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    2019 CONSTELLATION CUP AUS v NZ TEST 4 (Perth)

    RAC Arena
    SUN 27 OCT, 10:15am WA time

    (1:15pm AEDT, 12:45pm SA, 12:15pm Qld, 3:15pm NZ, 2:15am UK)

    Live scoring… https://mc.championdata.com/netball_aus/

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    AUSTRALIA:
    BASSETT, Caitlin (capt)
    BRAZILL, Ash
    BRUCE, Courtney
    KLAU, Sarah
    PHILIP, Tegan
    PRICE, Jamie-Lee
    SCHERIAN, Laura
    THWAITES, Caitlin
    TIPPETT, Gretel
    TURNER, Maddy
    WATSON, Liz
    WESTON, Jo


    NEW ZEALAND:
    BURGER, Karin
    CRAMPTON, Gina
    EKENASIO, Emeliaranne
    FOLAU, Maria
    KARAKA, Phoenix
    LANGMAN, Laura (capt)
    MES, Bailey
    RORE, Katrina
    SAUNDERS, Shannon
    SELBY-RICKIT, Te Paea
    SOKOLICH-BEATSON, Michaela
    WATSON, Jane

    Ian HarkinIan Harkin
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    Some stats from the last 5 Aus v NZ tests

    Aus has had more turnovers in all 5 games: 23-20, 19-15, 22-20, 32-27 & 21-16. Total: 117-98 (ave 23.4-19.6)

    Aus has been penalised more in all 5 games: 76-58, 82-49, 62-40, 57-47, 53-40. Total: 330-234 (ave 66-46.8)

    Jinxibo
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    Thanks Ian. Do you have the goal percentage?

    I found it interesting that in game 2 both sides had the same number of attempts, according to the Sky sports stats, but Aus came out on top because of accuracy of shot :-|

    Ian HarkinIan Harkin
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    Aus shooting %: 87.7%, 89.5%, 91.2%, 90.6%, 89.8%.
    NZ shooting %: 84.5%, 85.2%, 93%, 73.7%, 90.0%

    NZ shooting very well, except for that one game (73.7%), which Aus won by 6. The other 4 games all ended in 1 goal margins with the kiwis winning 3 of them.

    Ian HarkinIan Harkin
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    Combined stats over those 5 games…

    Bassett 134/152 (88.2%)
    Tippett 71/73 (97.3%)
    Thwaites 18/19 (94.7%)
    Wood 18/22 (81.8%)
    Philip 13/17 (76.5%)
    TOTAL: 254/283 (89.8%)

    Folau 131/157 (83.4%)
    Ekenasio 108/121 (89.3%)
    Mes 11/15 (73.3%)
    TOTAL: 250/293 (85.3%)

    Jinxibo
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    Thanks Ian.
    NT targeted the goal percentage as an area for improvement it appears to be working.
    I didn’t realise Thwaites had better shooting stats than Cbass. She should be in the starting line-up

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    Ian HarkinIan Harkin
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    So… not much chance that Bassett won’t be starting. It’s in Perth and it’s her 100th game.

    Bassett ton to give Diamonds motivation https://wwos.nine.com.au/netball/bassett-ton-to-give-diamonds-motivation/c27507b1-a41a-4bd7-ad31-de6a6f1ea2ec

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    Netballcrazy1
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    A great achievement for Bassett and I don’t want to take anything away from that because she has been a rock for the Diamonds, especially when she is at her best, but does anyone else reckon Thwaites could’ve been in the 80s or so if LA gave her half the chance she gives Bassett?

    “That was my introduction to the world stage, and people I guess looking at me as a serious threat, instead of maybe just someone who’s going to pop on as an impact player,” she says.

    This quote particularly got me, not because it was her having a go or anything but she has literally stated the situation Thwaites is king of in from a coaching perspective.

    JR
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    <<now (have seen me) develop into an uncoordinated bumbling adult>>

    Ha ha ha….

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    Jinxibo
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    Hi – i strongly suggest that in preparation for this game you all watch the M1 Nations Cup, Cook Islands V Singapore… available on youtube

    WHY !

    Yep the game is slower, the skill level is rising but not as high as the CC, umpiring okay but the commentary OMG – I’ve forgotten his name but he has stooped to a new low – unapologetically biased, sexist and lacking knowledge of the game :-o :-o :-o

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