the AFL's own website should display these stats, as they have for the past two years. If you click on Fixtures on the AFL homepage, then you will see JLT Community Series links for the past two seasons as well as for 2018. If you click on a season, say 2016, it will then take you to 2016 NAB Challenge Results. If you then click on Match Centre for any game and then scroll down slightly you will see three tabs titled Match Report, Full Time Stats and Line Ups. Click on Full Time Stats then directly underneath this click on Advanced Stats. The Time on Ground stat is the second last one featured on the right of screen, abbreviated as TG%.
I need to get serious about maintaining a database, and the 2 priorities would be cost and upkeep. Hopefully there is something out there that won't cost an arm and a leg and won't take me much time to import weekly data. Ideally I'd like to have a SQL Server database, I imagine there is a csv data feed? Otherwise I guess there is FootyWorks which I used to use many years ago: http://www.sorensen.com.au/footyworks.html
Hi all. I think Steve Rogers published a book of AFL statistics at the end of the 1986 season that was particularly useful for club v club statistics. I think KT's old FootyStats website used to publish similar pages. Does anything like that still exist on other pages to the same level of detail? I used to really enjoy looking at quarter by quarter scores, highests and lowests, attendances, goalkickers, etc much more than individual player statistics.