Differences in Selected Performance Indicator Between Winning and Losing Team in Rugby Seven: Case Study on Vancouver World Rugby Seven Series 2015/2016 Season
This cross-sectional study conducted to determine the differences in selected performance indicator between winning and losing teams in Vancouver World Rugby Series season 2015/2016. A total of 45 matches in this tournament were analyzed using hand notational analysis. The data analyzed using Statistical Package for Social Science version 19 (SPSS ver. 19) with the significance level was set at p < 0.05. Mann–Whitney Test was used to determine the differences in selected performance indicator between winning teams and losing teams. There were five significant indicators (try scoring, conversion, line out lost, line break, and turn over won) from the overall eighteen performance indicator that used in this study. Finding from this research will be suggested to coach to be implemented in training to prepare a winning team.
KeywordsPerformance analysis Performance indicator Rugby seven Winning team Losing team Team sport
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