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  • 1. Statistics
    There are three kinds of lies. Lies, Damned lies and Statistics.”
    Mark Twain (1835-1910)
  • 2. “……..Don’t believe the last bit.
    Andy Pick (Brazil, 2010)
  • 3. No Where to Hide
    Player Stats
    - Player Awareness : Where they THINK they are in relation to where they REALLY are
    Team Stats
    - Analyze performance
    - Compare with opposition
    - Measure improvement
    Organisation Stats
    - Value for money: Players, Programmes and Investments
  • 4. How Else Can We Measure Success
    Without stats there can be no start point and no finish line.
    We need stats to measure our progress towards process goals
    Without stats how do we measure the success of our programs?
    Know that we are focusing on the right areas
    In short, if we are doing it right
  • 5. Use of Player Stats
    Obvious one, to measure performance
    - 50’s and 100’s - Runs per over
    - Strike rate: batting and bowling - Game winning performances
    Break down the players game to show both strengths and weaknesses
    - Batting (strike rate): – spin versus seam
    - left arm versus right arm
    - off spin versus leg spin
    - Bowling: - right hand versus right hand
    - first spell versus second spell
    - powerplay bowling
  • 6. Use of Player Stats (continued)
    Highlight areas for attention when writing development programmes
    Selectors used to back up “gut feel”
    Tests to compare players to world’s best or other bench marks (Leading Associate and Affiliate players??)
  • 7. Use of Team Stats
    Measure progress - year to year
    - average team scores : -for and against
    - wins and losses : - home and away
    - batting first and second
    Evaluate Performance
    - break game into phases
    - good against seamers, weak against spin
    - wicket clusters
    Making of Game Plans
    - based on above, attack seamers to allow caution against spin
    - plan to consolidate after loss of a wicket
    Identify Areas for Future Development
    - work on playing spin
    - use tests to measure progress
  • 8. Lets Look at Some Stats
  • 9. Lets Look at Some Stats
  • 10. Lets Look at Some Stats
  • 11. To Help in the Future
    Team Stats – Batting
    Individual power play stats
    Strike rate
    Dot ball percentage
    Boundary percentage
    Singles
    Full fifty overs used batting first
    Wickets in hand at the 20 over mark
    Average team scores batting first and second
    Wicket clusters lost (two wickets in two overs)
    Partnerships of 80+
  • 12. To Help in the Future
    Team Stats – Bowling
    Individual power play stats
    Average team scores against when bowling first and second
    Wickets taken at 20 overs
    Wicket clusters taken (two wickets in two overs)
    Extras bowled (Including runs off extra ball)
    Maidens bowled
    Singles percentage
    Boundaries percentage
    Dot ball percentage
  • 13. Questions?