Re: Jim Park Analysis 2020 Reply #15 – September 12, 2020, 11:22:30 AM 2020 Rd 15: Carlton vs GWSThis is the game where we threw away our finals’ opportunity. Nichevo. We will be better.Trends: This week only 11 people voted, something of a disappointment. This is less than the 14 for the same game last year and the 12 from the previous game. But considering the general disappointment with the result, I can understand the lack of will. It is much harder to care after such a disappointing loss. The number of votes is similar to last week’s game against Collingwood. That is to be expected, although we played better for longer against GWS. 12 players managed a mention this week. This is one down from last week, but still a considerable improvement over our efforts in recent years. At our nadir, we struggled to get 10 players worth a mention. It goes to show that we are a more even team in this particular iteration. That bodes well for the future. Only 3 players garnered more than 100 votes this week, with 2 dominant performances. This has not been our norm this year. The rating this was 7.70, just a little higher than last week. This represents a C-. We have only had 2 ratings this year considerably less than this, which also shows that we are in games for longer periods. A promising sign for 2021. Jacob Weitering continued his great form this year with a 3rd BOG. He has been the model of consistency this season. Similarly, Sam Walsh and Ed Curnow, who were 2nd and 3rd respectively. Walsh’s form of late has been brilliant. Ed continues on his most consistent of seasons. Patrick Cripps continues to show his relatively ordinary form. He has not had a BOG since Round 1 and has only 7 top 5 finishes. If we needed any evidence that he has been down this season … I think Crippa will be back to his best next year, with normal rounds of normal length and him being 100% fit and not having to worry about not supporting his girlfriend.Votes:Weitering, Jacob 360Walsh, Sam 297Curnow, Edward 108Murphy, Marc 94Docherty, Sam 73Jones, Liam 59Pittonet, Marc 45McKay, Harrison 38Martin, Jack 35Williamson, Tom 31Setterfield, Will 7Polson, Cameron 3Progressive Votes:2227 - Weitering, Jacob (0)1695 - Walsh, Sam (0)1623 - Curnow, Edward (0)1362 - Cripps, Patrick (0)1229 - Martin, Jack (0)1015 - Setterfield, Will (0)899 - Jones, Liam (0)897 - Docherty, Sam (0)853 - Casboult, Levi (0)733 - Pittonet, Marc (0)694 - Murphy, Marc (0)583 - Kennedy, Matthew (0)557 - Gibbons, Michael (0)454 - Betts, Eddie (0)418 - Plowman, Lachlan (0)409 - Cuningham, David (0)369 - Fisher, Zac (0)314 - McKay, Harrison (0)230 - Petrevski - Seton, Sam (0)228 - Simpson, Kade (0)149 - Newnes, Jack (0)86 - Williamson, Tom (0)80 - McGovern, Mitchell (0)79 - de Koning, Tom (0)39 - Cottrell, Matthew (0)24 - Silvagni, Jack (0)7 - Polson, Cameron (0)6 - Philp, Sam (0)At this point Jacob Weitering has probably a large enough lead to win this year's Award. It isn't impossible to catch him, but he is playing very consistently.Sam Walsh has come up to take 2nd spot from Ed Curnow. From 2nd to 6th is still close.