Stats central: Tac Cup Metro edition

Metro-Country

In this edition of stats central, we look at the statistical breakdown and key performers of the six Metro sides within the TAC Cup: Calder Cannons, Eastern Ranges, Northern Knights, Oakleigh Chargers, Sandringham Dragons and Western Jets.

Average Dream Team Points:

1. Angus Brayshaw (Sandringham Dragons) 119.8
2. Taylor Grace (Sandringham Dragons) 118.8
3. Jordan Perry (Northern Knights) 109.7
4. Kade Answerth (Oakleigh Chargers) 106.6
5. Zach Ballard (Northern Knights) 106.5
6. Samuel Switkowski (Northern Knights) 104.4
7. Kyle Langford (Northern Knights) 104.3
8. Nicholas O’Kearney (Calder Cannons) 103.7
8. Touk Miller (Calder Cannons) 101.6
10. Damien Cavka (Calder Cannons) 101.6
11. Christian Petracca (Eastern Ranges) 100

Disposal Efficiency: At least five games

1. Sam Kelly (Sandringham Dragons) 86.5 per cent
2. Jake Wild (Northern Knights) 86.3 per cent
3. Jason Castagna (Northern Knights) 81.72 per cent
4. Bailey Jordan (Northern Knights) 81 per cent
5. Sam Mason (Sandringham Dragons) 80.6 per cent
6. Jayden Short (Sandringham Dragons) 79.8 per cent
7. James Latham (Calder Cannons) 79.2 per cent
8. Dan Houston (Oakleigh Chargers) 78.4 per cent
9. Roarke Smith (Calder Cannons) 78 per cent
10. Fergus Huntington (Sandringham Dragons) 77.4 per cent

Highest Average Disposals:

1. Taylor Grace (Sandringham Dragons) 30.9 per game
2. Jordan Perry (Northern Knights) 28.6 per game
3. Nicholas O’Kearney (Calder Cannons) 26.1 per game
4. Alex Urban (Oakleigh Chargers) 26.1 per game
5. Touk Miller (Calder Cannons) 24.7 per game
6. Matthew Goodyear (Calder Cannons) 24.6 per game
7. Corey Ellis (Western Jets) 24.3 per game
8. Kade Answerth (Oakleigh Chargers) 24.2 per game
9. Angus Brayshaw (Sandringham Dragons) 24.2 per game
10. Christian Petracca (Eastern Ranges) 23.8 per game

Most Goals:

1. Peter Wright (Calder Cannons) 20
2. Harry Dear (Sandringham Dragons) 16
3. Dan Houston (Oakleigh Chargers) 15
3. Jayden Foster (Calder Cannons) 15
5. Mitch Norton (Western Jets) 14
6. Rory Sheridan-Ferrie (Eastern Ranges) 13
7. Sam Weideman (Eastern Ranges) 12
8. Toby McLean (Oakleigh Chargers) 11
8. Kyle Langford (Northern Knights) 11
8. Brenton Payne (Western Jets) 11

Average Marks:

1. Kyle Langford (Northern Knights) 8 per game
2. Damien Cavka (Calder Cannons) 7.4 per game
3. Jordan De Goey (Oakleigh Chargers) 7.3 per game
4. Taylor Grace (Sandringham Dragons) 6.6 per game
5. James Parsons (Eastern Ranges) 6.5 per game
6. Peter Wright (Calder Cannons) 6.3 per game
6. Darcy Moore (Oakleigh Chargers) 6.3 per game
8. Samuel Switkowski (Northern Knights) 6.3 per game
9. Angus Brayshaw (Sandringham Dragons) 6.2 per game
10. Aaron Christensen (Calder Cannons) 6.2 per game

Average Tackles:

1. Zach Ballard (Northern Knights) 8.2 per game
2. Malcolm Neiwand (Sandringham Dragons) 7 per game
3. Kade Answerth (Oakleigh Chargers) 6.6 per game
4. Jackson Volpato (Western Jets) 6.6 per game
5. Brayden Maynard (Sandringham Dragons) 6.4 per game
6. Angus Brayshaw (Sandringham Dragons) 6.4 per game
6. Jack Mahon (Oakleigh Chargers) 6.4 per game
8. Touk Miller (Calder Cannons) 6.3 per game
9. Mitchell Palma (Western Jets) 6.2 per game
10. Ryley Stuhldreier (Western Jets) 6 per game

Average Hit-outs:

1. Anthony Di Paolo (Northern Knights) 26.6 per game
2. Mark Kovacevic (Calder Cannons) 24.4 per game
3. Marc Pittonet (Oakleigh Chargers) 21.8 per game
4. Duom Dawam (Western Jets) 20.7 per game
5. Fergus Huntington (Sandringham Dragons) 19.6 per game
6. Sam Peet (Northern Knights) 19.5 per game
7. Charlie Summers (Oakleigh Chargers) 18.7 per game
8. Chris Roberts (Northern Knights) 18 per game
9. Harry Thompson (Oakleigh Chargers) 16.8 per game
10. Mark Orr (Western Jets) 16.4 per game

As the stats show, there is quite a range of players who are statistically racking it up. So far this season, Sandringham’s Angus Brayshaw and Taylor Grace, Northern’s Jordan Perry and Zac Ballard; Calder’s Nick O’Kearney and Touk Miller; and Oakleigh’s Kade Answerth are the top players from the six Metro sides. There’s still half a season to go, but remember these names when November rolls around.

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