First, let me tell you all dealing with the stats, that I admire your work. I think it's of great importance getting this from a "lawn game" into a sport. And you have all done a great job, so far! Just great!
I dealt with the scoring sheet issue back in 2009 - 2010. I even had a dummy ready for the 2010 WC in Rone. But it never happend. We went too far in the tournament that saturday, and by the time we had finished playing in the consolation, quaterfinals where on the edge, and we where to tired to take things up, and we wanted to look at world Kubb instead, and... etc etc
Well, let me share some of my initial thoughts about my work, wich I still have left (by 2011 I found out I had by mistake throwed away nearly all material, it was mixed up with somthing else that also was regarded paper garbage).
First, to me there are four main perspective of Kubb stats:
1. Before = Gameplan
2. During = Skill level
3. Afterwards = Analysis
4. Commentator = All "...ator" perspectives (Spectator, gambling/betting etc etc)
The stats should help me ask these (and no more, keep it simple) questions
"How worried should I be if we let them have one our field kubbs left standing?"
"I want to know how they play, so we won't lost our confidence if they start with 4 of 5 base kubbs in round 1."
"Who in my team right now have the hot/cold hand?"
Afterwards: I require
Basic data for my future game plan, meaning
I think there is a point in concidering base line throws as the 3-pointer of Basketball stats, meaning don't mix it up with field goal %. The latter in kubb is all throws at kubbs from the baseline, even penalty kubbs placed on the base line. An under group of this is "points in the paint" wich in kubb will be when my team throws from a penalty line. I will need hit/miss ratio on each of the three categories and on the last two mixed together. For me, the total, including 8 meters are uninteresting because they diverse in characteristics to much.
Also important in my analysis will be the number of kubbs hit with the first baton throwed. This will tell me something about my ability to throw kubbs in. I will as well be interested in the hit/miss ratio of the baton throwed at the last standing field kubb. and I will be interested in the hit ratio on the sixth baton. Why? Because when we play, if it's 3-3 the best player/hot hand will likely throw the first and the last baton. OR the important baton to finally clean the field. We don't throw in strict order, or always three or two batons in a row.
I would of course wan't the King throw hit/miss ratio.
And finally, I wan't to know the general weather conditions during the achievement. Was it sunny, dry and calm? Or was it wet cold and windy, that tells me a lot of the difficulty built in the tour de force, and I will be able to exclude conditions not actual in my stats for the actual gameplan.
In this category lands everything else, including all probability related stats etc needed to speculate. Think Mike Breen/Jeff van Gundy or betting/gambling or just simple neerdy interest in the game. A lot of (unreflected) stat wishes comes in this category, but they often doesen't affect the game or game plan - meaning - don't let them get prio if you got loads of other work to do.
Ooh, almost forgot, two remarks for the scoring sheets. Firstly, my proposal is you should begin by thinking it all origins from the batons, and you attach the player to the baton, it's the baton that is the part of the game, not the player. Secondly you got to make room even for substitutes in a six player team (if it should be useful in Europe), I've seen up to nine players, seldom more than that.
Kubb on, ladies and gentlemen!