Discussion in 'CPL AFL Matches' started by Skippos, Mar 29, 2014.
So many hitouts to advantage again.
5 - Drew Petrie: 24 touches, 10 marks, 5.1 - broke the game apart early
4 - Scott Pendlebury: 30 touches, 10 marks, mainly effective
3 - Callum Sinclair: Presented really well from CHF and made the most of the mismatch on Warnock/Rivers. 27 touches, 11 marks and 16 hitouts in ruck support
2 - Dayne Beams: 34 touches, fought a losing battle with dignity
1 - Matthew Boyd: Did all the gruntwork all day finishing with 28 touches and 7 clearances
I'm pretty sure the definition of hitout to advantage in this is a little different than the one we use now. I think if they get the tap and then the clearance is won by the team any time during the play it credits it as that whereas nowadays it's if the tap goes straight to a teammate who then gets the clearance.
I think it's pretty much
Wins tap -> Goes straight to man who clears: Direct tap (what we now call a HTA)
Wins tap -> Team wins clearance: HTA
Wins tap -> Opposition wins clearance: HTD
Wins tap -> Stoppage forms/no clearance made: Stoppage
Callum Sinclair so OP
More like Warnock/Rivers so UP
I've looked into Sinclair, nerfed him a little and he's still gunning it. It shouldn't be happing so I'm putting it down to match situational factors; supply/opponent etc.
Sinclair = ATG.
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