Collingwood in 2008

here’s a summary of the Stats for Collingwood for Season 08
 

Wins and Losses

  • Best winning streak – 4.
  • Worst losing streak – 3.
  • Have beaten all teams except Hawthorn and Western Bulldogs since 2006.
  • Won 5 games by 6 goals or more.
  • Lost 3 games by 6 goals or more.
  • Won all 4 quarters in 5 matches.
  • Lost all 4 quarters in 0 matches.
  • Defeated one team 6  positions above them on the ladder.  (Geelong  R9)
  • Lost to one team 9 positions below them on the ladder (Fremantle R22)
  • Lost to one team 8 positions below them on the ladder (Carlton, R4)
  • Lost to one team 7 positions below them on the ladder (Essendon R17)

Scoring Summary

  • High score 172 pts, Low 56 pts
  • High against 154 pts, Low 48 pts
  • Biggest win 100 pts, Loss 65 pts.

New Scoring Records

  • Lowest aggregate score v Fremantle, (136pts R22)
  • Biggest win v West Coast, (100 pts R10)
  • Highest Last Quarter score v West Coast, (8.1-49, R10)

New Attendance Records

  • Highest H&A attendance v Fremantle (45,383, R1)
  • Highest H&A attendance v Adelaide (52,592, R15)
  • Highest H&A attendance v West Coast  (52,968, R10)
  • 4th consecutive year, 1 million plus attendances.

Number of matches since:

  • Playing a Final, 0
  • Winning a premiership, 408
  • Winning a Wooden Spoon,210

Individual Stats

  • Kicks – Dane Swan, 335 (2)
  • Handballs – Shane O’Bree, 219
  • Disposals – Dane Swan, 540 (12)
  • Marks – Paul Medhurst, 165 (7)
  • Hit-Outs – Josh Fraser, 274 (15)
  • Tackles – Shane O’Bree, 101 (13)
  • Goals – Paul Medhurst, 48 (12)
  • Behinds – Travis Cloke, 24 (19)
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