CRFC Fans | Top performers in round 10 of the Pro14 (2017-2018)

TEAM RANKINGS

Top performers in round
10
of the Pro14 in

tackles

Kings
200
tackles
86
%
success
Cardiff
178
92%
Dragons
178
92%
Ulster
162
86%
Benetton
162
86%
Zebre
148
82%
Munster
133
83%
Leinster
113
84%
Connacht
105
73%
Cheetahs
93
84%
Ospreys
89
87%
Glasgow
87
93%
Edinburgh
82
91%
Scarlets
72
72%

meters run

Edinburgh
606
meters
Leinster
537m
Glasgow
507m
Cheetahs
477m
Scarlets
453m
Connacht
440m
Ulster
432m
Dragons
413m
Zebre
395m
Munster
372m
Ospreys
294m
Benetton
225m
Cardiff
201m
Kings
144m

offloads

Zebre
12
Benetton
11
Connacht
11
Leinster
11
Cheetahs
9
Edinburgh
9
Scarlets
9
Ospreys
8
Glasgow
8
Munster
7
Dragons
6
Cardiff
4
Ulster
3
Kings
1

passes

Connacht
242
Ulster
234
Leinster
228
Edinburgh
194
Dragons
190
Glasgow
181
Scarlets
177
Ospreys
172
Zebre
155
Benetton
147
Cardiff
118
Munster
105
Cheetahs
104
Kings
85

runs

Leinster
176
Edinburgh
168
Glasgow
156
Ulster
145
Dragons
143
Connacht
142
Ospreys
125
Benetton
118
Scarlets
109
Zebre
107
Munster
94
Cheetahs
90
Cardiff
77
Kings
67

breaks

Leinster
13
Benetton
13
Edinburgh
11
Kings
11
Ulster
10
Dragons
10
Munster
9
Ospreys
9
Cardiff
6
Glasgow
6
Cheetahs
5
Scarlets
5
Connacht
2
Zebre
2

kicks

Munster
30
Scarlets
29
Leinster
27
Cheetahs
26
Ospreys
24
Dragons
23
Ulster
21
Connacht
20
Glasgow
20
Zebre
19
Cardiff
19
Edinburgh
15
Kings
15
Benetton
12

tries

Edinburgh
7
Glasgow
6
Munster
5
Dragons
5
Ulster
5
Leinster
5
Cheetahs
3
Scarlets
2
Kings
2
Zebre
2
Ospreys
2
Benetton
1
Connacht
1
Cardiff
1

turnovers won

Connacht
18
Scarlets
15
Cardiff
14
Munster
14
Cheetahs
13
Ospreys
12
Ulster
12
Zebre
12
Kings
11
Edinburgh
11
Leinster
11
Benetton
10
Dragons
7
Glasgow
6

penalties

Leinster
7
Zebre
7
Ulster
7
Ospreys
8
Glasgow
8
Dragons
9
Edinburgh
10
Kings
10
Cheetahs
10
Connacht
11
Scarlets
11
Benetton
12
Munster
13
Cardiff
14

lineout steals

Leinster
5
Cardiff
3
Scarlets
3
Cheetahs
3
Dragons
2
Ulster
2
Zebre
2
Connacht
1
Kings
1
Munster
1
Benetton
1
Edinburgh
0
Ospreys
0
Glasgow
0

attacking prowess

Munster
55
secs
per point
Edinburgh
67
Kings
71
Dragons
73
Glasgow
75
Ulster
77
Cheetahs
78
Leinster
79
Zebre
82
Cardiff
108
Scarlets
123
Benetton
190
Connacht
274
Ospreys
283

penalties

Marius Mitrea
16
pens
George Clancy
18
David Wilkinson
19
Stuart Berry
20
Quinton Immelman
21
Ben Whitehouse
21
Nigel Owens
22

cards

Quinton Immelman
0
pens
Marius Mitrea
1
David Wilkinson
1
Ben Whitehouse
2
George Clancy
2
Nigel Owens
2
Stuart Berry
3

dead time

vs
00:18:46
vs
00:19:06
vs
00:20:07
vs
00:22:45
vs
00:24:57
vs
00:25:07
vs
00:25:59

How is dead time calculated?

Figures are estimates only and based on an average of scrum times and lineouts times taken from the Edinburgh vs Cardiff Blues European Cup Quarter Final. Scrum time was calculated by recording the time taken from when the referee used his whistle to indicate a scrum, until the time the ball emerged from the scrum, or the referee blew his whistle indicating a penalty or another scrum. Lineout time was calculated by recording the time the ball left the field of play and then recording the time the ball left the hooker's hands. Full details area accessible here, but this data is created by estimating that each scrum takes 56.95 seconds and each lineout takes 23.81 seconds.

How is attacking prowess calculated?

For games other than Top14 games, ESPN provides data on share of possession by teams. It is therefore possible to calculate how many minutes each time had possession of the ball during games. As we also know the points scored by each team, it is possible to caculate the speed with which teams turn possession into points. For example, if a team secures 50% of possession (equalent to 40 minutes) and scores 40 points in a game, then their rate of scoring is 1 point every 60 seconds.

All raw data courtesy of espn.com

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