End of year summary of three Australian women’s sport competitions

I have been monitoring performances in three Australian women’s sport competitions this season:

WNBL

The WNBL has concluded its regular season after 21 rounds. My data are collected from the official WNBL web site.

My median profiles for winners and losers in eighty-two games are:

W-League

My particular interest in association football is in goal scoring. I have used the official W-League web site for my secondary data. My record of the thirty-three games played in the first part of the 2017-2018 (up to 31 December) is:

The characteristics of these games were:

WBBL

Twenty-three games have been played in WBBL03 (up to 31 December). My data for these games come from the official WBBL web site. I have been following partnerships in these games.

Photo Credits

UC Capitals (Caden Helmers, Twitter)

Perth Glory v Brisbane Roar (The Women’s Game, Twitter)

Tickets available (Perth Scorchers, Twitter)

2 thoughts on “End of year summary of three Australian women’s sport competitions”

  1. Hi Keith

    It is 9.30 in the evening here. I just wanted to wish you and all the family a very Happy New Year. Sending love and cwtch’s from us all in Wales xx

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