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Centre bounce attendances 2020

With thanks to Champion Data and Brice Mitchell, all 2020 CBAs can be viewed here.

Centre bounce attendances 2020

This year we have been lucky enough to have access to all of the centre bounce attendance numbers via articles for throughout the 2020 season. The numbers have been supplied by Champion Data and the wizard that is Brice Mitchell (follow @bricemitchell on Twitter) has compiled them into a nice accessible Excel spreadsheet. Brice is a legend among the Fantasy community and if you appreciate his work, you should consider buying him a coffee.

DOWNLOAD: CBAs 2020 – Brice Mitchell – DT Talk.xlsx

DOWNLOAD: CBAs 2020 – All Clubs.xlsx

The club-by-club data is below. Click the image for the full size and to zoom in. See download links above from more. Feel free to have a play and share with us! We’re keen to hear your takeaways in the comments. For example, Fremantle used the fewest players at centre bounces with 12 for the season, while Hawthorn used the most with 23. We’ll be looking over these and including information in our club season previews in the new year.

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    October 5, 2020 at 1:57 am

    Few players of interest here:

    Laird (cba avg 38%): played 8 games in def and 8 and half games in mid. A lock if he keeps dpp with Crouch leaving.
    Zorko (avg 48%): should keep his dpp, but will turn 32 next year and might play a fwd role with Berry and Clug emerging in the mids
    Sidbottom (avg 24%): likely to retain fwd status since he only played 2 games after getting dpp.
    Fyfe (avg 60%): Ranked as the 3rd highest used mid for Freo at CBAs. My gut feel is that he’ll be a mid only next year.
    Dangerfield (66%): Played a lot more fwd in the 2nd half of the season. Might be touch n go if he keeps playing fwd in the finals.
    Taranto (56%): Big chance for fwd status considering he how close he got to getting in round 12.
    Petracca (66%): will most likely be a mid only next yr.
    Houston (23%): will definitely keep his def status.
    Dusty (76%): Surprising to see that he led the Tigers for total cba %. I guess he started mostly mid then pushed fwd. Might not keep his dpp after all depending on how CD adjudicate dpps for next year.
    Marshall (45%) spend considerable time fwd in the 2nd half of the season. worth considering if given dpp with his scoring potential and Ryder’s injury troubles.
    Dunkley (39%): Looked like Bevo preferred Bont, Macrae, Libba and Smith in the mids over Dunks after his return from injury. Also spend time as the 2nd ruck. I guess he’s more likely for fwd status given the numbers.
    Whitfield: should still be a dpp next year, will most likely be a def/mid or def/fwd if we’re lucky.

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