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by Lisa Albergo reporting for AFANA from Chicago

250 games: Brad Green (MELB) became the eighth player in Melbourne's history to reach 250 games. The most games for Melbourne in club history are David Neitz (306 games, 1993-2008), Robert Flower (272 games, 1973-87), Adem Yze (271 games, 1995-2008), Jim Stynes (264 games, 1987-98), Steven Febey (258 games, 1988-2001), Brian Dixon (252 games, 1954-68), James McDonald (251 games, 1997-2010), Brad Green (250 games, 2000-current), Jeff White (236 games, 1998-2008) and Brett Lovett (235 games, 1986-97).

250 games: Joel Corey (GEEL) is the ninth player in Geelong's history to play 250 games. The most games for the Geelong Cats in club history are Ian Nankervis (325 games, 1967-83), John "Sam" Newman (300 games, 1964-80), Darren Milburn (292 games, 1997-2011), Peter Riccardi (288 games, 1992-2006), Matthew Scarlett (279 games, 1998-current), Garry Hocking (274 games, 1987-2001), Paul Couch (259 games, 1985-97), Bruce Nankervis (253 games, 1970-83), Joel Corey (250 games, 2000-current) and Bill Goggin (248 games, 1958-71).

Most Club Games: Kane Cornes (PA) tied with Peter Burgoyne with 240 games each, putting both in second place for most games with the Power. The most games for Port Adelaide in club history are Warren Tredrea (255 games, 1997-2010), Peter Burgoyne (240 games, 1997-2009), Kane Cornes (240 games, 2001-current), Chad Cornes (239 games, 1999-2011), Brendon Lade (234 games, 1997-2009), Domenic Cassisi (197 games, 2002-current), Michael Wilson (192 games, 1997-2008), Stuart Dew (180 games, 1997-2006), Dean Brogan (174 games, 2001-11) and Gavin Wanganeen (173 games, 1997-2006).

200 games: Brendon Goddard (St K)
150 games: Andrew Carazzo (CARL)
150 club games: Jason Gram (St K)
100 games: Jarrod Harbrow (GC)
100 games: Tom Logan (PA)
100 games: Cyril Rioli (HAW)
50 games: Matthew Broadbent (PA)
50 games: Rory Sloane (ADE)

Source: Patrick Keane, AFL Media Release

Article last changed on Tuesday, July 31, 2012 - 9:24 AM EDT


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