Clanger Hangar 2019

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Re: Clanger Hangar 2019

Post by mdso » Fri Jul 12, 2019 5:07 pm

How many of us have said our skill levels are well below par. Those stats prove it. Improve our hand and foot skills, improve them only 5% and it could put into the eight. However the question has to be do the players practice skills during the week?

Apart from fitness, skills should be number 2 on the list, this is why at times, the game plan does not work. It completely relies on the player's skills and if, our skills are askew the game plan falls apart. Two coaches leaving at the end of the season will not change anything unless skills are concentrated on until its second nature. Come on...…………………………………………………… and bring in Snell.
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Re: Clanger Hangar 2019

Post by Windy_Hill » Fri Jul 12, 2019 5:38 pm

Windy Hille wrote:
Thu Jul 11, 2019 11:36 pm
nudder12 wrote:
Mon Jul 08, 2019 11:37 pm
Windy Hille wrote:
Mon Jul 08, 2019 11:26 pm
Must clean up our act. Imagine if we weren’t 2nd in clangers and 4th in turnovers! These are the things that can get you an extra win or two. If that were the case, we’d be entrenched in the 8.
I think that's a bit simplistic really.
It might be true, but I'd also like to see where we are with scores from turnovers and scores against us from turnovers - and who knows what other stats are out there!!!
My point is, maybe it's our "risky" style that causes the clangers/turnovers, but do they actually hurt us on the scoreboard? And, if we didn't play that way maybe we wouldn't score as much either.
Just to the naked eye, many of our turnovers end up being scores against. A few last week were complete transition from our forward line to a Swans rebound goal or behind.

I just believe if you want to be a top 4 side, you can’t be ranked 2nd in clangers + 4th in turnovers.
This....


My question is how are such rankings even possible for a side competing for the 8. And the untold ripple effect is a massive swing in momentum for opposition teams. Our heads drop, players go into their shells, the other team lifts.

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Re: Clanger Hangar 2019

Post by BenDoolan » Sat Jul 13, 2019 1:16 am

Windy_Hill wrote:
Fri Jul 12, 2019 5:38 pm
Windy Hille wrote:
Thu Jul 11, 2019 11:36 pm
nudder12 wrote:
Mon Jul 08, 2019 11:37 pm
Windy Hille wrote:
Mon Jul 08, 2019 11:26 pm
Must clean up our act. Imagine if we weren’t 2nd in clangers and 4th in turnovers! These are the things that can get you an extra win or two. If that were the case, we’d be entrenched in the 8.
I think that's a bit simplistic really.
It might be true, but I'd also like to see where we are with scores from turnovers and scores against us from turnovers - and who knows what other stats are out there!!!
My point is, maybe it's our "risky" style that causes the clangers/turnovers, but do they actually hurt us on the scoreboard? And, if we didn't play that way maybe we wouldn't score as much either.
Just to the naked eye, many of our turnovers end up being scores against. A few last week were complete transition from our forward line to a Swans rebound goal or behind.

I just believe if you want to be a top 4 side, you can’t be ranked 2nd in clangers + 4th in turnovers.
This....


My question is how are such rankings even possible for a side competing for the 8. And the untold ripple effect is a massive swing in momentum for opposition teams. Our heads drop, players go into their shells, the other team lifts.
Deadset correct.
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Re: Clanger Hangar 2019

Post by BenDoolan » Sun Jul 21, 2019 7:30 pm

R1 = 52 clangers from 308 disposals (GWS 41 clangers from 371 disposals)
R2 = 61 clangers from 361 disposals (St.K 64 clangers from 348 disposals)
R3 = 52 clangers from 369 disposals (Melb 55 clangers from 352 disposals)
R4 = 64 clangers from 407 disposals (Bris 52 clangers from 377 disposals)
R5 = 62 clangers from 407 disposals (NM 52 clangers from 378 disposals)
R6 = 59 clangers from 392 disposals (Coll 52 clangers from 416 disposals)
R7 = 53 clangers from 371 disposals (Geel 42 clangers from 386 disposals)
R8 = 59 clangers from 329 disposals (Syd 55 clangers from 347 disposals)
R9 = 60 clangers from 427 disposals (Freo 54 clangers from 383 disposals)
R10 = 80 clangers from 350 disposals (Rich 68 clangers from 381 disposals)
R11 = 65 clangers from 418 disposals (Carl 75 clangers from 311 disposals)
R13 = 48 clangers from 395 disposals (Haw 53 clangers from 407 disposals)
R14 = 53 clangers from 372 disposals (WCE 53 clangers from 373 disposals)
R15 = 49 clangers from 325 disposals (GWS 70 clangers from 371 disposals)
R16 = 56 clangers from 357 disposals (Syd 64 clangers from 404 disposals)
R17 = 54 clangers from 358 disposals (NM 53 clangers from 311 disposals)
R18 = 57 clangers from 405 disposals (Adl 44 clangers from 424 disposals)

Dylan Shiel 56 clangers from 417 disposals (DE: 65.7%)
Zach Merrett 55 clangers from 487 disposals (DE: 69.6%)
Dyson Heppell 53 clangers from 400 disposals (DE: 69.5%)
Adam Saad 47 clangers from 304 disposals (DE: 79.9%)
Shaun McKernan 45 clangers from 130 disposals (DE: 54.6%)
Tom Bellchambers 44 clangers from 155 disposals (DE: 68.4%)
Cale Hooker 43 clangers from 270 disposals (DE: 73.7%)
Andrew McGrath 43clangers from 349 disposals (DE: 72.5%)
David Zaharakis 40 clangers from 356 disposals (DE: 73.9%)
Mason Redman 39 clangers from 231 disposals (DE: 73.6%)
Anthony McDonald-Tipungwuti 38 clangers from 189 disposals (DE: 76.2%)
Jake Stringer 37 clangers from 171 disposals (DE: 61.4%)
Matt Guelfi 37 clangers from 208 disposals (DE: 65.9%)
Conor McKenna 36 clangers from 343 disposals (DE: 75.8%)
Michael Hurley 35 clangers from 319 disposals (DE: 78.4%)

Clangers: 984 (ranked 3rd in the league)
Disposals Efficiency: 71.3% (ranked 13th in the league)
Turnovers: 1292 (ranked 3rd in the league)
1%ers: 853 (ranked 8th in the league)
Tackles i50: 169 (ranked 11th in the league)
Intercepts: 1264 (ranked 3rd in the league) *new
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Re: Clanger Hangar 2019

Post by gringo » Sun Jul 21, 2019 7:33 pm

BenDoolan wrote:
Sun Jul 21, 2019 7:30 pm
R1 = 52 clangers from 308 disposals (GWS 41 clangers from 371 disposals)
R2 = 61 clangers from 361 disposals (St.K 64 clangers from 348 disposals)
R3 = 52 clangers from 369 disposals (Melb 55 clangers from 352 disposals)
R4 = 64 clangers from 407 disposals (Bris 52 clangers from 377 disposals)
R5 = 62 clangers from 407 disposals (NM 52 clangers from 378 disposals)
R6 = 59 clangers from 392 disposals (Coll 52 clangers from 416 disposals)
R7 = 53 clangers from 371 disposals (Geel 42 clangers from 386 disposals)
R8 = 59 clangers from 329 disposals (Syd 55 clangers from 347 disposals)
R9 = 60 clangers from 427 disposals (Freo 54 clangers from 383 disposals)
R10 = 80 clangers from 350 disposals (Rich 68 clangers from 381 disposals)
R11 = 65 clangers from 418 disposals (Carl 75 clangers from 311 disposals)
R13 = 48 clangers from 395 disposals (Haw 53 clangers from 407 disposals)
R14 = 53 clangers from 372 disposals (WCE 53 clangers from 373 disposals)
R15 = 49 clangers from 325 disposals (GWS 70 clangers from 371 disposals)
R16 = 56 clangers from 357 disposals (Syd 64 clangers from 404 disposals)
R17 = 54 clangers from 358 disposals (NM 53 clangers from 311 disposals)
R18 = 57 clangers from 405 disposals (Adl 44 clangers from 424 disposals)

Dylan Shiel 56 clangers from 417 disposals (DE: 65.7%)
Zach Merrett 55 clangers from 487 disposals (DE: 69.6%)
Dyson Heppell 53 clangers from 400 disposals (DE: 69.5%)
Adam Saad 47 clangers from 304 disposals (DE: 79.9%)
Shaun McKernan 45 clangers from 130 disposals (DE: 54.6%)
Tom Bellchambers 44 clangers from 155 disposals (DE: 68.4%)
Cale Hooker 43 clangers from 270 disposals (DE: 73.7%)
Andrew McGrath 43clangers from 349 disposals (DE: 72.5%)
David Zaharakis 40 clangers from 356 disposals (DE: 73.9%)
Mason Redman 39 clangers from 231 disposals (DE: 73.6%)
Anthony McDonald-Tipungwuti 38 clangers from 189 disposals (DE: 76.2%)
Jake Stringer 37 clangers from 171 disposals (DE: 61.4%)
Matt Guelfi 37 clangers from 208 disposals (DE: 65.9%)
Conor McKenna 36 clangers from 343 disposals (DE: 75.8%)
Michael Hurley 35 clangers from 319 disposals (DE: 78.4%)

Clangers: 984 (ranked 3rd in the league)
Disposals Efficiency: 71.3% (ranked 13th in the league)
Turnovers: 1292 (ranked 3rd in the league)
1%ers: 853 (ranked 8th in the league)
Tackles i50: 169 (ranked 11th in the league)
Intercepts: 1264 (ranked 3rd in the league) *new
Interesting stats. Thanks for posting
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Re: Clanger Hangar 2019

Post by BenDoolan » Sun Jul 21, 2019 9:54 pm

gringo wrote:
Sun Jul 21, 2019 7:33 pm
BenDoolan wrote:
Sun Jul 21, 2019 7:30 pm
R1 = 52 clangers from 308 disposals (GWS 41 clangers from 371 disposals)
R2 = 61 clangers from 361 disposals (St.K 64 clangers from 348 disposals)
R3 = 52 clangers from 369 disposals (Melb 55 clangers from 352 disposals)
R4 = 64 clangers from 407 disposals (Bris 52 clangers from 377 disposals)
R5 = 62 clangers from 407 disposals (NM 52 clangers from 378 disposals)
R6 = 59 clangers from 392 disposals (Coll 52 clangers from 416 disposals)
R7 = 53 clangers from 371 disposals (Geel 42 clangers from 386 disposals)
R8 = 59 clangers from 329 disposals (Syd 55 clangers from 347 disposals)
R9 = 60 clangers from 427 disposals (Freo 54 clangers from 383 disposals)
R10 = 80 clangers from 350 disposals (Rich 68 clangers from 381 disposals)
R11 = 65 clangers from 418 disposals (Carl 75 clangers from 311 disposals)
R13 = 48 clangers from 395 disposals (Haw 53 clangers from 407 disposals)
R14 = 53 clangers from 372 disposals (WCE 53 clangers from 373 disposals)
R15 = 49 clangers from 325 disposals (GWS 70 clangers from 371 disposals)
R16 = 56 clangers from 357 disposals (Syd 64 clangers from 404 disposals)
R17 = 54 clangers from 358 disposals (NM 53 clangers from 311 disposals)
R18 = 57 clangers from 405 disposals (Adl 44 clangers from 424 disposals)

Dylan Shiel 56 clangers from 417 disposals (DE: 65.7%)
Zach Merrett 55 clangers from 487 disposals (DE: 69.6%)
Dyson Heppell 53 clangers from 400 disposals (DE: 69.5%)
Adam Saad 47 clangers from 304 disposals (DE: 79.9%)
Shaun McKernan 45 clangers from 130 disposals (DE: 54.6%)
Tom Bellchambers 44 clangers from 155 disposals (DE: 68.4%)
Cale Hooker 43 clangers from 270 disposals (DE: 73.7%)
Andrew McGrath 43clangers from 349 disposals (DE: 72.5%)
David Zaharakis 40 clangers from 356 disposals (DE: 73.9%)
Mason Redman 39 clangers from 231 disposals (DE: 73.6%)
Anthony McDonald-Tipungwuti 38 clangers from 189 disposals (DE: 76.2%)
Jake Stringer 37 clangers from 171 disposals (DE: 61.4%)
Matt Guelfi 37 clangers from 208 disposals (DE: 65.9%)
Conor McKenna 36 clangers from 343 disposals (DE: 75.8%)
Michael Hurley 35 clangers from 319 disposals (DE: 78.4%)

Clangers: 984 (ranked 3rd in the league)
Disposals Efficiency: 71.3% (ranked 13th in the league)
Turnovers: 1292 (ranked 3rd in the league)
1%ers: 853 (ranked 8th in the league)
Tackles i50: 169 (ranked 11th in the league)
Intercepts: 1264 (ranked 3rd in the league) *new
Interesting stats. Thanks for posting
No worries gringo :lol:
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