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  • Rugby
    Austin’s TN1 Match Review and Statistics

    After an ordinary start to the 2011 international season against Samoa, the Wallabies bounced back with an...

  • ACT Brumbies
    Super Rugby Statistics After Round 6: Goal Kicking

    After six rounds in the Super Rugby competition, the greater number of games played is providing us...

  • ACT Brumbies
    2011 Super Rugby Statistics After Round 4

    This week we take a look at attacking statistics after four rounds. When I’m looking at ways...

  • ACT Brumbies
    2010 Super Rugby Statistics

    As we approach the 2011 Super Rugby season, let’s look back at the statistics from 2010 to...

  • Wallabies
    Wallabies in 2010: Defensive Performance in All Games

    In a recent post I gave you details of the Wallaby players’ tackling performances in 2010. Here’s a little more detail that shows how the team went against all the different teams they played in 2010. Let’s start with the number of tackles attempted. While the average number of tackles in all...

  • All Blacks
    Statistics and Austin’s Views – Wallabies v. France

    While the Wallabies’ result against France was fantastic, most people have acknowledged that the French played poorly....

  • Italy
    Statistics: Wallabies v. Italy

    The defence numbers for the Wallabies in their game against Italy look impressive: 94 per cent of tackles...

  • England
    Statistics: Wallabies v England

    For me, the Wallabies losing to England is worse than if they lose to New Zealand.  What was even...

  • Rugby
    Statistics: Wallabies v Wales

    Statistics don’t always tell the full picture!  Did you realise that the Wallabies and Wales both won...

  • All Blacks
    2010 Tri Nations Statistics

    The All Blacks completed a clean sweep of the Tri Nations competition in 2010, the first team...

  • All Blacks
    TN9 Statistics: Wallabies v All Blacks

    Whilst the Wallabies went down again, making it ten in a row against the All Blacks, it...

  • Rugby
    TN7 Statistics: Wallabies v Springboks

    There were some positive signs from the Wallabies last weekend, unfortunately offset by some negatives.  I’d prefer...

  • Rugby
    Statistics: Bledisloe 2 Wallabies v All Blacks

    A much better performance from the Wallabies last week but the All Blacks still look another step...

  • Rugby
    Statistics: Wallabies v All Blacks Bledisloe 1

    Last night to prepare these statistics I watched the game for the first time since seeing it...

  • Rugby
    Statistics: Wallabies v Springboks – Brisbane

    Whilst the Wallabies played by far their best game of 2010 against the Springboks on Saturday, there...

  • All Blacks
    Statistics: All Blacks v Springboks – Game 2

    Did you get a feeling of deja vu watching game 2 of the Tri Nations between the...

  • Wallabies
    Video: Wallabies 2010 Kicking So Far

    WARNING!!! If the pain from yesterday’s video on lost possession hasn’t subsided, don’t watch the video because although it’s not quite as painful, it’s shows plenty of “basic” mistakes the Wallabies need to eliminate. In the first four tests of the season the Wallabies have kicked the ball 82 times – that’s around 40% of...

  • Wallabies
    Video: Wallabies Giving the Ball to the Opposition

    So far in the 2010 season the Wallabies have given up possession 60 times (an average of 15 times per game) though forward passes, dropped ball, getting bundled into touch or chip & grubber kicks that have gone wrong.  That’s 30% of the times they’ve started a possession sequence. When you watch the...

  • All Blacks
    Statistics: All Blacks v Springboks

    It was obvious to anyone watching the first game of the Tri Nations last weekend that the All Blacks went in with a deliberate policy of keeping the ball in play to minimise the impact of the Springbok lineout and tire the big South African forwards. Whilst the number of times in possession...

  • Rugby
    Video: Scrums – The Difference

    Wow! We have some very attentive readers.  The number of things people picked up that might link the eights scrums I showed you last week together was amazing.  It may well be that some of those even apply to 74 of the 75 scrums so far this season but there’s only one...