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Most club games: Lenny Hayes (StK) played his 265th game in Round Two, putting him equal with Gary Colling in fifth place on the all-time club games list. Ahead of them 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). Following them are Stephen Milne (260 games, 2001-through Round Two, 2013), Kevin Neale (256 games, 1965-77), Justin Peckett (252 games, 1992-2006) and Danny Frawley (240 games, 1984-95).
Most club games: Dean Cox (WCE) played his 253rd game in Round Two, putting him equal with Peter Matera in fourth spot on the club's all-time games list. The leaders are Glen Jakovich (276 games, 1991-2004), Guy McKenna (267 games, 1988-2000), Drew Banfield (265 games, 1993-2006). Behind them are Dean Kemp (243 games, 1990-2001), Darren Glass (244 games, 2000-Round Two, 2013), Ashley McIntosh (242 games, 1991-2003), Andrew Embley (241 games, 1999-Round Two, 2013) and Ben Cousins (238 games, 1996-2007).
Most club games: Jude Bolton (SYD) played his 303rd game for Sydney/South Melbourne, putting him equal with Michael O’Loughlin in second place on the club's all-time games list. Ahead of them are John Rantall (260 games, 1963-72; 1976-79), Ryan O’Keefe (259 games, 2000-through Round Two, 2013), Mark Browning (251 games, 1975-87), Stephen Wright (246 games, 1979-92), Mark Bayes (246 games, 1985-98), Daryn Cresswell (244 games, 1992-2003) and Brett Kirk (241 games, 1999-2010).
150 games: Scott Pendlebury (COL)
150 club games: Ted Richards (SYD)
100 games: Brad Ebert (PA)
100 games: Ivan Maric (RICH)
50 games coached: Chris Scott (GEEL)
Patrick Keane, AFL Media Release
Article last changed on Thursday, April 11, 2013 - 1:23 AM EDT