CBAs & Kick Ins Rd 9

Written by Chaos Theory on May 18 2021

St Kilda V Geelong

St Kilda : 19 – Paddy Ryder 18, Jack Steele 17, Brad Crouch 15, Sebastian Ross 10, Jack Bytel 13, Jack Sinclair 1, Rowan Marshall 1 Hunter Clark 1

Geelong : 19 – Cameron Guthrie 16, Joel Selwood 14, Esava Ratugolea 13, Brandan Parfitt 9, Quinton Narkle 8, Mark Blicavs 6, Mitch Duncan 5, Shaun Higgins 4  Jordan Clark 1

Sydney V Collingwood

Sydney : 19 – Tom Hickey 15, Luke Parker 15, Josh Kennedy 14, Callum Mills 12, James Rowbottom 11, Chad Warner 4, Nick Blakey 4  Oliver Florent 1

Collingwood : 19 – Brodie Grundy 17, Tyler Brown 16, Jack Crisp 13, Steele Sidebottom 12, Josh Daicos 7, Scott Pendlebury 4, Jordan De Goey 3, Darcy Cameron 2  Josh Thomas 2

Hawthorn v North Melbourne

Hawthorn : 29 – Ben McEvoy 21, Tom Mitchell 21, Jaeger O’Meara 20, James Worpel 15, Chad Wingard 12, James Cousins 9, Tim O’Brien 8, Liam Shiels 6, Luke Breust 3 Jarman Impey 1

North Melbourne : 29 – Jy Simpkin 24, Todd Goldstein 22, Ben Cunnington 19, Luke Davies-Uniacke 16, Tom Powell 14, Tarryn Thomas 14  Tom Campbell 7

Gold Coast V Brisbane

Gold Coast : 30 – Caleb Graham 23, Noah Anderson 23, David Swallow 21, Hugh Greenwood 21, Lachie Weller 15, Chris Burgess 7, Darcy MacPherson 5, Sam Flanders 4  Izak Rankine 1

Brisbane : 30 – Jarryd Lyons 24, Oscar McInerney 20, Rhys Mathieson 18, Deven Robertson 15, Dayne Zorko 14, Hugh McCluggage 10, Joe Daniher 10  Zac Bailey 9

Richmond V GWS

Richmond : 29 – Riley Collier-Dawkins 24, Toby Nankervis 21, Dustin Martin 19, Liam Baker 18, Jack Graham 11, Marlion Pickett 8, Noah Balta 6, Jake Aarts 5  Nick Vlastuin 4

GWS : 29 – Jacob Hopper 23, Callan Ward 22, Matthew Flynn 17, Tom Green 17, Josh Kelly 12, Kieren Briggs 12, Tim Taranto 10  Toby Greene 3

Port Adelaide V Western Bulldogs

Port Adelaide : 31 – Peter Ladhams 26, Travis Boak 25, Ollie Wines 25, Willem Drew 15, Sam Powell-Pepper 13, Robbie Gray 8, Charlie Dixon 5, Karl Amon 4  Connor Rozee 3

Western Bulldogs : 31 – Jordon Sweet 24, Jack Macrae 23, Marcus Bontempelli 21, Tom Liberatore 21, Bailey Smith 18, Adam Treloar 10  Josh Bruce 7

Essendon V Fremantle

Essendon : 22 – Darcy Parish 20 Andrew Phillips 19 Zach Merrett 18 Kyle Langford 17 Andrew McGrath 11 Peter Wright 3

Fremantle : 22 – Sean Darcy 18 Nat Fyfe 18 Caleb Serong 18 David Mundy 14  Andrew Brayshaw 13 Rory Lobb 4 Adam Cerra 2 Michael Walters 1

Melbourne V Carlton 

Melbourne : 26 – Max Gawn 25 Christian Petracca 24 Clayton Oliver 20  James Harmes 19 James Jordon 12 Kysaiah Pickett 2 Sam Weideman 1 Alex Neal-Bullen 1

Carlton : 26 – Marc Pittonet 23 Patrick Cripps 21 Sam Walsh 20 Ed Curnow 19  Liam Stocker 10 Will Setterfield 6 Levi Casboult 3 Lachie Fogarty 2

West Coast Eagles V Adelaide

WCE  : 30 – Tim Kelly 27 Jack Redden 25 Nic Naitanui 23 Dom Sheed 19              Brendon Ah Chee 10 Andrew Gaff 7 Bailey J. Williams 7 Jamaine Jones 2

Adelaide : 30 –  Reilly O’Brien 28 Rory Sloane 28 Rory Laird 24 Ben Keays 23  Ronin O’Connor 15 Billy Frampton 2

Kick ins

St Kilda : Kick-ins (play on) –  Dougal Howard 4 (3), Jack Sinlair 1 (0), Bradley Hill 1 (1), James Frawley 1 (1).

Geelong : Kick-ins (play on) – Zach Tuohy 10 (8), Tom Stewart 4 (4), Lachie Henderson 2 (1), Cameron Guthrie 1 (0).

Sydney : Kick-ins (play on) –  Jake Lloyd 6 (6), Jordan Dawson 5 (4), Dane Rampe 1 (1).

Collingwood : Kick-ins (play on) –  Brayden Maynard 6 (6), Darcy Moore 5 (4), Chris Mayne 1 (1).

Hawthorn : Kick-ins (play on) –  Blake Hardwick 5 (3), Michael Hartley 2 (2), Jack Scrimshaw 2 (1).

North Melbourne : Kick-ins (play on) –  Jack Ziebell 6 (4), Aaron Hall 2 (2).

Gold Coast : Kick-ins (play on) –  Wil Powell 5 (5), Jack Lukosius 3 (3), Charlie Ballard 1 (1).

Brisbane : Kick-ins (play on) –  Daniel Rich 4 (4), Grant Birchall 2 (1), Mitch Robinson 1 (1), Harris Andrews 1 (0), Brandon Starcevich 1 (1).

Richmond : Kick-ins (play on) –  Jayden Short 9 (7), Nick Vlastuin 1 (0), Nathan Broad 1 (1).

GWS : Kick-ins (play on) –  Isaac Cumming 3 (3), Lachie Whitfield 3 (2), Harry Perryman 2 (1), Connor Idun 1 (1).

Port Adelaide : Kick-ins (play on) –  Tom Jonas 6 (4), Ryan Burton 2 (2).

Western Bulldogs : Kick-ins (play on) –  Bailey Dale 2 (2), Hayden Crozier 1 (1), Caleb Daniel 1 (0).

Essendon : Kick-ins (play on) –  Mason Redman 6 (6), Jordan Ridley 5 (4), Dyson Heppell 2 (2).

Fremantle : Kick-ins (play on) –  Nathan Wilson 5 (3), Taylin Duman 2 (2), james Aish 1 (1).

Melbourne : Kick-ins (play on) –  Steven May 5 (4), Christian Salem 2 (2), Michael Hibberd 1 (1).

Carlton : Kick-ins (play on) –  Nic Newman 6 (6), Lachie Plowman 3 (2), Zac Williams 3 (3), Adam Saad 2 (2), Jacob Weitering 1 (1).

West Coast Eagles : Kick-ins (play on) –  Alex Witherden 8 (7), Jeremy McGovern 2 (2).

Adelaide : Kick-ins (play on) – Brodie Smith 4 (2), Tom Doedee 2 (2), Luke Brown 2 (1), Chayce Jones 1 (1), Jake Kelly 1 (1).

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14 thoughts on “CBAs & Kick Ins Rd 9”

  1. Positive to see Hall racking up a ton with minimal kick ins.

    On the other hand; would Touhy and Redman piss off!

    Also curious to see how Greene being out effects Jelly’s CBA’s!

    Thanks CT

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  2. Looking at Hardwick & Crisp as POD backmen

    TU: Yes, and ill cast my vote below.
    TD: Nah risky, bring in Short.

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  3. If we had the differential from the previous weeks CBA’s and kick ins, that would make this a lot more relevant.

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    1. ……only if we also knew WHY these specific stats occurred during the games could CT’s brilliance be anymore helpful…..

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        1. Since you asked nicely…this weeks notable kick-in trends (three round trends given where I thought it might be of interest):

          Newman (CAR) 0% -> 40%
          Docherty (CAR) 27% -> 0%

          Redman (ESS) 28% -> 55% -> 46%
          Ridley (ESS) 56% -> 27% -> 38%

          Bowes (GCS) 56% -> 0%
          Powell (GCS) 29% -> 56%
          Lukosius (GCS) 7% -> 33%

          Stewart (GEE) 67% -> 44% -> 24%
          Tuohy (GEE) 17% -> 44% -> 59%

          Ash (GWS) 44% -> 0%
          Whitfield (GWS) 0% -> 33%

          May (MEL) 56% -> 33% -> 63%
          Salem (MEL) 14% -> 56% -> 25%

          Ziebell (NTH) 71% -> 50% -> 75%
          Hall (NTH) 29% -> 50% -> 25%

          Lloyd (SYD) 44% -> 71% -> 50%
          Dawson (SYD) 56% -> 29% -> 42%

          Daniel (WBD) 45% -> 8% -> 25%
          Dale (WBD) 45% -> 57% -> 50%

          If someone else wants to look at CBAs, that would be great!

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          1. This is almost the exact question I was hoping to have answered.
            For example, Daniel: it was implied by Mr M. he would be getting a variety of roles.
            May: Watching the game showed he was in a more tagging role with his low kick ins.
            Maybe there could be some soreness still in lower foot/ankle injuries???…..
            ….or maybe it’s just the coaches weighing up their options before their finals chances are completely snuffed and they’re looking to next year and getting the right mid-season drafts……..

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  4. Another option, at a cheap 447k is Maynard. Last two games he’s tonned up – most kickouts (4/4 and 6/6 those weeks) Has good supercoach scoring history.

    Allows me funds for Warner>Dusty also.

    Yay or Nay?

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