by Lisa Albergo reporting for AFANA from Chicago
Career Wins Coached: Mick Malthouse (CARL) and Kevin Sheedy (GWS) are now tied in second place for all-time wins by a coach. Carlton's Round Five win against Adelaide and the Giants' loss to Gold Coast put both on 388 career wins, just behind Collingwood's Jock McHale (467 wins).
AFL Life Membership: Stephen Milne (StK) will qualify for AFL Life membership - should he play in Round Six - with his 300th official game since his debut in 2001, comprising 262 premiership matches, 33 preseason games and four international rules matches.
250 games: Corey Enright (GEEL) becomes the tenth player in the club’s history to reach 250 games in Round Six. Ahead of him on the club's games list are Ian Nankervis (325 games), John Newman (300 games), Darren Milburn (292 games), Peter Riccardi (288 games), Matthew Scarlett (284 games), Garry Hocking (274 games), Paul Couch (259 games), Joel Corey (258 games), Bruce Nankervis (253 games) and Corey Enright (249 games).
Most Club Games: Luke McPharlin (FREM) will be equal with Antoni Grover in fifth spot with 202 games in Round Six. Ahead of them are Matthew Pavlich (282 games), Shane Parker (238 games), Shaun McManus (228 games) and Paul Hasleby (208 games). Behind them are Aaron Sandilands (183 games), David Mundy (169 games), Peter Bell (163 games), Michael Johnson (154 games).
200 games: Jarrad McVeigh (SYD)
200 games: Ben Rutten (ADEL)
200 games: Steve Johnson (GEEL)
100 games: Tom Murphy (GC)
100 games: Chris Knights (RICH)
100 games umpired: Luke Farmer
50 games coached: Guy McKenna (GC)
50 club games: David Hale (HAW)
50 club games: Bachar Houli (RICH)
Source: Patrick Keane, AFL Media Release
Article last changed on Thursday, May 02, 2013 - 6:41 PM EDT