- May 5, 2009
- AFL Club
Apparently we are last in the league for total distance covered, and second last for total distance covered at speed
Who knows what to make of that data.
No current top sides are high on any markers. Bottom sides all high. Richmond is a bit of an outlier and I'd like to see a breakdown of wins v losses (though I doubt it changes that much).
All it really shows is that bad sides generally run more.
Top speed is also generally reactive, long chasing and often ineffective (allowing the chaser to reach top speed).
I'd love to use the numbers to flame the general running power of our midfield but they cant be used in that way.