I dont want you to find the ratings, I was making a point. You've averaged fox ratings where the NRL have 5 exclusive games to the AFL's none, and no games shown concurrently to the AFL's 8. What were you expecting the average fox ratings to show?Terry wrote: ↑Wed May 22, 2019 11:59 amGet of ya arse and do it yaself pal!!!!!! I'm not ya secretary. But I'll tell ya what it does show - if the NRL had just oneFTA game on Saturday night they would slaughter the AFL in perpetuity. But you know......schedule.......but.....maybe.........coulda........shoulda!NlolRL wrote: ↑Wed May 22, 2019 11:41 amCan you give us a total ratings figure for each Saturday for both codes? I suspect the AFL will average well over 236kTerry wrote: ↑Wed May 22, 2019 11:25 am I've had a quick look at the last rounds Fox ratings.
AFL: 9 games total 1246k. Average 138k
NRL: 8 games total 1887k. Average 236k. (Note - NZ numbers are at least an added 200k)
An almighty thrashing suffered by the fumbling game!
A quick look at the FTA numbers shows continued poor numbers for AFL but very strong numbers for Australia's reigning top rating game RL!!!
If I get a bit of time I'll check further into the FTA ratings.
Ignoring of course that the AFL have FTA and NRL are only on Fox. That comparison makes about as much sense as yours you twit.
All in all your fumbling game have had a very poor week.
As for the NRL having 1 FTA game on Saturday night, they did in the finals and the AFL won every single time.
And if the AFL had an average week what does that say about the NRL who again couldnt get a game over 1mil
Our best rating games are beating yours every single week. In fact you haven't had a higher rating comparative game since some time mid last year