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Andy Pick: Statistics Presentation

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Andy Pick: Statistics Presentation

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

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