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SWPL DISCIPLINE

Got this from the SWPL web site, thought it might be of interest. It is 3 points for a Red card and 1 for a yellow. The SWPL site is a mine of information.

PREMIER DIVISION (As at 4th January 2008)

Torpoint Athletic : 0 Reds 19 Yellows - 19 points

Falmouth Town : 1 Red 21 Yellows - 24 Points

Saltash United : 1 Red 22 Yellows - 25 points

Cullompton Rangers : 1 Red 23 Yellows - 26 points

Holsworthy : 1 Red 24 Yellows - 27 points

Launceston : 3 Reds 21 Yellows - 30 points

Liskeard Athletic : 2 Reds 26 Yellows - 32 points

Bodmin Town : 3 Reds 24 Yellows - 33 points

Witheridge : 2 Reds 29 Yellows - 35 points

St Blazey : 3 Reds 32 Yellows - 41 points

Tavistock : 2 Reds 36 Yellows - 42 points

Buckland Athletic : 3 Reds 35 Yellows - 44 points

Elburton Villa : 4 Reds 34 Yellows - 46 points

Clyst Rovers : 5 Reds 32 Yellows - 47 points

Ivybridge Town : 3 Reds 38 Yellows - 47 points

Dartmouth : 2 Reds 42 Yellows - 48 points

Plymouth Parkway : 3 Reds 40 Yellows - 49 points

Newton Abbot Spurs : 5 Reds 44 Yellows - 59 points

DIVISION ONE EAST (As at 4th January 2008)

University of Exeter : 0 Reds 10 Yellows - 10 points

Plymstock United : 1 Reds 11 Yellows - 14 points

Totnes & Dartington : 1 Red 11 Yellows - 14 points

Buckfastleigh Rangers : 1 Red 12 Yellows - 15 points

Galmpton United : 0 Reds 15 Yellows - 15 points

Axminster Town : 1 Red 15 Yellows - 18 points

Okehampton Argyle : 1 Red 16 Yellows - 19 points

Appledore : 1 Red 18 Yellows - 21 points

Ottery St Mary : 0 Reds 25 Yellows - 25 points

Budleigh Salterton : 1 Red 23 Yellows - 26 points

Alphington : 2 Reds 21 Yellows - 27 points

Crediton United : 2 Reds 22 Yellows - 28 points

Newton Abbot : 2 Reds 22 Yellows - 28 points

Liverton United : 1 Red 27 Yellows - 30 points

Teignmouth : 2 Reds 26 Yellows - 32 points

Stoke Gabriel : 4 Reds 21 Yellows - 33 points

Exmouth Town : 1 Red 33 Yellows - 36 points

DIVISION ONE WEST (As at 4th January 2008)

Vospers Oak Villa : 0 Reds 8 Yellows - 8 points

Camelford : 0 Reds 9 Yellows - 9 points

Goonhavern : 2 Reds 11 Yellows - 17 points

Callington Town : 2 Reds 12 Yellows - 18 points

Newquay : 1 Red 16 Yellows - 19 points

Penryn Athletic : 0 Reds 19 Yellows - 19 points

Penzance : 1 Red 16 Yellows - 19 points

Wadebridge Town : 1 Red 17 Yellows - 20 Points

Dobwalls : 0 Reds 21 Yellows - 21 points

Mousehole : 1 Red 18 Yellows - 21 points

Porthleven : 1 Red 18 Yellows - 21 points

Hayle : 3 Reds 15 Yellows - 24 points

Foxhole Stars : 1 Red 22 Yellows - 25 points

Millbrook : 1 Red 23 Yellows - 26 points

Wendron United : 4 Reds 15 Yellows - 27 points

St Austell : 2 Reds 28 Yellows - 34 points

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What-Torpoint at the top with Ian Stephens as manager!!

One of the best playing for Falmouth but in the St.Bazey shirt different viewpoint.

I remember seeing an altercation with Ian on the terraces in amongst the Falmouth F'troop,at Blaise Park after being sent off.

Anyway congratulations Ian and your team.I really enjoy your honest and outspoken views with Dave D on radio Cornwall. Off the cuff and no 'iffing and amming' straight to the point.

Top Cornish soccer character.

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Surprising what you can come up with when given useless information. (I hope my figures are correct)

Premier Division 44 Red – 542 Yellow

Division One East 21 Red – 328 Yellow

Division One West 20 Red - !88 Yellow

That makes 85 Red & 1058 Yellow

The interesting point is that the Premier Division has more Reds and Yellows than Division One East & West combined.

I have split the teams into pure Devon/Cornwall location. (Again this was done quickly so hope sums are right)

22 CORNISH TEAMS

33 Reds and 425 Yellows = 1.15 reds and 19.31 yellows per club

29 DEVON TEAMS

52 Reds and 633 Yellows = 1.79 reds and 21.82 yellows per club.

You could work it out based on games played etc. I'm not going there as this took me long enough.

What nasty boys those Dem boys are.

It poses a few questions.

Why does the Premier Division have such high figures.

Likewise why does the Devon clubs have worse stats than the Cornish ones.

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Quite easy ECPL - The Premier games are officiated by Level 4's who are looking to get promoted and have 3 officials (3 sets of eyes) and are nearly always watched over by an assessor !

The Devon / Cornwall split is I think a bit of a nonsense in that Devon clubs have played more games than Cornish ones, for example Div 1 East has 272 fixtures, Div 1 West 240 fixtures, those extra 32 games are bound to have some cards issued.

The prize money is for the best and runner-up in each division with the overall winner getting the Sportsmanship Cup, that will be decided by the points per game ratio that is the best of the 3 divisional winners, in other words divided by 34 for Premier, divided by 32 for 1 East and by 30 for 1 West.

Regards

Phil H

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Strewth Phil H, keep your hair on I’m only doing this to while away the time as my Telly has gone on the blink and I’m bored.

22 Cornwall clubs receive 33 red cards and 425 yellows. The rate per team is exactly the same 1.15 red cards per team and 19.31 yellow cards per team.

29 Devon teams receive 52 red cards and 633 yellows. Again the rate per team remains unaltered at 1.79 red cards per team and 21.82 yellow cards per team.

Cornish clubs have played 353 games.

Devon clubs have played 513 games.

I must point out that if a Cornish club plays a Cornish club then this would in fact be 2 games as they will have both played the match, likewise with Devon clubs. If a Cornish club plays a Devon club then it is 1 game each.

Therefore it took Cornish clubs

10.69 games to pick up 1 red card, and

1.20 games to pick up 1 yellow card

Devon clubs took

9.86 games to pick up 1 red card and

1.23 games to pick up 1 yellow card

Is that any help or do you want me to reduce it down again to EACH DIVISION

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Here we go.

PREMIER DIVISION

The 7 Cornish teams picked up 13 red cards and 165 yellow cards in 123 matches

The 11 Devon teams picked up 31 red cards and 377 yellow cards in 213 matches

Therefore

The 7 Cornish teams averaged 1.85 red cards per team and 23.57 yellow cards

The 11 Devon clubs averaged 2.81 red cards per team and 34.27 yellow cards

If you are looking at games played

It took Cornish clubs

9.46 games to pick up 1 red card and

1.34 games to pick up 1 yellow card

Devon clubs took

6.87 games to pick up 1 red card and

1.76 games to pick up 1 yellow card

This is interesting as it takes Devon clubs longer to pick up a yellow card but they pick up a red one, much quicker.

DIVISION ONE EAST (all Devon clubs plus I have added Vospers OV)

The 18 Devon clubs picked up 21 red cards and 328 yellow in 289 games

If you are looking at games played

The 18 Devon teams averaged 1.16 red cards per club and 18.22 yellow

Devon clubs took

14.23 games to pick up 1 red card and

1.16 games to pick up 1 yellow card

DIVISION ONE WEST (all Cornish clubs minus Vospers OV)

The 15 clubs picked up 20 red cards and 180 yellow in 231 games

If you are looking at games played

The 15 Cornish teams averaged 1.33 red cards per club and 12.00 yellow

Cornish clubs took

11.55 games to pick up a red card

1.28 games to pick up 1 yellow card.

Make the comparisons what you will. I do hope my maths was ok or I will look a right chump.

Its off to bed now as I am being lulled to sleepr by the radio.

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Quite easy ECPL - The Premier games are officiated by Level 4's who are looking to get promoted and have 3 officials (3 sets of eyes) and are nearly always watched over by an assessor !

The Devon / Cornwall split is I think a bit of a nonsense in that Devon clubs have played more games than Cornish ones, for example Div 1 East has 272 fixtures, Div 1 West 240 fixtures, those extra 32 games are bound to have some cards issued.

The prize money is for the best and runner-up in each division with the overall winner getting the Sportsmanship Cup, that will be decided by the points per game ratio that is the best of the 3 divisional winners, in other words divided by 34 for Premier, divided by 32 for 1 East and by 30 for 1 West.

Regards

Phil H

phil, just a quick question, was the referee of the bodmin v falmouth game assessed last week??? was he called steve paul or something?? i have to say the league would be a better place without him, how one man can ruin such a good game is beyond my belief, now dont get me wrong, it is tough old job in the middle, but he is THE WORST I HAVE EVER SEEN. the amount of advantages he didnt play, shocking card decisions and the way he talks to the players is like an old school teacher, i serious believe if he spoke to them like he did off the pitch, he would be flattened! he is terrible, boot him out phil will ya!! for the good of the league, or at least keep him away from the top games

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Great work ECPL !

One other ponderable I'm afriad that I've waited until after you have done all that hard work (not that I asked you to :D ) is that the figures are based on result sheets received by the 4th Jan., due to Xmas and new year I'm still waiting for a few stragglers with their paperwork.

On the subject of the Referee, you don't seriously expect me to make any comment regarding this ? Their are avenues for clubs to make reports and processes to go through, and those are between the league, the clubs and the county FA.

As a side swipe though, I was under the obviously false impression that only Devon referees got the big games this season B)

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