Scoring Anomalies – Rd3

Written by Schwarzwalder on April 11 2017

One of SCTs new write-ups for the 2017 season……..Scoring Anomalies.  Or more commonly known as ‘How did Treloar not get more than that?’  😉  This is fast becoming a review of Adam Treloar’s scoring patterns in 2017 and this week is no exception.

Champion Data has created one of the most complex scoring systems known to man.  Unfortunately it 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 gained an advantage  from our pts system last weekend?  Who was negatively affected?  Mr Treloar………come this way…………..



Adam Treloar (COL) – Three weeks in and Treloar has made the list three times.  Being owned by a quarter of all teams means that there is a big spotlight shining on him each week.  Each disposal is being scrutinized and picked apart………his performance against the Swans was another example.

28 disposals, 15 (!!) tackles, five clearances and a goal yet ‘only’ 108pts……..again.  Despite only three clangers, Treloar only hit the target 46% of the time.  Of the 28 disposals, 17 were uncontested.  According to @FantasyFreako on Twitter, Treloar has had a ‘career-low contested possession rate and kicking efficiency this season……hence a drop in output’.  For those of us that own him (TEAM included), we eagerly await the day where that Disposal Efficiency increases and he’s sure to go very large (very soon!).



Toby Nankervis (RIC) – Only had the 21 hitouts on Saturday against the Eagles (they had 50+) but ‘Nank The Tank’ is ranked #1 in the Competition for Hitouts To Advantage at 43.9% (@FantasyFreako).  That is 4.6% higher than the next best Ruckman!

That’d explain his 107pts from 18 disposals with five clangers & four free-kicks-against.  Those HTAs compensate his score ‘bigly’ 😉

Alex Rance (RIC) – It may seem strange that Rance picked up 121pts from 20 disposals & four marks.  His secret lies in the ‘one-percenters’.  An average player will rack up 3-4 ‘1%ers’ per game…….Rance applied 16 against the Eagles!!  He had more 1%ers in that game than any other Tiger has had for the first three games combined!  For the season, Rance has 37 1%ers to his name…….next best Tiger is Nankervis with 10.

Anyone who watched the game will know what I’m talking about…..the spoils, the smothers, the intercepts, the shepherds…….Rance was stopping everything.  As a key backmen, his scores can be erratic.  But he always has the ability to go large with his extra ‘hustle’……….
Any ‘anomalies’ that caught your eye over the weekend?  Any ‘Gremlins’ in the system?  Something we should delve into a bit further?  Point us in the right direction in the comments below…..or just vent, this is definitely a good place to vent!  😉


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10 thoughts on “Scoring Anomalies – Rd3”

  1. Did someone say Treloar?

    Compare Bontempelli’s stats to Mundys and you would have at it a guess that Mundy should have gone more than 10 points higher for the game. Pretty much every stat favours Mundy.

    Bont gets points for sitting on the bench and because of this, he will grace my side from this week forth.


  2. hhmmm….Just noticed there seems to be a negative scoring anomaly with the Bearded Burblers’ score EVERY week so far!


  3. So the currently ranked No.1 ruck hits out to advantage 43.9% of the time. Does this mean that he hits it to the opposition 56.1% of the time?

    Maybe Chris Scott has method in his madness, don’t contest the ruck, let them hit it to us more often than not?


    1. There’s a big difference between a neutral hitout and a hitout to disadvantage. Most hitouts are in the former category.



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