Celebrating the success of our PlayerData Community: 2023/24

2023/24 - a season of triumph and growth for our PlayerData Community

SEASON RECAP

In the world of sports, data analysis has become an integral part of optimising performance and achieving success. The 2023-2024 season has been another remarkable year for dozens of teams using PlayerData. From local clubs to university sides, these teams have clinched titles, cups, and promotions while also experiencing significant improvements in physical performance. In this season’s recap, we celebrate the success of numerous teams, including Maidstone United, Hashtag United Women, Portsmouth Women, Glenvale AFC, Thorn Athletic, Horsham FC, Renfrew FC U20, Cribbs FC, Broxburn Athletic, Harthill Royal, Royal Engineers AFC, Kinloss Eagles RFC, Stenhousemuir FC, Dumbarton FC, Drumchapel United, and many more. We will highlight their achievements and share some valuable insights gained from analysing their data.

Maidstone United

Historic FA Cup Run and Kent County Cup Victory

Maidstone United reached the FA Cup fifth round for the first time, becoming the first team outside of the top five divisions to achieve this feat since Blyth Spartans in 1977-78. They also celebrated success in the DFDS Kent County Cup, showcasing their remarkable season.

Throughout the season, Maidstone displayed impressive performance metrics, consistently covering an average distance of more than 9km per game. Maidstone players regularly hit top speeds of 28kph+, demonstrating the team's high-intensity play even as compared to some of their better opponents in the FA cup.

Hashtag United Women

FA WNL Cup and Essex Women's Cup Winners

Hashtag United Women had an outstanding season, winning the 2023-24 FA WNL Cup and the Essex Women's Cup. Their success was built on teamwork and exceptional fitness levels.

The team covered an average distance of 7km+ per game, with forwards regularly recording top speeds in excess of 24kph. An extra special congratulations to Hashtag’s player of the season, skipper Grace Gillard.

Portsmouth Women

Promotion to the Women's Championship

Portsmouth Women secured promotion to the Women's Championship by winning the Southern Premier Division title. Their impressive season was marked by consistent high-level performances.

In equally exciting news, Portsmouth Women will become a full-time professional team ahead of the 2024/25 Championship season, a historic first for the club. Players will be offered professional contracts, and the team will benefit from increased support with full-time backroom staff, more on-pitch sessions, enhanced gym programmes, and additional off-pitch support. This transition follows the move to a semi-professional model last year and reflects significant investment from Tornante, demonstrating a strong commitment to women's football in Portsmouth.

Glenvale AFC

PDM Huws Gray WOSFL Fourth Division Champions

Glenvale AFC won their league this calendar year, showcasing their dominance in the league.

The team covered average distances of more than 6km per game, with winger Brian Connor achieving top speeds of more than 28.5kph and netting 20 goals in the process. 

Thorn Athletic

Promotion from the PDM Huws Gray WOSFL Fourth Division

Thorn Athletic secured promotion from the same league as Glenvale, highlighting their equally impressive season.

The team’s average distance covered per game was an impressive 7.5km+, with the team regularly hitting distances of more than 8km. A special shoutout goes to Thorn Athletic’s own Nathan McLelland who finished as the leagues top scorer with 32 goals on the season.

Horsham FC

Sussex Transport Senior Cup Winners

Horsham FC celebrated success by winning the Sussex Transport Senior Cup, marking a memorable season for the club.

Renfrew FC U20

PlayerData Cup 2023-24 Winners

Renfrew FC U20s had a fantastic season, winning the PlayerData Cup 2023-24. 

Cribbs FC

Third Place Finish and 16-Game Unbeaten Run

Cribbs FC had an impressive season, finishing third after just being promoted, including an incredible 16-game unbeaten run.

The team covered an incredible average distance of more than 8km per game, with standout performances from attacking midfielder Aysa Corrick, who recorded a top speed of 30.8kph. Cribbs’ ability to maintain high physical standards throughout the season was instrumental in their strong league finish.

Broxburn Athletic

East of Scotland Premier Winners and Lowland League Promotion

Broxburn Athletic were champions in the 2023-24 season, finishing ahead of title rivals Musselburgh Athletic. They secured a spot in the promotion playoffs and were victorious, earning promotion to the Lowland Football League for the 2024-25 season.

Harthill Royal

Promoted to East of Scotland Division Two

Harthill Royal secured promotion to the East of Scotland Division Two, marking a successful season.

Royal Engineers AFC

Back-to-Back League Titles

Royal Engineers AFC celebrated back-to-back league titles, showcasing their dominance and consistency.

Kinloss Eagles RFC

Back-to-Back Promotions and Titles

Kinloss Eagles RFC achieved back-to-back promotions and titles, highlighting their remarkable success in rugby.

The team’s average distance covered per game was 4km+, with standout performances from winger Josefa Navunivuai Kamanalagi Baro, who recorded a top speed of 28.7kph. Kinloss Eagles’ commitment to maintaining high physical standards was key to their continued success.

Stenhousemuir FC

League Two Champions and Promotion

Stenhousemuir FC were crowned League Two champions, securing promotion for the 2023-24 season.

Dumbarton FC

Scottish League One Promotion

Dumbarton FC secured promotion to the Scottish League One, marking a successful season for the club.

The team’s average distance covered per game was in excess of 8km, with some matches reaching more than 10km covered! Forward Finlay Gray recorded a top speed of 30.9kph in their match against The Spartans. 

Drumchapel United

West of Scotland Football League First Division Winners and Strathclyde Cup Winners

Drumchapel United had an outstanding season, winning the West of Scotland Football League First Division and the Strathclyde Cup.

Our Success is Your Success

The success stories of Maidstone United, Hashtag United Women, Portsmouth Women, Glenvale AFC, Thorn Athletic, Horsham FC, Renfrew FC U20, Cribbs FC, Broxburn Athletic, Harthill Royal, Royal Engineers AFC, Kinloss Eagles RFC, Stenhousemuir FC, Dumbarton FC, and Drumchapel United highlight the transformative impact of PlayerData’s tracking technology. By leveraging the power of data analysis, these teams have been triumphant, securing league titles, promotions, and making historic cup runs. As these teams and others celebrate their accomplishments, they inspire us with their dedication and determination to the sport, setting the stage for future seasons of even greater achievements. We can't wait to see what the season ahead will bring!

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Celebrating the success of our PlayerData Community: 2023/24

June 5, 2024
2023/24 - a season of triumph and growth for our PlayerData Community

SEASON RECAP

In the world of sports, data analysis has become an integral part of optimising performance and achieving success. The 2023-2024 season has been another remarkable year for dozens of teams using PlayerData. From local clubs to university sides, these teams have clinched titles, cups, and promotions while also experiencing significant improvements in physical performance. In this season’s recap, we celebrate the success of numerous teams, including Maidstone United, Hashtag United Women, Portsmouth Women, Glenvale AFC, Thorn Athletic, Horsham FC, Renfrew FC U20, Cribbs FC, Broxburn Athletic, Harthill Royal, Royal Engineers AFC, Kinloss Eagles RFC, Stenhousemuir FC, Dumbarton FC, Drumchapel United, and many more. We will highlight their achievements and share some valuable insights gained from analysing their data.

Maidstone United

Historic FA Cup Run and Kent County Cup Victory

Maidstone United reached the FA Cup fifth round for the first time, becoming the first team outside of the top five divisions to achieve this feat since Blyth Spartans in 1977-78. They also celebrated success in the DFDS Kent County Cup, showcasing their remarkable season.

Throughout the season, Maidstone displayed impressive performance metrics, consistently covering an average distance of more than 9km per game. Maidstone players regularly hit top speeds of 28kph+, demonstrating the team's high-intensity play even as compared to some of their better opponents in the FA cup.

Hashtag United Women

FA WNL Cup and Essex Women's Cup Winners

Hashtag United Women had an outstanding season, winning the 2023-24 FA WNL Cup and the Essex Women's Cup. Their success was built on teamwork and exceptional fitness levels.

The team covered an average distance of 7km+ per game, with forwards regularly recording top speeds in excess of 24kph. An extra special congratulations to Hashtag’s player of the season, skipper Grace Gillard.

Portsmouth Women

Promotion to the Women's Championship

Portsmouth Women secured promotion to the Women's Championship by winning the Southern Premier Division title. Their impressive season was marked by consistent high-level performances.

In equally exciting news, Portsmouth Women will become a full-time professional team ahead of the 2024/25 Championship season, a historic first for the club. Players will be offered professional contracts, and the team will benefit from increased support with full-time backroom staff, more on-pitch sessions, enhanced gym programmes, and additional off-pitch support. This transition follows the move to a semi-professional model last year and reflects significant investment from Tornante, demonstrating a strong commitment to women's football in Portsmouth.

Glenvale AFC

PDM Huws Gray WOSFL Fourth Division Champions

Glenvale AFC won their league this calendar year, showcasing their dominance in the league.

The team covered average distances of more than 6km per game, with winger Brian Connor achieving top speeds of more than 28.5kph and netting 20 goals in the process. 

Thorn Athletic

Promotion from the PDM Huws Gray WOSFL Fourth Division

Thorn Athletic secured promotion from the same league as Glenvale, highlighting their equally impressive season.

The team’s average distance covered per game was an impressive 7.5km+, with the team regularly hitting distances of more than 8km. A special shoutout goes to Thorn Athletic’s own Nathan McLelland who finished as the leagues top scorer with 32 goals on the season.

Horsham FC

Sussex Transport Senior Cup Winners

Horsham FC celebrated success by winning the Sussex Transport Senior Cup, marking a memorable season for the club.

Renfrew FC U20

PlayerData Cup 2023-24 Winners

Renfrew FC U20s had a fantastic season, winning the PlayerData Cup 2023-24. 

Cribbs FC

Third Place Finish and 16-Game Unbeaten Run

Cribbs FC had an impressive season, finishing third after just being promoted, including an incredible 16-game unbeaten run.

The team covered an incredible average distance of more than 8km per game, with standout performances from attacking midfielder Aysa Corrick, who recorded a top speed of 30.8kph. Cribbs’ ability to maintain high physical standards throughout the season was instrumental in their strong league finish.

Broxburn Athletic

East of Scotland Premier Winners and Lowland League Promotion

Broxburn Athletic were champions in the 2023-24 season, finishing ahead of title rivals Musselburgh Athletic. They secured a spot in the promotion playoffs and were victorious, earning promotion to the Lowland Football League for the 2024-25 season.

Harthill Royal

Promoted to East of Scotland Division Two

Harthill Royal secured promotion to the East of Scotland Division Two, marking a successful season.

Royal Engineers AFC

Back-to-Back League Titles

Royal Engineers AFC celebrated back-to-back league titles, showcasing their dominance and consistency.

Kinloss Eagles RFC

Back-to-Back Promotions and Titles

Kinloss Eagles RFC achieved back-to-back promotions and titles, highlighting their remarkable success in rugby.

The team’s average distance covered per game was 4km+, with standout performances from winger Josefa Navunivuai Kamanalagi Baro, who recorded a top speed of 28.7kph. Kinloss Eagles’ commitment to maintaining high physical standards was key to their continued success.

Stenhousemuir FC

League Two Champions and Promotion

Stenhousemuir FC were crowned League Two champions, securing promotion for the 2023-24 season.

Dumbarton FC

Scottish League One Promotion

Dumbarton FC secured promotion to the Scottish League One, marking a successful season for the club.

The team’s average distance covered per game was in excess of 8km, with some matches reaching more than 10km covered! Forward Finlay Gray recorded a top speed of 30.9kph in their match against The Spartans. 

Drumchapel United

West of Scotland Football League First Division Winners and Strathclyde Cup Winners

Drumchapel United had an outstanding season, winning the West of Scotland Football League First Division and the Strathclyde Cup.

Our Success is Your Success

The success stories of Maidstone United, Hashtag United Women, Portsmouth Women, Glenvale AFC, Thorn Athletic, Horsham FC, Renfrew FC U20, Cribbs FC, Broxburn Athletic, Harthill Royal, Royal Engineers AFC, Kinloss Eagles RFC, Stenhousemuir FC, Dumbarton FC, and Drumchapel United highlight the transformative impact of PlayerData’s tracking technology. By leveraging the power of data analysis, these teams have been triumphant, securing league titles, promotions, and making historic cup runs. As these teams and others celebrate their accomplishments, they inspire us with their dedication and determination to the sport, setting the stage for future seasons of even greater achievements. We can't wait to see what the season ahead will bring!