Scoring Anomalies – Rd10

Written by Schwarzwalder on June 1 2017

One of SCTs new write-ups for the 2017 season……..Scoring Anomalies.  Or otherwise known as ‘These numbers are stuffed!’ 😉  Champion Data has invented one of the most complex scoring systems known to man.  It is can be frustrating as hell and create a state of sheer disbelief when checking the SC scores after each game.  Hopefully these Reviews will help change that perception as we seek to find answers to the CD scoring system.  So who won out from our pts system last weekend?  Who was badly hit?  Here are some of the X-Files from Rd9………..

 

NEGATIVE

 

Nat Fyfe (FRE) – Becoming somewhat of an anomaly himself in 2017.  We had hoped for a return to his 2015 season where he was smashing out big numbers each week.  He managed to accumulate enough disposals (25, of which 13 were contested), clearances (5) and a goal against Adelaide.  But a massive 13 (!) clangers, six of which were free kicks that he gave away, killed off any chance of a decent score.  In the end, he was lucky to come away with 78 pts.

 

Patrick Cripps (CAR) – Against North, Cripps had plenty of the ball with 32 disposals (16 contested), eleven clearances, five tackles and a goal.  Even after all that he couldn’t crack the ton.  Unfortunately he racked up eight clangers on the day which really put the brakes on his end score of 97 pts.

 

Leigh Montagna (STK) – I mentioned him in Movers & Shakers a couple weeks back.  He’s racking up the touches but not really going large as his owners would like.  Against the Dogs, Joey had 34 touches (79% Disposal Efficiency), nine marks and just the three clangers.  Of those disposals, only four were contested and that is killing his output right now.  94pts isn’t terrible for a Supercoach defender but an elite DEF would’ve pumped out a 120 at least.

 

POSITIVE

 

Rory Sloane (ADE) – Constantly rewarded for his bullocking work and tackling.  Against Freo, The Sloane Ranger gathered 30 touches (17 contested), eight clearances, two goals and a massive 13 tackles!  A well-deserved score of 177 against an average Dockers outfit on the night.

 

Tyson Goldsack (COL) – Not really SC-relevant but an interesting score on the weekend nonetheless.  Three kicks, eleven handballs (eight contested disposals) and four tackles for 106pts!  Either he’s been heavily rewarded for his accuracy (92% Disposal Efficiency) or there were a number of goal assists in there.  Otherwise that’s an anomaly………
Which ‘anomalies’ stood out for you over the weekend?  Anything we should explore further? Something we need to see?  Tell our Coaches about it in the comments below……..

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  1. Goldsack did have 18 1%ers, which range from 2-4 points each pending what they were. Assuming an average of 3 points per one, that’s 54 points right there. So 52 points for the rest of his stats seems to be reasonable.

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        1. That is incredibly handy!

          Now if only they could keep track of those pesky hit-outs to advantage 😉

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