My first floorball tournament

It was a successful debut for William Little as his team won their Floorball tournament.

Round 10 – Carlton v Geelong: Thanks Bolts

djlitsa is enjoying his footy again, partly because Carlton is winning more. Big thanks to Bolts for his refreshing outlook.

Round 2 – Carlton v Sydney: When childhood allegiances get a little Messi

Carlton follower Damien Little muses about his sons’ sporting allegiances while following his Blues from afar.

The Statistical Premiership Window 2015: The Eagles to Deny Hawthorn A Three-Peat

Damien Little has done all the work, so that you don’t have to. Back by popular demand, here is DJ Litsa’s Statistical Premiership Window for 2015. Hawthorn fans might want to look away…

Don’t Like Banging Your Head On A Table?

As the Goodes issue rolls on, Damien Little and The People’s Elbow find a practical way of directing support towards Adam (and his former teammate, Michael O’Loughlin), if you’re so inclined, of course.

The (Renovated) Statistical Premiership Window

The time-honoured Damien Little Premiership Window. So, who wins the flag? This is quite remarkable.

Port to win flag from fifth!

Then there were 8. Djlitsa takes a look at how the Final 8 shape up in terms of the Premiership window. The results may surprise.

Cat P*rn & the Ross Lyon Vortex

Damien Little examines the existence of a “Ross Lyon Vortex”, and throws a few statistical comparisons with Geelong into the mix.

The Statistical Premiership Window: How teams are placed after Round 15

What does a premiership window really look like? Get the picture with djlitsa. Warning: contains graphic mathematical images.

The Statistical Premiership Window: How are teams placed so far in 2014

Damien Little (the sensible one) updates the performance of all teams this season on the ‘time honoured’ Premiership Window Index.

The John Barker Line — Carlton’s Dismal Forwards

Damien Little clinically analyses the Blues inability to create goals from their scoring opportunities in recent years. An oasis of sanity in a storm of Litza and TRobb.

GWS, off the chart: The Statistical Premiership Window and Trend Lines Part II

Litza and his brother Damien bring you the rest of Damien’s analysis on how well your team is going on finding the premiership sweet spot. Warning: may be distressing viewing for some.

Geelong, Can You Please Crawl Out Your Window: The Statistical Premiership Window and Trend Lines

The People’s Elbow introduces his stable (by comparison) brother Damien who has knocked out a very persuausive set of figures, graphs and charts which will appeal to your inner-Einstein.

September Dreams

A fairy tale Inspired by C. Judd – 3 Votes, “Where The Wild Things Are” by Maurice Sendak and in hope of dreams to come for my son.

Stats never lie

They say that statistics never lie, but certainly a good massage or selection of data can allow you to tell the story you want. After so much talk of Adelaide’s easy draw this year, I thought I would have an historical look at the last 5 years and the performance of the top 8 against each other and against the bottom 4 sides.