by Lisa Albergo reporting for AFANA from Chicago
300 games: Luke Power (GWS) is the 66th player in the game’s history to reach 300 games. His former Brisbane teammate Simon Black reached the milestone earlier this season. Power was a member of the "Fab Four" Brisbane midfield and played in all three of their Premiership wins. He played 282 games with the Lions 1998-2011 and was co-captain in 2007-08.
Most Games, WA-based player: Matthew Pavlich (FREM) played his 276th game in Round 21, putting him equal with Eagle Glen Jakovich for the most AFL games by a player with a WA club.
Most Club Games: Stephen Milne (StK) played his 256th game for St Kilda in Round 21, putting him equal with Kevin Neale in seventh spot on the all-time club list. The most games for St Kilda in club history are Robert Harvey (383 games, 1988-2008), Nathan Burke (323 games, 1987-2003), Stewart Loewe (321 games, 1986-2002), Barry Breen (300 games, 1965-82), Gary Colling (265 games, 1968-81), Lenny Hayes (260 games, 1999-current), Kevin Neale (256 games, 1965-77), Stephen Milne (256 games, 2001-current), Justin Peckett (252 games, 1992-2006) and Danny Frawley (240 games, 1984-95).
Most Club Games: Darren Glass (WCE) played his 238th game for West Coast in Round 21, putting him equal with Ben Cousins in eighth spot on the all-time club list. The most games for West Coast in club history are Glen Jakovich (276 games, 1991-2004), Guy McKenna (267 games, 1988-2000), Drew Banfield (265 games, 1993-2006), Peter Matera (253 games, 1990-2002), Dean Cox (246 games, 2001-current), Dean Kemp (243 games, 1990-2001), Ashley McIntosh (242 games, 1991-2003), Ben Cousins (238 games, 1997-2007), Darren Glass (237 games, 2000-current) and Andrew Embley (234 games, 1999-current).
Source: Patrick Keane, AFL Media Release, AFL Record Season Guide
Article last changed on Thursday, August 23, 2012 - 8:50 AM EDT