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    Afternoon all,

    Is there a website out there that lists how many penalties a specific player has given away over a six nations tournament? I'm intrigued by our low penalty against count this Six Nations, and want to see if the stats prove that it is down to a change in personnel (no Sean O'Brien this year who I am sure gave away 4 penalties on his own last Six Nations against Wales) as well as changes in the scrum laws.

    Any help would be useful!

    #2
    http://lmgtfy.com/?q=rugby+statistics




    p.s. ADHD makes his own stats up
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    Orn desh, dee born desh, de umn bork! bork! bork!

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      #3
      Originally posted by MOS View Post
      Afternoon all,

      Is there a website out there that lists how many penalties a specific player has given away over a six nations tournament? I'm intrigued by our low penalty against count this Six Nations, and want to see if the stats prove that it is down to a change in personnel (no Sean O'Brien this year who I am sure gave away 4 penalties on his own last Six Nations against Wales) as well as changes in the scrum laws.

      Any help would be useful!
      scrum.com

      http://www.espn.co.uk/statsguru/rugb...yer;view=match

      Just note that Turnovers (TO) are conceeded, not won. Penalties given should be fairly accurate though.

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        #4
        I hope you are aware that looking at this year's stats could in no way prove that any player or players or their absence was/were responsible for an improvement in discipline or any other facet of play.

        To prove that, you'd need an alternate reality machine that would allow you to enter into a parallel universe with SOB playing. You could then take those stats (assuming this alternate reality or dimension has a good statistics site) and compare them to the real stats. Other than that you are out of luck.

        http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Correla...mply_causation

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