention we usually win.
[3] 13 people voted in this round, also a little lower than I'd hoped. However, considering that we lost and that nobody could see the game in person, it is a reasonable turnout. Hopefully we can actually win a game or two this year and bring the voters out.
[4] 5 players managed 100 votes or more. This shows that we did have a significant number of the better players on the ground. In our worst losses it can be as few as 1 or 2.
[5] Jack Martin's score was an excellent one for his debut, beaten only by Cripps and Weitering.
[6] We suffered 3 serious injuries in this game. However, it looks like they won't be missing much football. But that is just because the season is so screwed up.

Votes:
Cripps, Patrick   283
Weitering, Jacob   243
Martin, Jack   225
Casboult, Levi   127
Docherty, Sam   104
Petrevski - Seton, Sam   64
Murphy, Marc   52
Silvagni, Jack   23
Fisher, Zac   6

Not a surprise that Cripps topped the voting. Weitering's effort keeping his man goalless was excellent, as was Martin's effort up forward. Doc and Levi were giants, considering.
That Fisher got a vote suggests he was pretty decent, considering he was injured badly.

Progressive Scores:
284 - Cripps, Patrick (0)
243 - Weitering, Jacob (0)
226 - Martin, Jack (0)
128 - Casboult, Levi (0)
105 - Docherty, Sam (0)
64 - Petrevski - Seton, Sam (0)
53 - Murphy, Marc (0)
24 - Silvagni, Jack (0)
6 - Fisher, Zac (0)

If, as we fear, this is the last game for 2020, then Cripps has won another Jim Park Award. Amazing!
Live Long and Prosper!