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Super Rugby 2016: Round 4 Stats


Written by Seth Aderson (Nostraseth)

Posted in :Original Content, Super Rugby on 21 Mar 2016 at 23:01
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Let’s look at the stats after 4 rounds of Super Rugby.

Team Stats
* Indicates when the Sharks are involved in a tie.

Biggest Win Margins:
1. Hurricanes (35)
2. Crusaders (33)
3. Rebels (26)
7.* Sharks (0)

Best Defenders:
(Tackle success %)
1. Crusaders (93.20)
2. Rebels (91.27)
3. Reds (91.13)

Worst Defenders:
1. Kings (72.50)
2. Cheetahs (73.72)
3.Bulls (75.71)
9.* Sharks (83.85)

Best Scrum Stealers:
1. Lions (3)
2. Stormers (2)
3. Multiple way tie (1)
4.* Sharks (0)

Best Lineout Stealers:
1. Rebels, Highlanders (3)
2. Lions, Bulls, Blues (2)
3.* Sharks (1)

Worst Scrum Win%:
1. Cheetahs, Waratahs(50.00)
2. Wolves (71.43)
3. Brumbies, Kings (80.00)
4. Sharks, Jaguares, Blues (85.71)

Worst Lineout Win%:
1. Wolves (76.92)
2. Warahtahs, Crusaders (80.00)
3. Sharks, Brumbies (83.33)

Best Ball Stealers:
1. Sharks (13)
2. Blues (12)
3. Hurricanes, Cheetahs (11)

Most Active Offloaders:
1. Waratahs (21)
2. Crusaders, Hurricanes (20)
3.  Jaguares (19)
11. Sharks (2)

Most Active Kickers:
(Kicks from hand)
1. Highlanders (39)
2. Rebels, Stormers (30)
3. Sharks, Waratahs (29)

Least Active Kickers:
1. Chiefs (10)
2. Jaguares (12)
3. Cheetahs (13)

Best Disciplined:
(Penalty count)
1. Highlanders (4)
2. Stormers (7)
3. Cheetahs, Rebels (8)

Worst Disciplined:
1. Blues (14)
2. Wolves (13)
3. Sharks (12)

Best Handling :
(Total handling errors)
1. Highlanders (7)
2. Force(8)
3. Kings (9)

Worst Handling:
1. Bulls (21)
2. Multiple way tie (17)
3* Sharks (16)

Team Of the Weekend:
(Points Difference + Tackle% + Lineout% + Scrum% – Penalty Count – Y/R Cards – Handling Errors)
1. Rebels
2. Hurricanes
3. Stormers
13. Sharks

Player Stats:
* Indicates when a Sharks player is involved in a tie.

Most Tries Scored:
1. Jed Holloway – Waratahs (3)
2. Nemani Nadolo, Elliot Dixon (2)
3. Multiple way tie (1)
3.* Willie Le Roux (1)

Best Offloaders:
1. Kurtley Bealea – Blues (5)
2. Charlie Ngatai, Juan Manuel Leguizamon (4)
3. Multiple way tie (3)
4.* Willie Le Roux, Daniel du Preez (1)

Most Tackles Made:
1. Sam Cane – Chiefs (17)
2. Shane Christie, Liam Squire – Highlanders (14)
3. Multiple way tie (13)
4.* Paul Jordaan (12)

Most Tackles Missed:
1.* Lwazi Mvovo (5)
2.* Daniel du Preez (4)
3. Multiple way tie (3)

Most Clean Breaks:
1. Joseph Tomane, Kurtley Beale, Ardie Savea(4)
2. Multiple way tie (3)
3.* Willie Le Roux (2)

Most Try Assists:
1. Multiple way tie (2)
2. Multiple way tie (1)
2. Multiple way tie (0)

Most Meters Run:
1. Johnny McNicholl – Crusaders (142)
2. Warrick Gelant – Bulls (125)
3. Ruan Combrinck – Lions (106)
32. Willie Le Roux, Henry Speight (51)

Most Turnovers Won:
1. Ettienne Oosthuizen (4)
2. Multiple way tie (3)
3.* Marcell Coetzee (2)

Most Penalized:
1. Tendai Mtawarira (4)
2. Multiple way tie (3)
2. Multiple way tie (2)

Most Lineouts Stolen:
1. Grant Hattingh, Elliot Dixon, Adam Thomson (2)
2.* Stephan Lewies (1)

Most Handling Errors:
1. Kurtley Beale – Waratahs (6)
2. Jack Debreczeni – Rebels (5)
2.* Joe Pietersen (4)

My stat sheet (please inform me of any errors)

https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1wTA9RRtA291xoajI2CeAuPxl_Y801xbJtFwrh9ng1mk/edit?usp=sharing



10 Comments

  • The stats does not make good reading. Hopefully they will get into gear for this weekend’s clash against the Saders.

  • Comment 1, posted at 22.03.16 08:23:47 by Farlington Reply
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  • The Jaguares are really embracing the Kiwi way of playing rugby – 19 offloads.

  • Comment 2, posted at 22.03.16 08:31:44 by Bokhoring Reply
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  • Thanks for the stats.any idea how to get a tracker on individual player stat?

  • Comment 3, posted at 22.03.16 09:27:49 by 50shadesofshark Reply

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  • @50shadesofshark (Comment 3) : http://www.vodacomrugby.co.za/stats/?seasonid=10&view=player&action=list

    Search for the player you want and click on their name.

  • Comment 4, posted at 22.03.16 09:41:05 by Seth101 Reply
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  • @Seth101 (Comment 4) : thanks!

  • Comment 5, posted at 22.03.16 10:33:21 by 50shadesofshark Reply

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  • Ettienne is having a very busy season!!! He is really stepping up and showing his worth!!!

  • Comment 6, posted at 22.03.16 11:10:42 by JD Reply
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  • @JD (Comment 6) : If I’m not mistaken, he started both pre-season games and every match thus far. I doubt Gary Gold would choose the crusaders game to rotate his position. Ettienne is a hard grafter.

  • Comment 7, posted at 22.03.16 12:50:04 by SeanJeff Reply
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  • @SeanJeff (Comment 7) : for sure he’s really showing his true potential this year!!! Yes can’t see him being rested for the Saders match so he will have to wait for the bye to get a weekend off.

  • Comment 8, posted at 22.03.16 13:13:38 by JD Reply
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  • Interesting stats from Morne’s old web-site, although it just confirms where we all know the Sharks need to improve: http://www.ruggaworld.com/2016/03/23/playing-by-the-numbers/

    The Sharks are the best team this far in turnovers won and ranked second in tackles made and kicks caught. They are the third worst team when it comes to conceding penalties and fifth with knock ons after four rounds.
    The Sharks worst ranking is for passes completed which they are ranked seventeenth and offloads ranked fourteenth.

  • Comment 9, posted at 23.03.16 16:35:35 by Bokhoring Reply
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  • @Bokhoring (Comment 9) : interesting would not have thought Sharks was that bad with penalties conceded!?!?!

  • Comment 10, posted at 23.03.16 22:51:47 by JD Reply
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