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Jim Park Analysis 2021

Welcome to the 2021 version of the Jim Park Analysis thread. Thank you to all those people who have voted already. I have already updated the spreadsheet, so thing will be ready.
At the moment, I expect to close the Voting thread for Round 1 on Thursday, as we play the Meat Pies on Thursday night. Just wish I could be there: Parent teacher interviews, via the web, no less. Pity I can't do that at the MCG! :)
Live Long and Prosper!

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Reply #1
Carlton vs Richmond: Rd 1 Nightmare:
We started the year as we have now for too long, with the loss to Richmond. I hate that.

Trends
[1]   The rating of 8.44 was very high for a loss, but for the most part we were the better team. A rating of 8.44 represents between a C+ and a B-. However, we had a much higher range than is usual, with ratings varying from A(!) to E(!!!). I guess a lot of voters took into account the team we were playing, while others were simply disgusted that we had another loss in a very similar manner.
[2]   We had 4 players score more than 100 Votes, with Weitering getting a 95. That suggests that we had a number of contributors.
[3]   We had 14 players get a mention this week, a positive sign. A couple more and the result …
[4]   We had 16 voters this week, which is quite high for a loss. It was 4 more than for the corresponding game last year.
[5]   Sam Walsh started the year in fantastic form to take out the first BOG. It was good to see Cripps in the votes as well, although he does seem to be carrying some injury issues at the moment.
[6]   Sam Walsh and Adam Saad got votes from every voter, the only players to do so. It was very good seeing new players in the votes.
[7]   Similarly, it was nice to get Fog and Oscar McDonald get into the votes in their first outings in our colours, even with the scores being small.
[8]   Pittonet was a very important player, as our sole ruckman available. Alas, a 1 vote performance suggests that he was well beaten on the night. As someone who thinks the rucks are important in getting our players first use of the ball, I saw this as a bad sign. So it proved in week 2.

Votes:
470 - Walsh, Sam (0)
275 - Saad, Adam (0)
164 - Cripps, Patrick (0)
109 - Plowman, Lachlan (0)
95 - Weitering, Jacob (0)
59 - Newnes, Jack (0)
53 - Gibbons, Michael (0)
16 - Curnow, Edward (0)
8 - McDonald, Oscar (0)
8 - Fisher, Zac (0)
6 - Fogarty, Lachlan (0)
3 - Silvagni, Jack (0)
3 - McKay, Harrison (0)
3 - Pittonet, Marc (0)
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Reply #2
Carlton vs Collingwood: Rd 2 Disappointment:
Most Carlton supporters were very disappointed with this game, as we didn't show the same intensity that we managed against Richmond for so much of that game. A huge disappointment and a question mark over our entire season.

Trends:
[1]   The rating this week is considerably lower than last week at 7.1. This represents a score of barely a D. Other than 2 F’s, most of the scores were around the D mark. There simply wasn’t the difference in the way we say the game. D for Disappointment!
[2]   Last week we had 4 guys who scores more than 100. This week there were only 3, although Gibbo did get 96. That appears to be a reasonable assessment: too much left to too few.
[3]   We had 13 players get a mention, only one down from last week. We tend to get nearer 19 when we win.
[4]   Last week we had 16 voters. This week we were down to 14, another typical result when we lose.
[5]   Adam Saad managed to get top votes this week, followed closely by Sam Walsh.
[6]   Adam Saad was the only player to get votes from every voter. Sam Walsh missed out on one, as did H.

This weeks votes:
Saad, Adam 253
Walsh, Sam 233
McKay, Harrison 172
Gibbons, Michael 96
Fogarty, Lachlan 76
Weitering, Jacob 73
Martin, Jack 68
Petrevski - Seton, Sam 23
Fisher, Zac 18
Docherty, Sam 18
William, Zac 15
Cripps, Patrick 13
Curnow, Edward 5

Progressive Voting:
703 - Walsh, Sam (0)
528 - Saad, Adam (0)
177 - Cripps, Patrick (0)
175 - McKay, Harrison (0)
169 - Weitering, Jacob (0)
150 - Gibbons, Michael (0)
109 - Plowman, Lachlan (0)
82 - Fogarty, Lachlan (0)
69 - Martin, Jack (0)
59 - Newnes, Jack (0)
26 - Fisher, Zac (0)
23 - Petrevski - Seton, Sam (0)
21 - Curnow, Edward (0)
18 - Docherty, Sam (0)
16 - William, Zac (0)
8 - McDonald, Oscar (0)
3 - Silvagni, Jack (0)
3 - Pittonet, Marc (0)

Sam Walsh and Adam Saad have already cleared away from the pack. It is close behind them.



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Reply #3
AFL 2021 Rd 3:   Carlton vs Fremantle
And the Blues finally open their account for 2021. Missed it live but enjoyed a lot of the replay. It is amazing how different my brain chemistry is after a win!

Trends:
[1]   The rating this week is so much better than last week that the question about which Carlton team went onto the field almost becomes relevant. The overall rating was 9.19, which is almost a B+. Some of us are hard markers.
All of the ratings were from B- to A, nothing higher, nothing lower. That in itself is quite unusual, as we are a very varied bunch are rarely see the game the same way.

[2]   This week we have 5 players get 100 or more votes. That in itself is good, but the lowest of those 5 scores was 172! It showed that we had some dominant players who stuck out.

[3]   We still showed that we are a bunch of individuals: only 3 players got votes from all voters (Cripps, Jones and McKay). However, three other players had all but one or two voters give them a mention. This is extremely unusual for us when we vote.

[4]   This round there were 16 voters, which is a little down for a considerable win. We haven’t had many considerable wins in recent years. Hopefully, we can put away a few more teams this year.
We had 17 voters for this round last year.

[5]   We had 13 players get a mention this week, which is a little down on vote getters from recent times. I think it was because we had quite a number of dominant players who deserved a lot of votes, so the borderline cases missed out. There were a number of players who got Honourable Mentions, rather than votes this week.

[6]   Liam Jones got his first BOG of the season with a dominant display across half back. Sam Walsh made it 3 top 2 finishes out of 3. Only 2 others, Saad and Gibbons, have managed top 10 finishes in all 3 games this year.

[7]   Of our newer players, Fog has managed 11th, 5th and 5th. That is a pretty positive start for the young man.

Votes:
Jones, Liam 319
Walsh, Sam 270
McKay, Harrison 247
Cripps, Patrick 207
Fogarty, Lachlan 172
Silvagni, Jack 75
Gibbons, Michael 23
Docherty, Sam 17
Curnow, Edward 14
Saad, Adam 11
Newnes, Jack 9
Plowman, Lachlan 9
Pittonet, Marc 6

Progressive Votes:
973 - Walsh, Sam (0)
540 - Saad, Adam (0)
422 - McKay, Harrison (0)
383 - Cripps, Patrick (0)
319 - Jones, Liam (0)
254 - Fogarty, Lachlan (0)
172 - Gibbons, Michael (0)
169 - Weitering, Jacob (0)
117 - Plowman, Lachlan (0)
78 - Silvagni, Jack (0)
69 - Martin, Jack (0)
67 - Newnes, Jack (0)
36 - Curnow, Edward (0)
35 - Docherty, Sam (0)
26 - Fisher, Zac (0)
23 - Petrevski - Seton, Sam (0)
16 - William, Zac (0)
9 - Pittonet, Marc (0)
8 - McDonald, Oscar (0)

Sam Walsh has a commanding lead at this point, but the following pack is strong and improving.
Live Long and Prosper!

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Reply #4
To be updated today. There was a late voter.
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Reply #5
AFL 2021 Rd 3:   Carlton vs Fremantle Updated 16th April
Sorry for the need of an update, but we had a late voter.

Trends:
[1]   The rating this week is so much better than last week that the question about which Carlton team went onto the field almost becomes relevant. The overall rating was 9.18, which is almost a B+. Some of us are hard markers.
All of the ratings were from B- to A, nothing higher, nothing lower. That in itself is quite unusual, as we are a very varied bunch are rarely see the game the same way.

[2]   This week we have 5 players get 100 or more votes. That in itself is good, but the lowest of those 5 scores was 173! It showed that we had some dominant players who stuck out.

[3]   We still showed that we are a bunch of individuals: only 3 players got votes from all voters (Cripps, Jones and McKay). However, three other players had all but one or two voters give them a mention. This is extremely unusual for us when we vote.

[4]   This round there were 17 voters, which is a little down for a considerable win. We haven’t had many considerable wins in recent years. Hopefully, we can put away a few more teams this year.
We had 17 voters for this round last year.

[5]   We had 13 players get a mention this week, which is a little down on vote getters from recent times. I think it was because we had quite a number of dominant players who deserved a lot of votes, so the borderline cases missed out. There were a number of players who got Honourable Mentions, rather than votes this week.

[6]   Liam Jones got his first BOG of the season with a dominant display across half back. Sam Walsh made it 3 top 2 finishes out of 3. Only 2 others, Saad and Gibbons, have managed top 10 finishes in all 3 games this year.

[7]   Of our newer players, Fog has managed 11th, 5th and 5th. That is a pretty positive start for the young man.

Votes:
Jones, Liam 305
Walsh, Sam 281
McKay, Harrison 248
Cripps, Patrick 216
Fogarty, Lachlan 173
Silvagni, Jack 70
Gibbons, Michael 22
Docherty, Sam 16
Curnow, Edward 13
Saad, Adam 11
Plowman, Lachlan 8
Newnes, Jack 8
Pittonet, Marc 5

Progressive Votes:
984 - Walsh, Sam (0)
539 - Saad, Adam (0)
424 - McKay, Harrison (0)
393 - Cripps, Patrick (0)
305 - Jones, Liam (0)
255 - Fogarty, Lachlan (0)
171 - Gibbons, Michael (0)
169 - Weitering, Jacob (0)
117 - Plowman, Lachlan (0)
73 - Silvagni, Jack (0)
69 - Martin, Jack (0)
67 - Newnes, Jack (0)
35 - Curnow, Edward (0)
34 - Docherty, Sam (0)
26 - Fisher, Zac (0)
23 - Petrevski - Seton, Sam (0)
16 - William, Zac (0)
9 - Pittonet, Marc (0)
8 - McDonald, Oscar (0)

Sam Walsh has a commanding lead at this point, but the following pack is strong and improving.
Live Long and Prosper!