by Lisa Albergo reporting for AFANA from Chicago
100 games: Josh Hill (WCE)
100 games: Liam Picken (WB)
100 games: Michael Jamison (CARL)
50 games: Ricky Henderson (ADE)
50 games: Taylor Hunt (GEEL)
50 games: Liam Jones (WB)
50 games: Dylan Roberton (StK)
50 games: Isaac Smith (HAW)
Most Games, Brothers: the Selwoods. The next time all three brothers play, it will give the brothers a combined tally of 514 games in Round 14, putting them in eighth place for most games by brothers. For the Selwoods, the current breakdown after Round 13 is Adam* 185, Troy 75, Joel 147 and Scott* 104. The leaders are Daniher, 752 games (Terry 313, Neale 82, Tony 233, Chris 124), Madden, 710 (Simon 378, Justin 332), Morwood, 611 (Paul 170, Tony 229, Shane 212), Nankervis 578 (Ian 325, Bruce 253), Coventry, 533 (Syd 227, Gordon 306), Richardson, 518 (Wayne 277, Max 241), Ablett, 515 (Geoff 229, Kevin 38, Gary Snr 248), Wakelin, 513 (Shane 252, Darryl 261), Cornes, 512 (Chad 255, Kane 257).
*Both Scott and Adam are currently injured and will miss several weeks
Most Career Games: Adam Goodes (SYD) next game will be his 332nd match. It will put Goodes, who will miss Round 14 due to a knee injury, equal with Justin Madden and Leigh Matthews in 19th position for most games in VFL/AFL history. Ahead of them are Michael Tuck (HAW, 426 games), Kevin Bartlett (RICH, 403 games), Robert Harvey (StK, 383 games), Simon Madden (ESS, 378 games), Craig Bradley (CARL, 375 games), Dustin Fletcher (ESS, 373 games), Bernie Quinlan (Footscray/Fitzroy, 366 games), Brad Johnson (WB, 364 games), John Blakey (Fitzroy/NM, 359 games), Bruce Doull (CARL, 356 games), Paul Roos (Fitzroy/SYD Swans, 356 games), Brent Harvey (NM, 352 games), Doug Hawkins (Footscray/Fitzroy, 350 games), Chris Grant (WB, 341 games), Andrew McLeod (ADE, 340 games), John Rantall (South Melbourne/North Melbourne/Fitzroy, 336 games), David Cloke (RICH/COL, 333 games), Kevin Murray (Fitzroy, 333 games), Justin Madden (ESS/CARL, 332 games) and Leigh Matthews (HAW, 332 games).
Most Games, Rookie List Player: Dean Cox (WCE) will play his 264th game in Round 14, putting him equal with James McDonald in second place on the AFL list for most games by any player who began his career on an AFL rookie list. Ahead of them is Stephen Milne (268 games through Round 12, 2000 Rookie Draft). Behind them are Brett Kirk (241 games, 1999 Rookie Draft), Mal Michael (238 games, 1997 Rookie Draft), Darren Jolly (237 games, 2001 Rookie Draft), Michael Doughty (231 games, 2000 Rookie Draft), Russell Robertson (228 games, 1997 Rookie Draft), Tarkyn Lockyer (227 games, 1998 Rookie Draft) and Martin Mattner (222 games, 2002 Rookie Draft).
Career Wins: Dustin Fletcher (ESS) has played in 219 career wins for Essendon. The Bombers next win with him in the side will put him equal with Craig Bradley (CARL), Gordon Coventry (COL) and Leigh Matthews (HAW) in fifth place for most wins. Ahead of them are Michael Tuck (302 wins from 426 games), Kevin Bartlett (260 wins from 403 games), Bruce Doull (238 wins from 356 games) and Simon Madden (223 wins from 378 games). Behind them are Justin Madden (211 wins from 332 games) and Jack Dyer (206 wins from 312 games).
Source: Patrick Keane, AFL Media Release, ed. notes
Article last changed on Wednesday, June 26, 2013 - 6:48 AM EDT