by Lisa Albergo reporting for AFANA from Chicago
Milestones for Round 16 include:
200 games: Justin Koschitzke (StK) and Luke Ball (COL)
150 games: Colin Sylvia (MELB), Joel Selwood (GEEL) and Nathan Jones (MELB)
100 games: Steele Sidebottom (COLL), Matthew Kreuzer (CARL), Craig Bird (SYD), Trent Cotchin (RICH), Stephen Hill (FREM) and Liam Picken (WB)
50 games: Jordan Roughead (WB), Jeremy Howe (MELB), Levi Greenwood (NM) and Trent McKenzie (GC)
50 club games: Jarrod Harbrow and Jared Brennan (GC)
Most Career Games: Dustin Fletcher (ESS) will play his 375th game in Round 16, putting him equal fifth with Craig Bradley on the AFL games list. Ahead of them are: Michael Tuck (HAW, 426 games), Kevin Bartlett (RICH, 403 games), Robert Harvey (StK, 383 games) and Simon Madden (ESS, 378 games). Behind Fletcher and Bradley are Bernie Quinlan (FOOT, FITZ, 366 games), Brad Johnson (WB, 364 games), John Blakey (FITZ, NM, 359 games), Bruce Doull (CARL, 356 games), Paul Roos (FITZ, SYD, 356 games), Brent Harvey (NM, 354 games), Doug Hawkins (FOOT, FITZ, 350 games), Chris Grant (WB, 341 games), Andrew McLeod (ADEL, 340 games), John Rantall (South Melbourne, NM, FITZ, 336 games), David Cloke (RICH, COLL, 333 games), Kevin Murray (FITZ, 333 games), Justin Madden (ESS, CARL, 332 games), Leigh Matthews (HAW, 332 games), Adam Goodes* (SYD, 331 games).
*Adam Goodes tally is through Round 13 as he is currently out with a knee injury and will not return for at least six weeks.
Most Club Games: Corey Enright (GEEL) will play his 259th game in Round 16, putting him equal with Paul Couch on the club's games list. Ahead of them for the Cats are Ian Nankervis (325 games), John "Sam" Newman (300 games), Darren Milburn (292 games), Peter Riccardi (288 games), Matthew Scarlett (284 games), Garry Hocking (274 games) and Joel Corey (266 games). Behind them is Bruce Nankervis (253 games).
Most Club Games as Captain: Jonathan Brown (BRIS) will captain the Lions for the 125th time in Round 16, equaling Roger Merrett. Ahead of them is current coach Michael Voss (210 games). They are followed by Alistair Lynch (77 games). Lynch shared the captaincy with Michael Voss.
Source: Patrick Keane, AFL Media Release, ed. notes
Article last changed on Tuesday, July 09, 2013 - 5:16 AM EDT