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Warriors
Vs
Bulldogs
42 Mt Smart Stadium
12 Aug 2022 20:00
80th minute
18

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Measures the total number of metres covered by players at a velocity greater than 20 kilometres per hour
So it doesnt mean necessarily that player was the fastest? Just that they covered more distance during the match at a higher velocity than anyone else?

I dunno......im still confused......give me an old fashioned foot race anyday, then ill tell u who's faster.
 
So it doesnt mean necessarily that player was the fastest? Just that they covered more distance during the match at a higher velocity than anyone else?

I dunno......im still confused......give me an old fashioned foot race anyday, then ill tell u who's faster.

Telstra Tracker: Round 22​

Total Distance​

  1. Cooper Johns (Storm) — 9,484 metres
  2. Sean O'Sullivan (Panthers) — 9,459 metres
  3. Kyle Flanagan (Bulldogs) — 9,393 metres
  4. Sam Walker (Roosters) — 9,337 metres
  5. Adam Clune (Knights) — 9,336 metres

Maximum Velocity​

  1. Josh Addo-Carr (Bulldogs) — 35.5 km/h
  2. Jason Saab (Sea Eagles) — 34.7 km/h
  3. Brent Naden (Wests Tigers) — 34.4 km/h
  4. Bradman Best (Knights) — 34.2 km/h
  5. Dallin Watene-Zelezniak (Warriors) — 34.2 km/h

High Speed Distance (metres > 20 km/h)​

  1. Dallin Watene-Zelezniak (Warriors) — 783 metres
  2. Marcelo Montoya (Warriors) — 778 metres
  3. Brad Parker (Sea Eagles) — 776 metres
  4. Viliame Vailea (Warriors) — 745 metres
  5. Brian Kelly (Titans) — 724 metres

Relative Distance (metres per minute)​

  1. Drew Hutchison (Roosters) — 112.6 metres/min
  2. Tyran Wishart (Storm) — 107.6 metres/min
  3. Davvy Moale (Rabbitohs) — 106.9 metres/min
  4. Bryce Cartwright (Eels) — 104.0 metres/min
  5. Ofahiki Ogden (Eels) — 103.8 metres/min

Closest way to measure what you’re after is the maximum velocity category here, that doesn’t consider over the distance though but more top end speed. Either way we’ve got some speed in the back line.
 

Telstra Tracker: Round 22​

Maximum Velocity​

  1. Josh Addo-Carr (Bulldogs) — 35.5 km/h
  2. Jason Saab (Sea Eagles) — 34.7 km/h
  3. Brent Naden (Wests Tigers) — 34.4 km/h
  4. Bradman Best (Knights) — 34.2 km/h
  5. Dallin Watene-Zelezniak (Warriors) — 34.2 km/h

Closest way to measure what you’re after is the maximum velocity category here, that doesn’t consider over the distance though but more top end speed. Either way we’ve got some speed in the back line.
Yep when im thinking speed that's the one that holds more relevance to me.

The guys that if u put into space with open pasture ahead of them will leave anyone else for dead.......its a handy weapon for any team to have up its sleeve.

Addo Carr, Saab, Naden i had always picked as speed merchants....but yes its heartening to see Dallin getting up there too.....would still like to see us exploit that more.
 

Telstra Tracker: Round 22​

Total Distance​

  1. Cooper Johns (Storm) — 9,484 metres
  2. Sean O'Sullivan (Panthers) — 9,459 metres
  3. Kyle Flanagan (Bulldogs) — 9,393 metres
  4. Sam Walker (Roosters) — 9,337 metres
  5. Adam Clune (Knights) — 9,336 metres

Maximum Velocity​

  1. Josh Addo-Carr (Bulldogs) — 35.5 km/h
  2. Jason Saab (Sea Eagles) — 34.7 km/h
  3. Brent Naden (Wests Tigers) — 34.4 km/h
  4. Bradman Best (Knights) — 34.2 km/h
  5. Dallin Watene-Zelezniak (Warriors) — 34.2 km/h

High Speed Distance (metres > 20 km/h)​

  1. Dallin Watene-Zelezniak (Warriors) — 783 metres
  2. Marcelo Montoya (Warriors) — 778 metres
  3. Brad Parker (Sea Eagles) — 776 metres
  4. Viliame Vailea (Warriors) — 745 metres
  5. Brian Kelly (Titans) — 724 metres

Relative Distance (metres per minute)​

  1. Drew Hutchison (Roosters) — 112.6 metres/min
  2. Tyran Wishart (Storm) — 107.6 metres/min
  3. Davvy Moale (Rabbitohs) — 106.9 metres/min
  4. Bryce Cartwright (Eels) — 104.0 metres/min
  5. Ofahiki Ogden (Eels) — 103.8 metres/min

Closest way to measure what you’re after is the maximum velocity category here, that doesn’t consider over the distance though but more top end speed. Either way we’ve got some speed in the back line.
Another thing it shows is we have guys now who can back it up.
In the past we’ve had the likes of konnie and Fusitua who had good pace but struggled with repeat efforts which is part of the reason we used to get run over the top of late in the game.
The trade off is that we have lacked a bit of size bringing the ball out of our own end but the addition of vailea and kosi seem to have addressed that somewhat.
 

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If his seats under the coaches box and he's not band for life then you're going to have to look away!
Mate for the last 2 years I've been telling myself to look away every time the warriors play. I dont think this will be the end for me.but the last thing I need is more crap when I TRY to enjoy watching my team. Haven't missed a single game since day 1. But it's been close lately
 
Mate for the last 2 years I've been telling myself to look away every time the warriors play. I dont think this will be the end for me.but the last thing I need is more crap when I TRY to enjoy watching my team. Haven't missed a single game since day 1. But it's been close lately
I'm sure we all had to look away when we realized we're paying Lodge out at the detriment of our club.
Must be just the last straw for ya a shoey?
 
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