Friday, 15 March 2013

Goals: Setting, Not Kicking

This season we have rolled out new calculations and formulas to (hopefully) better predict outcomes with greater accuracy.
And so, we should establish firstly our results from last season as a stake in the ground, and then also set goals and targets for 2013.
...And the first commenter to use terms like "KPI's" and "stakeholders" will get one, right up the bracket!.


The blog 'WayBeyondRedemption' also tips football results, and the mysterious 'Carlo Monty' has also set goals... reminding us to do the same.


So, looking at 2012, we can benchmark our results as:

TIPPING RESULTS:
Correct tips for Home and Away Season -    155 from 198 games [78.3%]
... compare to Monash Uni's best -                153 from 198 games [77.3%]

Correct tips for the full Premiership year -    162 from 207 games [78.3%]
... compare to Monash Uni's best -                158 from 207 games [76.3%]


MONASH UNI RESULTS:
Using the Monash Uni mathematical systems (refer to the website for rules)

Correct tips for Home and Away Season -    1902 points from 198 games [9.61/game]
... compare to Monash Uni's best -                1902 points from 198 games [9.61/game]

Correct tips for the full Premiership year -    1992 points from 207 games [9.62/game]
... compare to Monash Uni's best -                1980 points from 207 games [9.57/game]



2013 GOALS:
So to the goals, which, after years of corporate life, we are told should be SMART (or even SMARTERS).
But we have always been the types to rebel against some of the minutiae of corporate orders, so without being SMART at all... here are our 2013 Targets;

1. A season 'correct tip' rate of +80%, which equates to 159 for the home and away season, and 166 for the whole year.

2. A season score on the Monash Uni system of 1995, which equates to 9.64 points/game. *

3. Following Carlo Monty, lets also shoot for 5 perfect rounds on footytips.com, for 5 free Hungry Jacks Whoppers.


* This is extremely ambitious, as our data under the Monash Uni. system varies significantly year-on-year. If we were being SMART, this number should be closer to 8.70 points per game, totalling 1800 points for the year.

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