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Re: Jim Park Analysis 2023

Reply #15
AFL Rd 12:   Carlton vs Melbourne
Another disappointing result. Our defence wasn’t that bad, but our forward work …

Trends:
[1]   There were 10 voters this week, 1 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 7.43, which was a D+. We are in a very poor vein of form.

[3]   There were 12 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. (I really hate repeating this – I hated writing it in the first place.)

[4]   The average vote this week was 24, which is 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. Again!

[6]   Adam Cerra scored his second BOG for the year with 335 votes. That normally is a match winning effort. But this week Cerra’s game just wasn’t that good. It was just a lot better than his teammates.

[7]   3 players scored votes from all voters. The normal spread just wasn’t there.

[8]   Brodie Kemp was the youngster to make his mark this week. But the other youngsters aren’t doing as much of late.

[9]   No real pattern in this week's voting. Not enough from anyone, really.
Live Long and Prosper!

Re: Jim Park Analysis 2023

Reply #16
AFL Rd 12:   Carlton vs Melbourne
Another disappointing result. Our defence wasn’t that bad, but our forward work …

Trends:
[1]   There were 10 voters this week, 1 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 7.43, which was a D+. We are in a very poor vein of form.

[3]   There were 12 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. (I really hate repeating this – I hated writing it in the first place.)

[4]   The average vote this week was 24, which is 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. Again!

[6]   Adam Cerra scored his second BOG for the year with 335 votes. That normally is a match winning effort. But this week Cerra’s game just wasn’t that good. It was just a lot better than his teammates.

[7]   3 players scored votes from all voters. The normal spread just wasn’t there.

[8]   Brodie Kemp was the youngster to make his mark this week. But the other youngsters aren’t doing as much of late.

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

What did I do with the votes?
Live Long and Prosper!

Re: Jim Park Analysis 2023

Reply #17
Votes for Rd 12:
Cerra, Adam   335
McKay, Harrison   206
Weitering, Jacob   173
Kemp, Brodie   132
Docherty, Sam   107
de Koning, Tom  37
Acres, Blake   33
Cincotta, Alex   33
Kennedy, Matthew   21
Cripps, Patrick   17
Silvagni, Jack   12
McGovern, Mitchell   8
Live Long and Prosper!

Re: Jim Park Analysis 2023

Reply #18
AFL Rd 13:   Carlton vs Essendon
Another disappointing result.

Trends:
[1]   There were 8 voters this week, which is not great.
Please do take the time to vote, the more voters we have, the more reliable our statistics become.

[2]   The rating this week was 6.92, which was almost a D. We are in a very poor vein of form.

[3]   There were 14 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. (I really hate repeating this – I hated writing it in the first place.)

[4]   The average vote this week was 23, which is ordinary. Good wins get scores above 30.

[5]   3 players scored more than 100 votes. That suggests w edidn't have a lot of winners on the night.

[6]   Adam Cerra scored his third BOG for the year with 294 votes. That normally is a match winning effort. But this week Cerra’s game just wasn’t that good. It was just a lot better than his teammates.

[7]   1 player scored votes from all voters, Adam Cerra. There were a couple who missed one voter.

[8]   Brodie Kemp was the youngster to make his mark this week. Cincotta was also reasonable.

[9]   No real pattern in this week's voting. Not enough from anyone, really. Not enough guys won on the night.

Votes:
Cerra, Adam   294
Weitering, Jacob 121
de Koning, Tom   104
Kemp, Brodie   86
Walsh, Sam   78
Curnow, Charles   73
Docherty, Sam   65
Cincotta, Alex   65
Saad, Adam   61
McGovern, Mitchell 39
Acres, Blake   22
Curnow, Edward   13
Martin, Jack  13
Kennedy, Matthew  4

Progressive Voting:
1773 - Cerra, Adam (0)
1614 - Curnow, Charles (0)
1166 - Docherty, Sam (0)
1144 - Newman, Nicholas (0)
994 - Walsh, Sam (0)
946 - Weitering, Jacob (0)
894 - Cripps, Patrick (0)
819 - Acres, Blake (0)
639 - McGovern, Mitchell (0)
610 - McKay, Harrison (0)
531 - Saad, Adam (0)
489 - Young, Lewis (0)
392 - Hewett, George (0)
381 - Curnow, Edward (0)
311 - Pittonet, Marc (0)
283 - Kennedy, Matthew (0)
275 - Silvagni, Jack (0)
272 - Cottrell, Matthew (0)
262 - Kemp, Brodie (0)
255 - Owies, Matthew (0)
254 - de Koning, Tom (0)
198 - Hollands, Oliver (0)
174 - Cincotta, Alex (0)
157 - Motlop, Jesse (0)
67 - Durdin, Corey (0)
52 - Fisher, Zac (0)
17 - Boyd, Jordan (0)
13 - Martin, Jack (0)

Adam Cerra has taken the lead with his 3rd BOG of the season. He has been in the top 3 players 6 times this year.
Charlie has fallen back to second, but is still a consistent poller. He has managed 5 games in the top 3, with 3 BOG's.
Doc continues his consistent vote winning. Even though he probably played better last year, he has still managed votes in all but 2 games. Last year he got votes in every game we played.
At this point, Cerra is the only Carlton player to get votes in every game.
Live Long and Prosper!

Re: Jim Park Analysis 2023

Reply #19
AFL Rd 14:   Carlton vs Gold Coast
One of the better wins in recent times. However, with injuries to Pittonet and de Koning, it makes the future look problematical.

Trends:
[1]   There were 12 voters this week, a considerable improvement over recent games.
Even so, 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 9.72, which is just above an A-, the second highest for the year. It is really nice to write that, I’ll tell you.

[3]   18 players managed a mention this week, a considerable improvement on our recent form. It shows how just about everyone had a really solid contribution.

[4]   The average vote this week was 32, which equals the season high. Another indication of a strong performance.

[5]   6 players managed 100 votes or more this week, which is phenomenal! It shows we had a lot of dominant players, not just one or two.

[6]   Adam Cerra managed his 4th BOG for the season. He scored 373 votes. Doc was 2nd, followed by Weitering and Cripps.

[7]   Only one player, Cerra, managed votes from all of the voters. It was hard to reward everyone who deserved a mention. Docherty, Kemp and Walsh missed by one voter.

[8]   Of our youngsters, Kemp stood out with what might be his best game yet. He managed over 100 votes. Cincotta was not as dominant, but he was worth his place.

[9]   This week our mids were much more influential than they have been. Most of them garnered votes, but our defenders also stood out.

Votes:
Cerra, Adam 373
Docherty, Sam   207
Walsh, Sam   158
Cripps, Patrick   150
Kemp, Brodie  138
Kennedy, Matthew   117
McKay, Harrison  69
de Koning, Tom   61
Saad, Adam   36
Newman, Nicholas   32
Weitering, Jacob   28
McGovern, Mitchell   20
Cottrell, Matthew   20
Boyd, Jordan  12
Dow, Patrick   12
Owies, Matthew  8
Cincotta, Alex   8
Cuningham, David  8

Progressive Voting:
2146 - Cerra, Adam (0)
1614 - Curnow, Charles (0)
1372 - Docherty, Sam (0)
1176 - Newman, Nicholas (0)
1152 - Walsh, Sam (0)
1043 - Cripps, Patrick (0)
974 - Weitering, Jacob (0)
819 - Acres, Blake (0)
679 - McKay, Harrison (0)
659 - McGovern, Mitchell (0)
567 - Saad, Adam (0)
489 - Young, Lewis (0)
401 - Kennedy, Matthew (0)
399 - Kemp, Brodie (0)
392 - Hewett, George (0)
381 - Curnow, Edward (0)
315 - de Koning, Tom (0)
311 - Pittonet, Marc (0)
292 - Cottrell, Matthew (0)
275 - Silvagni, Jack (0)
263 - Owies, Matthew (0)
198 - Hollands, Oliver (0)
182 - Cincotta, Alex (0)
157 - Motlop, Jesse (0)
67 - Durdin, Corey (0)
52 - Fisher, Zac (0)
29 - Boyd, Jordan (0)
13 - Dow, Patrick (0)
13 - Martin, Jack (0)
9 - Cuningham, David (0)

Cerra extended his lead at the top. There is a solid group over a 100 votes following him, lead by Charlie Curnow (who has been down for a while).
Live Long and Prosper!

Re: Jim Park Analysis 2023

Reply #20
AFL Rd 16:   Carlton vs Hawthorn
Winning without a definite ruck was excellent. To win as we did, after the bye, was excellent.

Trends:
[1]   There were 14 voters this week,one of the best we've managed this season.
Even so, 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 9.81, which is just above an A-, the second highest for the year.

[3]   18 players again managed a mention this week. It shows how just about everyone had a really solid contribution.

[4]   The average vote this week was 32, which equals the season high.

[5]   7 players managed 100 votes or more this week, which is phenomenal!I thought last week's 6 was damned good, but 7!! And one other guy had 98 votes!

[6]   Adam Cerra managed his 4th BOG in a row, his 5th for the season. He scored 301 votes. Cripps and McKay were equal second with 175 votes.

[7]   Only two players, Cerra and Cripps, managed votes from all of the voters.

[8]   Our youngsters didn't stand out this round, but both Concotta and Kemp were well worth their place.

[9]   We really dominated in the midfield this week, although our key defenders and forwards also stood out.

Votes:
Cerra, Adam  301
Cripps, Patrick   175
McKay, Harrison  175
Walsh, Sam    147
Weitering, Jacob  137
Silvagni, Jack  126
Docherty, Sam  116
Acres, Blake  98
Kemp, Brodie 32
Martin, Jack   32
Curnow, Charles  25
Fogarty, Lachlan  25
Cuningham, David  21
Newman, Nicholas  18
McGovern, Mitchell  18
Kennedy, Matthew  14
Boyd, Jordan  11
Saad, Adam  4

Progressive Votes:
2447 - Cerra, Adam (0)
1639 - Curnow, Charles (0)
1488 - Docherty, Sam (0)
1299 - Walsh, Sam (0)
1219 - Cripps, Patrick (0)
1193 - Newman, Nicholas (0)
1111 - Weitering, Jacob (0)
917 - Acres, Blake (0)
854 - McKay, Harrison (0)
677 - McGovern, Mitchell (0)
570 - Saad, Adam (0)
489 - Young, Lewis (0)
431 - Kemp, Brodie (0)
415 - Kennedy, Matthew (0)
402 - Silvagni, Jack (0)
392 - Hewett, George (0)
381 - Curnow, Edward (0)
315 - de Koning, Tom (0)
311 - Pittonet, Marc (0)
292 - Cottrell, Matthew (0)
263 - Owies, Matthew (0)
198 - Hollands, Oliver (0)
182 - Cincotta, Alex (0)
157 - Motlop, Jesse (0)
67 - Durdin, Corey (0)
52 - Fisher, Zac (0)
45 - Martin, Jack (0)
39 - Boyd, Jordan (0)
30 - Cuningham, David (0)
25 - Fogarty, Lachlan (0)
13 - Dow, Patrick (0)

Live Long and Prosper!

Re: Jim Park Analysis 2023

Reply #21
AFL Rd 17:   Carlton vs Fremantle
Winning in Perth, winning without a proper ruckman, winning like we did; so much to like this week.

Trends:
[1]   There were 13 voters this week, which is really solid. Especially as the game was in Perth and not on free-to-air TV.
Even so, 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 9.97, which is an A, the highest for the year and one of the highest I can remember.

[3]   16 players again managed a mention this week. It shows how just about everyone had a really solid contribution.

[4]   The average vote this week was 33, which is the season high.

[5]   5 players managed 100 votes or more this week, which is still brilliant. It really shows just how many players made brilliant contributions.

[6]   Adam Cerra and Sam Walsh tied for top spot this week with 276 votes. I don't remember many ties. Weitering came in 3rd. It is Cerra's 5th week in a row on top, his 6th BOG for the year.

[7]   No player managed votes from all of the voters, which is also something of a first. A number of players missed from 1 voter.

[8]   Our youngsters didn't stand out this round, but both Concotta and Kemp were well worth their place again. Both did solid jobs and look to have long term positions.

[9]   It was a very even distribution this week, with all areas of the game making significant contributions.

Votes:
Cerra, Adam   276
Walsh, Sam   276
Weitering, Jacob   207
Cripps, Patrick   153
McKay, Harrison   153
Docherty, Sam  107
Saad, Adam   65
Silvagni, Jack   54
Kennedy, Matthew  42
Owies, Matthew 38
Curnow, Charles  35
Newman, Nicholas  35
Martin, Jack  27
Young, Lewis  15
Acres, Blake  8
Fogarty, Lachlan  4

Progressive Voting:
2723 - Cerra, Adam (0)
1673 - Curnow, Charles (0)
1595 - Docherty, Sam (0)
1575 - Walsh, Sam (0)
1372 - Cripps, Patrick (0)
1318 - Weitering, Jacob (0)
1228 - Newman, Nicholas (0)
1008 - McKay, Harrison (0)
925 - Acres, Blake (0)
677 - McGovern, Mitchell (0)
636 - Saad, Adam (0)
504 - Young, Lewis (0)
457 - Kennedy, Matthew (0)
455 - Silvagni, Jack (0)
431 - Kemp, Brodie (0)
392 - Hewett, George (0)
381 - Curnow, Edward (0)
315 - de Koning, Tom (0)
311 - Pittonet, Marc (0)
301 - Owies, Matthew (0)
292 - Cottrell, Matthew (0)
198 - Hollands, Oliver (0)
182 - Cincotta, Alex (0)
157 - Motlop, Jesse (0)
72 - Martin, Jack (0)
67 - Durdin, Corey (0)
52 - Fisher, Zac (0)
39 - Boyd, Jordan (0)
30 - Cuningham, David (0)
29 - Fogarty, Lachlan (0)
13 - Dow, Patrick (0)
Live Long and Prosper!

Re: Jim Park Analysis 2023

Reply #22
AFL Rd 18:   Carlton vs Port Adelaide
Probably our best win since our glory days, we smashed a premiership contender into the dust. It was so good to see.

Trends:
[1]   There were 13 voters this week, for the second week in a row. As good a turnout as we get these days.
Even so, 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 10.21, which is aalmost an A+, the highest for the year and one of the highest I can remember. Even better than last week.

[3]   15 players managed a mention this week, which is still brilliant. It shows how just about everyone had a really solid contribution, which has been a hallmark of our last few weeks.

[4]   The average vote this week was 33, which is the equal season high. I haven't seen a bigger total since I've been doing this statistic.

[5]   4 players managed 100 votes or more this week, which is still brilliant, even if it isn't as high as it has been of late. It really shows just how many players made brilliant contributions.

[6]   Jack Silvagni won the BOG this week, for the first time in his career. he played the most complete game he's ever produced.  Newman and Cripps also got more votes than most require for a BOG.

[7]   2 players, Silvagni ad Cripps managed votes from all of the voters, which is more usual. Still there was a very wide spread of votes.

[8]   Of our youngsters, Jesse Motlop stood out this week. As a late call-up, he surprised Port and slotted 4 brilliant goals. Cincotta and Kemp may not have got votes, but made valuable contributions.

[9]   It was a very even distribution again this week, with all areas of the team making significant contributions.

Votes:
Silvagni, Jack   353
Newman, Nicholas   306
Cripps, Patrick  255
de Koning, Tom   130
Docherty, Sam   86
Motlop, Jesse   86
Acres, Blake   82
Curnow, Charles   71
Walsh, Sam  63
McGovern, Mitchell   55
Cerra, Adam   12
Cottrell, Matthew   12
Martin, Jack  8
Cuningham, David   8
Weitering, Jacob   4

Progressive Votes:
2735 - Cerra, Adam (0)
1744 - Curnow, Charles (0)
1682 - Docherty, Sam (0)
1638 - Walsh, Sam (0)
1627 - Cripps, Patrick (0)
1534 - Newman, Nicholas (0)
1322 - Weitering, Jacob (0)
1008 - Acres, Blake (0)
1008 - McKay, Harrison (0)
809 - Silvagni, Jack (0)
732 - McGovern, Mitchell (0)
636 - Saad, Adam (0)
504 - Young, Lewis (0)
457 - Kennedy, Matthew (0)
444 - de Koning, Tom (0)
431 - Kemp, Brodie (0)
392 - Hewett, George (0)
381 - Curnow, Edward (0)
311 - Pittonet, Marc (0)
304 - Cottrell, Matthew (0)
301 - Owies, Matthew (0)
243 - Motlop, Jesse (0)
198 - Hollands, Oliver (0)
182 - Cincotta, Alex (0)
80 - Martin, Jack (0)
67 - Durdin, Corey (0)
52 - Fisher, Zac (0)
39 - Boyd, Jordan (0)
37 - Cuningham, David (0)
29 - Fogarty, Lachlan (0)
13 - Dow, Patrick (0)

Cerra is still a clear leader, but it is very close for 2nd spot with 5 guys contested for that honour.
Live Long and Prosper!

Re: Jim Park Analysis 2023

Reply #23
AFL Rd 19:   Carlton vs West Coast
The first half was as good a footballas anyone has played this century. The second half we limped over the line with injuries. But a 71 point win doesn't come around every day.

Trends:
[1]   There were 10 voters this week, which is as disappointing for a 12 goal win as could be imagined.
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 10.03, which is an A, the second highest for the year and one of the highest I can remember. We very rarely score games this high.

[3]   13 players managed a mention this week, which is still brilliant. It shows how just about everyone had a really solid contribution, which has been a hallmark of our last few weeks. Since I've been doing this we've never been this consistent all over the board as we've been these last 5 rounds.

[4]   The average vote this week was 33, for the 3rd week in a row.

[5]   5 players managed 100 votes or more this week. This is also something we haven't done since the glory days.

[6]   Charlie Curnow managed an incredible 537 votes to be BOG. Not even Judd managed those figures. This was Charlie's 4th BOG for the year.

[7]   2 players, Curnow and Docherty managed votes from all of the voters this week. There was againa considerable spread, but not as wide as it has been recently. 

[8]   Kemp and Hollands stuck out as youngsters who made a significant contribution this week.

[9]   Other than Charlie, who was 300 votes better than anyone else, it was a very even distribution again this week, with all areas of the team making significant contributions.

Votes:
Curnow, Charles  537
de Koning, Tom   221
Hewett, George   206
Docherty, Sam   176
Walsh, Sam   125
Weitering, Jacob   70
Newman, Nicholas   45
Kemp, Brodie   40
Saad, Adam   25
Dow, Patrick  25
Hollands, Oliver  15
Cuningham, David  15
Acres, Blake  5

Progressive Votes:
2735 - Cerra, Adam (0)
2281 - Curnow, Charles (0)
1857 - Docherty, Sam (0)
1763 - Walsh, Sam (0)
1627 - Cripps, Patrick (0)
1579 - Newman, Nicholas (0)
1392 - Weitering, Jacob (0)
1013 - Acres, Blake (0)
1008 - McKay, Harrison (0)
809 - Silvagni, Jack (0)
732 - McGovern, Mitchell (0)
665 - de Koning, Tom (0)
661 - Saad, Adam (0)
597 - Hewett, George (0)
504 - Young, Lewis (0)
471 - Kemp, Brodie (0)
457 - Kennedy, Matthew (0)
381 - Curnow, Edward (0)
311 - Pittonet, Marc (0)
304 - Cottrell, Matthew (0)
301 - Owies, Matthew (0)
243 - Motlop, Jesse (0)
213 - Hollands, Oliver (0)
182 - Cincotta, Alex (0)
80 - Martin, Jack (0)
67 - Durdin, Corey (0)
53 - Cuningham, David (0)
52 - Fisher, Zac (0)
39 - Boyd, Jordan (0)
38 - Dow, Patrick (0)
29 - Fogarty, Lachlan (0)

Charlie's recent form and Cerra's injury has opened up voting somewhat. Charlie is now clearly in 2nd place. Pretty tight behind these two.
Live Long and Prosper!

Re: Jim Park Analysis 2023

Reply #24
AFL Rd 20:   Carlton vs Collingwood
To beat Collingwood the way we did was superb! One of the great wins.

Trends:
[1]   There were 11 voters this week, which is as disappointing for a such a win.
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 10.28, which is an A+, the highest I can remember. Considering how we were playing not that long ago, I could barely believe it.

[3]   15 players managed a mention this week, which shows just how we've played for the last 6 weeks. 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 these last 6 rounds.

[4]   The average vote this week was 34, the best I can recall.

[5]   5 players managed 100 votes or more this week, with 2 others getting 94 votes! Brilliant!

[6]   Charlie Curnow managed  362 votes to be BOG. This was Charlie's 5th BOG for the year. Weitering and Newman also managed over 250 votes each!

[7]   3 players, Curnow, Newman and Weitering attracted votes from all of the voters this week.

[8]   While our youngsters weren't BOG this week, they all made a decent contribution..

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

Votes:
Curnow, Charles   362
Weitering, Jacob   301
Newman, Nicholas   258
Cripps, Patrick   138
Martin, Jack   129
Cerra, Adam   95
Docherty, Sam   95
McGovern, Mitchell   43
Motlop, Jesse   39
Hewett, George   22
Hollands, Oliver   22
Acres, Blake  13
Saad, Adam   13
Cincotta, Alex  9
Fogarty, Lachlan  4

Progressive Voting:
2830 - Cerra, Adam (0)
2642 - Curnow, Charles (0)
1952 - Docherty, Sam (0)
1838 - Newman, Nicholas (0)
1765 - Cripps, Patrick (0)
1763 - Walsh, Sam (0)
1694 - Weitering, Jacob (0)
1026 - Acres, Blake (0)
1008 - McKay, Harrison (0)
809 - Silvagni, Jack (0)
775 - McGovern, Mitchell (0)
674 - Saad, Adam (0)
665 - de Koning, Tom (0)
619 - Hewett, George (0)
504 - Young, Lewis (0)
471 - Kemp, Brodie (0)
457 - Kennedy, Matthew (0)
381 - Curnow, Edward (0)
311 - Pittonet, Marc (0)
304 - Cottrell, Matthew (0)
301 - Owies, Matthew (0)
282 - Motlop, Jesse (0)
235 - Hollands, Oliver (0)
209 - Martin, Jack (0)
191 - Cincotta, Alex (0)
67 - Durdin, Corey (0)
53 - Cuningham, David (0)
52 - Fisher, Zac (0)
39 - Boyd, Jordan (0)
38 - Dow, Patrick (0)
33 - Fogarty, Lachlan (0)
 Getting close at the top, since Cerra has missed with injury. This week he managed 95 votes in a half of a game. But Charlie is closing.
Behind him is something of a logjam.
Live Long and Prosper!

Re: Jim Park Analysis 2023

Reply #25
AFL Rd 21:   Carlton vs St. Kilda
The first half was pretty ordinary, but the last half was something else.

Trends:
[1]   There were 11 voters this week, which is a little disappointing for a such an important win.
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 9.85, which is an A-. Not quite as good as a couple of our recent wins, but very good all the same.

[3]   17 players managed a mention this week, which shows just how we've played for the last 7 weeks. 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 these last 7 rounds.

[4]   The average vote this week was 32. Not a bad effort at all.

[5]   6 players managed 100 votes or more this week. That shows just how good our spread of good players has been.

[6]   Nic Newman managed  398 votes to be BOG. This was Nic's 3rd BOG for the year. Acres was 2nd with his 2nd best total for the year.

[7]   1 player, Nic Newman, got votes from everyone. Three others missed by 1 voter.

[8]   While our youngsters weren't BOG this week, they all made a decent contribution. Hollands, Kemp and Motlop all garnered votes. Hollands got a Rising Star nomination.

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

Votes:
Newman, Nicholas   398
Acres, Blake   228
Weitering, Jacob  166
Cripps, Patrick   130
Docherty, Sam   125
Fisher, Zac  112
Hollands, Oliver  72
Dow, Patrick  54
de Koning, Tom  45
Hewett, George  40
Martin, Jack  40
Motlop, Jesse  31
Pittonet, Marc  9
Cottrell, Matthew   9
Owies, Matthew  9
Kemp, Brodie  4
Cincotta, Alex  4

Progressive Voting:
2830 - Cerra, Adam (0)
2642 - Curnow, Charles (0)
2236 - Newman, Nicholas (0)
2077 - Docherty, Sam (0)
1895 - Cripps, Patrick (0)
1859 - Weitering, Jacob (0)
1763 - Walsh, Sam (0)
1254 - Acres, Blake (0)
1008 - McKay, Harrison (0)
809 - Silvagni, Jack (0)
775 - McGovern, Mitchell (0)
710 - de Koning, Tom (0)
674 - Saad, Adam (0)
659 - Hewett, George (0)
504 - Young, Lewis (0)
476 - Kemp, Brodie (0)
457 - Kennedy, Matthew (0)
381 - Curnow, Edward (0)
320 - Pittonet, Marc (0)
313 - Motlop, Jesse (0)
313 - Cottrell, Matthew (0)
310 - Owies, Matthew (0)
306 - Hollands, Oliver (0)
249 - Martin, Jack (0)
195 - Cincotta, Alex (0)
164 - Fisher, Zac (0)
91 - Dow, Patrick (0)
67 - Durdin, Corey (0)
53 - Cuningham, David (0)
39 - Boyd, Jordan (0)
33 - Fogarty, Lachlan (0)

It is getting close at the top; less than 200 votes between 1st and 2nd.
Live Long and Prosper!

Re: Jim Park Analysis 2023

Reply #26
AFL Rd 22:   Carlton vs Melbourne
The first time we've beaten Melbourne in a long time, and a hard contest for the night. We really deserved this one.

Trends:
[1]   There were 11 voters this week, which is a little disappointing for a such an important win. This round last year we had 16 voters, even though we failed.
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 10.09, which is an A. We've managed a consistency of score in this area like none other I can remember. It is great.

[3]   17 players managed a mention again this week, which shows just how we've played for the last 8 weeks. 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 these last 8 rounds.

[4]   The average vote this week was 33. The best run I can remember in this area.

[5]   4 players managed 100 votes or more this week.

[6]   Patrick Cripps managed  307 votes to be BOG this week, followed by Newman and Hewett. This was Cripps' 1st BOG for the year, although it was his 10th time in the top 4. Nic newman has been in the top 4 8 times this year.

[7]   3 players, Cripps, Hewett and Newman, got votes from everyone this week. The rest of the votes were well spread.

[8]   Our youngsters continued to make an impression, an excellent sig moving forwards. Kemp and Cincotta managed votes.

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

Votes:
Cripps, Patrick  307
Newman, Nicholas  284
Hewett, George  243
Acres, Blake  133
Kemp, Brodie  87
Saad, Adam  78
Weitering, Jacob  64
Docherty, Sam  60
Dow, Patrick  55
Martin, Jack  50
de Koning, Tom  41
Curnow, Charles  37
Owies, Matthew  23
Cincotta, Alex  23
Fisher, Zac  14
Marchbank, Caleb 9
Fogarty, Lachlan  5

Progressive Votes:
2830 - Cerra, Adam (0)
2679 - Curnow, Charles (0)
2520 - Newman, Nicholas (0)
2202 - Cripps, Patrick (0)
2137 - Docherty, Sam (0)
1923 - Weitering, Jacob (0)
1763 - Walsh, Sam (0)
1387 - Acres, Blake (0)
1008 - McKay, Harrison (0)
902 - Hewett, George (0)
809 - Silvagni, Jack (0)
775 - McGovern, Mitchell (0)
752 - Saad, Adam (0)
751 - de Koning, Tom (0)
563 - Kemp, Brodie (0)
504 - Young, Lewis (0)
457 - Kennedy, Matthew (0)
381 - Curnow, Edward (0)
333 - Owies, Matthew (0)
320 - Pittonet, Marc (0)
313 - Motlop, Jesse (0)
313 - Cottrell, Matthew (0)
306 - Hollands, Oliver (0)
300 - Martin, Jack (0)
218 - Cincotta, Alex (0)
177 - Fisher, Zac (0)
146 - Dow, Patrick (0)
67 - Durdin, Corey (0)
53 - Cuningham, David (0)
39 - Boyd, Jordan (0)
38 - Fogarty, Lachlan (0)
10 - Marchbank, Caleb (0)

It is getting pretty close at the top. Charlie Curnow and Cerra are now neck and neck, due to Cerra's injury and Charlie's good recent form. But the closing pack is closing fast; we've had a lot of players doing well in recent times.  It will go down to the wire this year!
Live Long and Prosper!

Re: Jim Park Analysis 2023

Reply #27
AFL Rd 23:   Carlton vs Gold Coast
Not our best game for the year; the 1st quarter was ordinary, but the last 3 were strong. But we won on the Gold Coast, which is a big positive.

Trends:
[1]   There were 14 voters this week, a significant improvement on recent games. Let's hope we can keep it up for the last couple of games. :)
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 8.79, which is an B-. It is the worst score were had for months, but we still won.

[3]   15 players managed a mention again this week, which shows just how we've played for the last 8 weeks. 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 these last 9 rounds.

[4]   The average vote this week was 30. It goes to show that we were not at our peak. We've been up for a long time.

[5]   4 players managed 100 votes or more this week. It shows that we had a handful of relatively dominant players. the 'bit players' were less significant this week.

[6]   Charlie Curnow managed  432 votes to be BOG this week, followed by Newman and Hewett. This was Charlie's 6th BOG for the year. Nic Newman has been in the top 4 9 times this year.

[7]   2 players, Charlie Curnow and Newman, got votes from everyone this week. The rest of the votes were well spread.

[8]   Our youngsters continued to make an impression, an excellent sig moving forwards. Kemp and Cincotta managed votes.

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

Votes:
Curnow, Charles  434
Newman, Nicholas  238
Weitering, Jacob  225
Hewett, George  121
Motlop, Jesse  98
Dow, Patrick  85
Martin, Jack  52 
Acres, Blake  46
Cripps, Patrick  16
Docherty, Sam  13
Fisher, Zac  13
Saad, Adam  10
Owies, Matthew  7
Curnow, Edward  3
Kemp, Brodie   3

Progressive Voting:
3113 - Curnow, Charles (0)
2830 - Cerra, Adam (0)
2759 - Newman, Nicholas (0)
2219 - Cripps, Patrick (0)
2151 - Docherty, Sam (0)
2149 - Weitering, Jacob (0)
1763 - Walsh, Sam (0)
1433 - Acres, Blake (0)
1023 - Hewett, George (0)
1008 - McKay, Harrison (0)
839 - Silvagni, Jack (0)
775 - McGovern, Mitchell (0)
762 - Saad, Adam (0)
751 - de Koning, Tom (0)
567 - Kemp, Brodie (0)
504 - Young, Lewis (0)
457 - Kennedy, Matthew (0)
411 - Motlop, Jesse (0)
385 - Curnow, Edward (0)
353 - Martin, Jack (0)
340 - Owies, Matthew (0)
320 - Pittonet, Marc (0)
313 - Cottrell, Matthew (0)
306 - Hollands, Oliver (0)
231 - Dow, Patrick (0)
218 - Cincotta, Alex (0)
191 - Fisher, Zac (0)
67 - Durdin, Corey (0)
53 - Cuningham, David (0)
39 - Jordan Boyd (0)
38 - Fogarty, Lachlan (0)
10 - Marchbank, Caleb (0)
Live Long and Prosper!

Re: Jim Park Analysis 2023

Reply #28
Sorry, I'm a bit slow at the moment. I stuffed up the spreadsheet and had to reconstruct a fair bit of the data. I've got it under control now, at least until I find the next glitch. I should have the GWS game up by Wednesday at the latest.
Live Long and Prosper!

Re: Jim Park Analysis 2023

Reply #29
AFL Rd 24:   Carlton vs GWS
We got the job done for Charlie, but we didn't get a lot more out of this game.

Trends:
[1]   There were 9 voters this week. Clearly the loss, and the way we lost, reduced voter participation this 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 7.59, which is an C-. We weren't impressed this week.

[3]   18 players managed a mention this week, but nobody got the scores that we've having recently. So. most players did something, but few did enough.

[4]   The average vote this week was 27. It goes to show that we were not at our peak. We've been up for a long time.

[5]   4 players managed 100 votes or more this week. It shows that we had a handful of relatively dominant players. the 'bit players' were less significant this week.

[6]   Sam Walsh managed  234 votes to be BOG this week, just 4 votes better than Jacob Weitering.

[7]   Nobody, got votes from everyone this week. The rest of the votes were well spread.

[8]   Our youngsters didn't seem as prominent this week.

[9]   Our defenders generally had better games than our mids or forwards this week.

Votes:
Walsh, Sam    234
Weitering, Jacob   230
de Koning, Tom   200
Acres, Blake   101
McGovern, Mitchell   60
Dow, Patrick   60
Hewett, George   55
Cerra, Adam  46
Newman, Nicholas   41
Kemp, Brodie   37
Curnow, Charles  32
Owies, Matthew  32
Cuningham, David  32
McKay, Harrison  28
Saad, Adam  18
Fogarty, Lachlan  9
Fisher, Zac   5

Progressive Voting:
3145 - Curnow, Charles (33)
2876 - Cerra, Adam (46)
2800 - Newman, Nicholas (42)
2378 - Weitering, Jacob (230)
2219 - Cripps, Patrick (0)
2151 - Docherty, Sam (0)
1998 - Walsh, Sam (235)
1534 - Acres, Blake (102)
1078 - Hewett, George (56)
1036 - McKay, Harrison (28)
972 - de Koning, Tom (221)
839 - Silvagni, Jack (0)
835 - McGovern, Mitchell (60)
781 - Saad, Adam (19)
604 - Kemp, Brodie (37)
504 - Young, Lewis (0)
457 - Kennedy, Matthew (0)
411 - Motlop, Jesse (0)
385 - Curnow, Edward (0)
372 - Owies, Matthew (33)
353 - Martin, Jack (0)
320 - Pittonet, Marc (0)
313 - Cottrell, Matthew (0)
306 - Hollands, Oliver (0)
291 - Dow, Patrick (60)
218 - Cincotta, Alex (0)
195 - Fisher, Zac (5)
86 - Cuningham, David (33)
67 - Durdin, Corey (0)
48 - Fogarty, Lachlan (10)
39 - Jordan Boyd (0)
10 - Marchbank, Caleb (0)

Still close at the top. Charlie inched his way forward, but Nic Newman's getting really close in 3rd spot.
Live Long and Prosper!