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Post by willow » Sat 14 Jul, 2012 10:11 pm

1. Moltzen - 44 metres in attack, 1 tackle break, 3 tackles, 1 missed tackle, 2 errors

2. Utai - 126 metres in attack, 1 offload, 4 tackle breaks, 3 tackles, 2 missed tackles, 1 error

3. Ayshford - 77 metres in attack, 2 tackle breaks, 18 tackles, 6 missed tackles, 1 error

4. Lawrence - 120 metres in attack, 1 try, 1 line break, 4 tackle breaks, 12 tackles, 1 missed tackle1, 1 error

5. Ryan - 41 metres in attack, 1 tackle break, 8 tackles, 1 missed tackle

6. Sironen - 50 metres in attack, 1 line break, 1 line break assist, 1 try assist, 2 tackle breaks, 10 tackles, 2 missed tackles

7. Marshall - 29 metres in attack, 3 goals, 2 try assists, 3 line break assists, 1 offload, 2 tackle breaks, 15 tackles, 9 missed tackles, 2 errors

8. Woods - 118 metres in attack, 42 tackles, 1 error

9. Farah - 22 metres in attack, 1 try, 1 line break, 1 try assist, 1 line break assist, 3 offloads, 3 tackle breaks, 47 tackles, 3 missed tackles, 1 error

10. Galloway - 68 metres in attack, 25 tackles, 3 missed tackles

16. Bell - 42 metres in attack, 3 tackle breaks, 24 tackles, 1 missed tackle

12. Fulton - 61 metres in attack, 1 try, 1 line break, 5 tackle breaks, 42 tackles, 3 missed tackles

13. Heighington - 123 metres in attack, 1 try, 1 line break, 1 offload, 2 tackle breaks, 21 tackles, 3 missed tackles

14. Moors - 27 metres in attack, 18 tackles, 1 missed tackle, 1 error

15. BMM - 34 metres in attack, 1 try, 1 line break, 5 tackle breaks, 15 tackles, 2 missed tackles

17. Cahsmere - 34 metres in attack, 10 tackles

18. Reddy - A nice round figure


Team Stats:

Try assists - 3
Offloads - 6
Line breaks - 6
Line break assists - 5
Tackles made - 313
Tackles missed - 38
Tackle breaks - 33
Total metres gained - 1016
Possession - 46%
Errors - 10
Penalties - 9
Completion rate - 29/37 = 78%


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Post by Anthism » Sun 15 Jul, 2012 12:21 am

Kinda scary that Aysh was 1\4 of the missed tackles tonight ><


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Post by WestsSupporter » Sun 15 Jul, 2012 1:13 am

Holy crap Ayshford is playing terrrible! Fulton did a good job defending at the start of the game. I think I heard the commentator say he made 18 or so tackles in the first 20-odd minutes.
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Post by ellery schofield » Sun 15 Jul, 2012 4:07 am

not worth commenting on until corrected/updated.

always major discrepancies in the first draft.

there is no way beau & moltzen only made 36 metres each (not saying they made big yards, but surely more than that).

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Post by Tigerdave » Sun 15 Jul, 2012 5:47 am

3. Ayshford - 89 metres in attack, 14 tackles, 8 missed tackles

Those missed tackles...........that's awful


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Post by hellman » Sun 15 Jul, 2012 7:18 am

Look at Utai's stats. He is like another prop for us.

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Post by badger » Sun 15 Jul, 2012 7:43 am

Missed tackles are still a worry. Much better effort though imo.Thanks for the stats Willow.

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Post by innsaneink » Sun 15 Jul, 2012 8:12 am

Penriths forwards got on top of us...their whole team made metres at will. This at home against team 15

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Post by Deano1 » Sun 15 Jul, 2012 8:30 am

defensively with the exception of the Kingston try I thought their goal line defence was really good....in the middle third of the field different story, especially on the fringes.

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Post by larrycorowa » Sun 15 Jul, 2012 8:57 am

we were clearly undersized without Blair and Ellis. Basically only 2 legit props. We wont get dominated when we get Blair and Ellis back.

As for Ashyford i saw him miss Jennings three times in one run...does this count as 3 or 1 miss?

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Post by willow » Sun 15 Jul, 2012 8:59 am

Player and team stats have been updated. Benji's stats are polarising...

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Post by smeghead » Sun 15 Jul, 2012 9:10 am

Ayshford was good with the ball in hand but he has trouble defending a couple of players and needs to address it. Those players are Jennings and Hodges.

He gave Jennings too much time last night but I think part of that was trying not to rush out isolating the young pivot with him.

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Post by innsaneink » Sun 15 Jul, 2012 9:13 am

Anyone hear during the broadcast last night, they mentioned last week v Dogs, Sirro had something like 9 touches of the ball, while Marshall had 70 plus.

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Post by willow » Sun 15 Jul, 2012 9:34 am

innsaneink wrote:Anyone hear during the broadcast last night, they mentioned last week v Dogs, Sirro had something like 9 touches of the ball, while Marshall had 70 plus.
Yep, Benji effectively played Sirro out of last week's game, but there was a much better balance with Farah back in the side last night.

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Post by happy tiger » Sun 15 Jul, 2012 9:47 am

innsaneink wrote:Anyone hear during the broadcast last night, they mentioned last week v Dogs, Sirro had something like 9 touches of the ball, while Marshall had 70 plus.
Yeah 70 is a lot , but the record is 110+ held by Darren Lockyer v the Tigers in 2006

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Post by seijai » Sun 15 Jul, 2012 11:23 am

THe stats show we arent really a top 8 team. In my view, playing a team like Penrith, we should be winning by at least 18

Utai has the most metres

Benji has the most missed tackles, with Ayshford.

Other than Utai, only Woods and Rino made more than 100m.

Hopefully when Ellis and Blair returns it will be better (although we lose big Keefy)

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Post by Flippedy » Sun 15 Jul, 2012 5:24 pm

seijai wrote:THe stats show we arent really a top 8 team. In my view, playing a team like Penrith, we should be winning by at least 18

Utai has the most metres

Benji has the most missed tackles, with Ayshford.

Other than Utai, only Woods and Rino made more than 100m.

Hopefully when Ellis and Blair returns it will be better (although we lose big Keefy)
Too true, they are really ordinary stats.
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Post by king sirro » Sun 15 Jul, 2012 7:33 pm

Not a fan of stats at all and think they show nothing.

Think about it.. some example are Heighno, he can look good on paper making well over 100metres, but it doesnt show his average metre gain per run. He makes more metres cos he has more runs. And before anyone says "but we whos going to make those runs if hes not there".....do u really think no one would be there to take the run?

As for missed tackles....well that can so often be decieving. For example, a player can miss many tackles but in actual fact said player can be caught in a position where he does a great job in helping shut down a play when we are short but actually misses the tackle and a team mate is able to make the tackle due to the pressure put on by the player that gets marked down as missing the tackle. The best way to judge a players defence is if they miss those one on one tackles that lead to lone breaks or tries. Because so often, someone like Ayshford can miss a tackle, but it sbecause they have to make a certain play knowing they will miss but it will give their inside or outside man a chance to make the tackle.

Thats why i hate stats and hate players who clearly base their game around numbers and not whats best for the team.
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