JLT Stats – Week ONE

Written by Schwarzwalder on March 5 2019

CARLTON vs ESSENDON

 

WEST COAST vs GEELONG

 

NORTH vs STKILDA

 

ADELAIDE vs PORT

 

GWS vs SYDNEY

 

BRISBANE vs HAWTHORN

 

RICHMOND vs MELBOURNE

 

GOLD COAST vs BULLDOGS

 

FREMANTLE vs COLLINGWOOD

Download complete Excel Spreadsheet for JLT1 here…….193001 – JLT scores(1)

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38 thoughts on “JLT Stats – Week ONE”

  1. Thanks Schwarz. Iโ€™ll send you the completed excel spreadsheet when Iโ€™ve done the last JLT game and you can share it with the community. Itโ€™ll be easy then for peeps to look at specific players/stats/whatever with the drop downs.
    Cheers

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  2. Don’t know how blokes like yourself and adam find the time for all of your research and stats , but the rest of us sure appreciate it.

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    1. Took a while to do the first one, but have it down to under 10mins/game now. Too easy. And a pleasure ๐Ÿ™‚

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  3. The 4 people that thumbs downed this post can piss off and not come back! Bloody amazing work, the most helpful pre season post so far!

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    1. I reckon theyโ€™re accidental! I thumbsed-down a post by accident last week and it wouldnโ€™t let me undo it despite all my efforts. Canโ€™t see how anyone wouldnโ€™t appreciate this information.

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      1. Yeah people can thumbs down also if a player or 2 performed worse than they had hoped so you can’t read too much into a couple of thumbs down.

        How lucky is the SCT community to have members give their time and effort to this great site. All Saints only stumbled on this site in the last year or so and has been enormous with his contributions as well as Ben and Nato stepping up this year and I am sure I will have missed others.

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    2. I am sooooo sorry… I was zooming in on the page and I accidently pressed the thumbs down button. Once it’s pressed theres no way you can change it. I spent ages trying. I am super guttered because this is incredible work…
      I sorry everyone… (I felt terrible)

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  4. Terrific stuff, allsaints. Can’t wait to see all your statistical prowess channeled into your team!

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  5. Absolutely fantastic All saints, the time that I’ve saved by not having to do it myself has enabled me to put some water on my drought stricken garden thus saving a few hundreds dollars of new plants.
    I have a query (not a criticism). How many minutes p/game?
    I started a similar exercise on the Carlton Essendon game and the quarters added up to 126 minutes and six seconds, obviously including time on (Q1-33:41, Q2-26:15, Q3-33:05, Q4-33:05) your sheet looks to be about 125 minutes for that game which is close enough for me. My query is are all your games calculated on 125 minutes/ quarter length including time on or are they calculated on another number?
    Obviously time on doesn’t effect the actual minutes of play because its added due to stoppages so nobody is getting stats but, if game x only had 10-mins of time on and game y had 20 minutes of time on the variance in ppm could be significant.
    Yes, I’m a pedantic bloke.

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    1. The first game of the Rd CARvESS was estimated from AFL times. ALL other games are compiled from the FootyLive App, which gives you precise mins and secs per qtr. They are calculated to the exact second ๐Ÿ˜‰ saddo that I am.
      I will also change the CARvESS time played before next week’s update following JLT Rd2. Thanks for the reminder. If you download the spreadsheet there are a number of other errors that I’ve already spotted (couple of player positions), but can I ask that if you or anyone else spots any other errors, please post them here and I will make sure they are corrected for next week.

      Cheers
      AS

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  6. Great work AllSaints. I’ve been playing around with spreadsheets for years trying to develop easy to handle data but this is way way better than my feeble efforts.

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  7. Based on the spreadsheet, here are the top 50 value (i.e. rookie) options from the weekend, based on $PPM:

    Justin McInerney (SYD) DEF, 117300 scored 35 from 25 % TOG at 1.23 PPM ($95.73 PPM) โ€“ played Outside
    Charlie Constable (GEE) MID, 123900 scored 92 from 71 % TOG at 1.14 PPM ($109.08 PPM) โ€“ played MID rotation
    Jackson Hately (GWS) MID, 148800 scored 101 from 66 % TOG at 1.34 PPM ($111.09 PPM) โ€“ played MID rotation
    Noah Balta (RIC) FWD, 123900 scored 104 from 77 % TOG at 1.09 PPM ($114.19 PPM) โ€“ played DEF
    Will Setterfield (CAR) MID/FWD, 144900 scored 113 from 73 % TOG at 1.24 PPM ($117.01 PPM) โ€“ played MID rotation
    Brett Bewley (FRE) MID, 117300 scored 48 from 39 % TOG at 0.98 PPM ($119.58 PPM) โ€“ played MID rotation
    Will Golds (HAW) MID, 102400 scored 76 from 80 % TOG at 0.81 PPM ($126.75 PPM) โ€“ played MID rotation
    Jack Ross (RIC) MID, 117300 scored 67 from 59 % TOG at 0.91 PPM ($128.58 PPM) โ€“ played MID rotation
    Willem Drew (PTA) MID/FWD, 123900 scored 77 from 72 % TOG at 0.94 PPM ($131.34 PPM) โ€“ played MID rotation
    Liam Baker (RIC) FWD, 162100 scored 55 from 36 % TOG at 1.23 PPM ($132.08 PPM) โ€“ played DEF on rotation
    Zak Butters (PTA) MID, 157800 scored 91 from 70 % TOG at 1.15 PPM ($137.61 PPM) โ€“ played started FWD
    Harry Jones (HAW) DEF, 123900 scored 79 from 79 % TOG at 0.85 PPM ($145.69 PPM) โ€“ played MID rotation
    Francis Watson (WCE) DEF, 123900 scored 76 from 79 % TOG at 0.84 PPM ($146.92 PPM) โ€“ played DEF rotation
    Jye Caldwell (GWS) MID, 162300 scored 78 from 62 % TOG at 1.1 PPM ($147.39 PPM) โ€“ played Outside
    Declan Keilty (MEL) DEF, 123900 scored 29 from 28 % TOG at 0.83 PPM ($148.91 PPM) โ€“ played DEF rotation
    Michael Gibbons (CAR) MID, 102400 scored 68 from 81 % TOG at 0.67 PPM ($152.47 PPM) โ€“ played MID FWD rotation
    Jordan Clark (GEE) DEF, 144300 scored 87 from 81 % TOG at 0.94 PPM ($153.26 PPM) โ€“ played DEF rotation
    Chris Burgess (GCS) DEF/FWD, 123900 scored 68 from 71 % TOG at 0.79 PPM ($156.71 PPM) โ€“ played Tall FWD
    Isaac Cumming (GWS) DEF, 173700 scored 49 from 39 % TOG at 1.1 PPM ($157.95 PPM) โ€“ played DEF rotation
    Nick Hind (STK) MID, 117300 scored 52 from 58 % TOG at 0.74 PPM ($158.34 PPM) โ€“ played Outside
    Oliver Hanrahan (HAW) FWD, 123900 scored 67 from 75 % TOG at 0.76 PPM ($163.09 PPM) โ€“ played FWD rotation
    Tom Atkins (GEE) MID, 112900 scored 69 from 88 % TOG at 0.69 PPM ($164.26 PPM) โ€“ played FWD pressure
    Mathew Walker (HAW) MID/FWD, 117300 scored 35 from 42 % TOG at 0.71 PPM ($165.52 PPM) โ€“ played FWD rotation
    Bailey Scott (NTH) MID, 117300 scored 59 from 70 % TOG at 0.7 PPM ($168.42 PPM) โ€“ played Outside
    Tom Campbell (NTH) RUC, 264400 scored 72 from 38 % TOG at 1.57 PPM ($168.88 PPM) โ€“ played FWD/RUC
    Daniel Venables (WCE) FWD, 258800 scored 80 from 46 % TOG at 1.52 PPM ($169.76 PPM) โ€“ played FWD
    Zac Clarke (ESS) RUC, 142600 scored 89 from 88 % TOG at 0.81 PPM ($176.25 PPM) โ€“ played 1st RUC
    Ryan Bastinac (BRL) MID, 245400 scored 50 from 32 % TOG at 1.33 PPM ($184.68 PPM) โ€“ played MID rotation
    Matthew Parker (STK) FWD, 117300 scored 61 from 81 % TOG at 0.62 PPM ($188.5 PPM) โ€“ played FWD
    James Rose (SYD) FWD, 165000 scored 12 from 12 % TOG at 0.88 PPM ($188.51 PPM) โ€“ played last 15mins
    Chayce Jones (ADE) MID, 171300 scored 36 from 35 % TOG at 0.91 PPM ($188.81 PPM) โ€“ played MID rotation
    L. Davies-Uniacke (NTH) MID, 197500 scored 73 from 60 % TOG at 1.01 PPM ($196.45 PPM) โ€“ played MID rotation
    Will Hayes (WBD) MID, 117300 scored 42 from 59 % TOG at 0.59 PPM ($199.61 PPM) โ€“ played HF
    Sam Walsh (CAR) MID, 207300 scored 102 from 80 % TOG at 1.02 PPM ($203.24 PPM) โ€“ played CM
    Jack Petruccelle (WCE) FWD, 123900 scored 43 from 62 % TOG at 0.61 PPM ($203.8 PPM) โ€“ played HF
    Marty Hore (MEL) DEF, 117300 scored 57 from 81 % TOG at 0.57 PPM ($207.5 PPM) โ€“ played DEF rotation
    Jarrod Cameron (WCE) MID/FWD, 117300 scored 38 from 59 % TOG at 0.56 PPM ($207.77 PPM) โ€“ played FWD rotation
    Sean Lemmens (GCS) FWD, 221500 scored 59 from 46 % TOG at 1.06 PPM ($209.2 PPM) โ€“ played HF left ankle
    Reilly O’Brien (ADE) RUC, 136800 scored 34 from 46 % TOG at 0.65 PPM ($209.83 PPM) โ€“ played rotating RUC
    Archie Smith (BRL) RUC, 172300 scored 83 from 86 % TOG at 0.82 PPM ($209.93 PPM) โ€“ played 1st RUC
    Ben McKay (NTH) DEF, 123900 scored 62 from 87 % TOG at 0.59 PPM ($210.4 PPM) โ€“ played CHB
    Changkuoth Jiath (HAW) DEF, 123900 scored 33 from 48 % TOG at 0.58 PPM ($211.92 PPM) โ€“ played FWD rotation
    Lincoln McCarthy (BRL) FWD, 247500 scored 105 from 77 % TOG at 1.16 PPM ($213.43 PPM) โ€“ played HFF
    Jack Scrimshaw (HAW) DEF, 149800 scored 68 from 83 % TOG at 0.7 PPM ($215.01 PPM) โ€“ played DEF rotation
    Xavier Duursma (PTA) DEF/MID, 130800 scored 40 from 58 % TOG at 0.61 PPM ($215.02 PPM) โ€“ played MID
    James Cousins (HAW) MID, 219900 scored 101 from 85 % TOG at 1.01 PPM ($217.62 PPM) โ€“ played MID rotation
    Jackson Ross (HAW) FWD, 123900 scored 47 from 71 % TOG at 0.56 PPM ($220.09 PPM) โ€“ played FWD
    Dom Sheed (WCE) MID, 394100 scored 144 from 71 % TOG at 1.78 PPM ($221.67 PPM) โ€“ played MID
    Samuel Collins (GCS) DEF, 188900 scored 93 from 91 % TOG at 0.84 PPM ($223.91 PPM) โ€“ played key DEF CHB
    Lewis Pierce (STK) RUC, 235600 scored 14 from 11 % TOG at 1.05 PPM ($224.03 PPM) โ€“ played 1st RUC concussion

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    1. Number 1 draft pick Sam Walsh is $207,300. Setting that as our cutoff price, here’s the number of players in the above list by position:

      DEF: 13
      MID: 20
      RUC: 3
      FWD: 12
      TOTAL: 42

      Average SC, PPM, $PPM by position:
      DEF: 60, .81, 176
      MID: 68, .89, 157
      RUC: 69, .76, 199
      FWD: 60, .83, 166

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  8. Don’t forget about the 3300 rule. Supercoach scores are actually weighted down during JLT because teams can play 26 players each game and a couple more on excessive heat days.

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      1. It’s been a longtime, Deano. I’ve been lurking around for a couple weeks now, check out your punters club post :mrgreen:

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  9. Very impressive information and this whole website is a gem. Iโ€™d love to tell my mates about it but itโ€™s my year to impress and this website is my secret weapon

    Thanks again for ya hard work and contribition

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    1. SCT – The worst kept secret in SuperCoach ๐Ÿ˜‰ Thanks for dropping in Aaron, glad you enjoy it!

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  10. Wow, what an amazing effort. Thank-you, awesome stuff!
    I’m left scratching my head at the 4 nuffies who gave it a thumbs down!!!

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  11. Great work Allsaints. Since you are putting in so many hours, how about I send you my log-in and you can pick my team too?

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