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by Lisa Albergo reporting for AFANA from Chicago

Most club games: Nick Dal Santo (StK) will play his 256th game in Round 19, putting him equal with Kevin Neale in eighth place on the club's all time 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), Lenny Hayes (273 games, 1999-current), Stephen Milne (272 games through Round 19) and Gary Colling (265 games, 1968-81).

Career Wins: Dustin Fletcher (ESS) has played in 222 career wins for Essendon. The next Bomber win with him in the side will put him equal with Simon Madden in fourth place for most wins in League history. Ahead of them are Michael Tuck (302 wins from 426 games), Kevin Bartlett (260 wins from 403 games) and Bruce Doull (238 wins from 356 games).

Twins, Combined Games: Nathan Brown (COL 84 games) and Mitch Brown (WCE, 65 games) will become the 12th set of twins in the game’s history to reach a combined 150 games in Round 19. Ahead of them are Wakelin (513 games for Shane and Darryl), Febey (401 games for Steven and Matthew), Scott (383 games for Chris and Brad), Selwood (261 games for Adam and Troy), Lonie (227 games for Nathan and Ryan), Naismith (211 games for Charlie and Wally), Lord (196 games for Alistair and Stewart), Clay (188 games for Bert and Ivor), Lockwood (167 games for Teddy and George), Richardson (157 games for Michael and Stephen) and Atkins (151 games for Simon and Paul).

100 consecutive games: Josh Kennedy (SYD) has played 100 consecutive games for Hawthorn and the Sydney Swans since Round 14, 2009. His current streak of consecutive games is behind only Brett Deledio (132 consecutive games for Richmond since Round 18, 2007) and the now-injured Andrew Swallow (106 consecutive games for North Melbourne since Round 1, 2009).

250 games: Brent Guerra (HAW)
200 games: Justin Koschitzke (StK)*
150 games: Brent Staker (BRIS)
50 games: Luke Parker (SYD)
50 games: Brodie Smith (ADE)
50 games: Daniel Talia (ADE)

*the next time he is selected, currently playing in the VFL

Source: Patrick Keane, AFL Media Release, ed. note

Article last changed on Thursday, August 01, 2013 - 10:05 AM EDT

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