View Poll Results: Select TWO Non-Key Position Backs

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  • Andrew McKay

    0 0%
  • Andrew McLeod

    9 60.00%
  • Byron Pickett

    0 0%
  • Chris Johnson

    2 13.33%
  • Darren Milburn

    0 0%
  • Darryl White

    0 0%
  • David King

    0 0%
  • David Wirrpanda

    1 6.67%
  • Gavin Wanganeen

    4 26.67%
  • Glenn Archer

    10 66.67%
  • James Clement

    1 6.67%
  • Leo Barry

    1 6.67%
  • Luke Hodge

    1 6.67%
  • Martin Pike

    1 6.67%
  • Tadgh Kennally

    0 0%
  • Tom Harley

    0 0%
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Thread: AFL 1997-Present: Non-key Backs

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    AFL 1997-Present: Non-key Backs

    This category is an absolute ****-fight. Some amazing players are going to miss out on selection in this category. Select just TWO at this stage.

    Non-Key Backs
    1. Andrew McKay. Carlton. 1993-2003
    244 games. 16.2 disposals per match. Premiership 1995. All Australian 1993, 1999, 2000, 2001. Carlton B&F 2003.

    2. Andrew McLeod. Adelaide. 1995-Present
    316 games. 19.7 disposals per match. Twice Premiership (1997, 1998). Twice Norm Smith (1997, 1998), Four time All Australian (1998, 2001, 2006, 2007). Adelaide B&F (1997)

    3. Byron Pickett. North Melbourne/Port Adelaide/Melbourne 1997-2007
    204 games. 12.6 disposals per match. Twice Premiership (1999, 2004). Norm Smith (2004). All Australian 1999.

    4. Chris Johnson. Fitzroy/Brisbane. 1994-2007
    264 games. 13.7 disposals per match. Three Premierships (2001, 02, 03). Holds record for most Irishmen punched in a game by an AFL footballer.

    5. Darren Milburn. Geelong. 1997-Present
    245 games. 18.3 disposals per match. Premiership 2007. All Australian 2007.

    6. Darryl White. Brisbane 1992-2005.
    268 games. 13.1 disposals per match. Three Premierships (2001, 02, 03).

    7. David King. North Melbourne 1994-2004.
    241 games. 16.9 disposals per match. Two Premierships (1996, 1999). Twice All Australian (1997, 1998)

    8. David Wirrpanda. West Coast. 1996-Present
    218 games. 16.5 disposals per match. Premiership (2006). All Australian (2005).

    9. Gavin Wanganeen. Essendon/Port Adelaide. 1991-2006
    300 games. 16.8 disposals per match. Two Premierships (1993, 2004). Brownlow (1993). Five time All Australian (1992, 1993, 1995, 2001, 2003). First Aboriginal player to play 300 games.

    10. Glenn Archer. Kangaroos. 1992-2007
    311 games. 13.1 disposals per match. Two Premierships (1996, 1999). Norm Smith (1996). All Australian (1996, 1998, 2002). Won the ALFPA’s Most Courageous Player award 6 times (a record) in 9 years.

    11. James Clement. Fremantle/Collingwood. 1996-2007.
    230 games. 13.9 disposals per match. Twice All Australian (2004, 2005). Twice Collingwood B&F (2004, 2005).

    12. Leo Barry. Sydney. 1995-2008
    234 games. 12.8 disposals per match. Premiership (2005). Twice All Australian (2004, 2005).

    13. Luke Hodge Hawthorn. 2002-Present
    141 games. 20.9 disposals per match. Premiership (2008). Norm Smith (2008). Twice All Australian (2005, 2008). Hawthorn B&F (2005)

    14. Martin Pike. Melbourne/Fitzroy/North Melbourne/Brisbane. 1993-2005.
    247 games. 14.2 disposals per match. 4 Premierships (1999, 2001, 2002, 2003). Fitzroy B&F (1996).

    15. Taegh Kennally. Sydney. 2001-2008
    158 games. 15 disposals per match. 1 Premiership (2005).

    16. Tom Harley. Port Adelaide/Geelong. 1998-Present
    188 games. 12.4 disposals per match. 1 Premiership (2007). All Australian (2008).
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    Don't see how you can go past Andrew McLeod or Gavin Wanganeen, and yet can't believe I'm not voting for Glenn Archer, or slightly more indulgently Jimmy Clement.

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    McLeod and Archer,
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    McLeod and Archer.

    Wanganeen is stiff obviously, but his record isn't that better than Archer's, and with McLeod in the team, I think we'd need a harder body than the rubber man.
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    Seeing as Macleod/Wanganeen are basically certainties, I'm giving Chris Johnson my bias vote
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jono View Post
    McLeod and Archer.

    Wanganeen is stiff obviously, but his record isn't that better than Archer's, and with McLeod in the team, I think we'd need a harder body than the rubber man.
    Agree with Augustus Caesar.

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    Archer and Wanganeen personally. McLeod is obv brilliant as a dashing half-back but Wanganeen has the edge over him defensively and I'd rather him in an aerial contest against a small forward than McLeod.

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    McLeod, and Archer just over McKay.

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