16/04/2024
Milestone matches are always anticipated among clubs and fans, with some of the best players celebrating a significant point in their career.

Milestone matches are always anticipated among clubs and fans, with some of the best players celebrating a significant point in their career.

The Swans’ Josh Kennedy is on track to record his 300th game just one round before his Eagles’ namesake, while inspirational leaders Joel Selwood and Scott Pendlebury can notch up their 350th games in 2022.

To help you keep up with every milestone match and when to expect your favourite players to play their special game, The Inner Sanctum has compiled a list for you.

All rounds for when the milestone will be reached have been assumed should the player play every game in 2022 prior to the anticipated date of the milestone match. Milestone matches that could have been played during the finals series, should a player have played every game prior have been excluded from the list.

Adelaide Crows

Rory Sloane 250 games, Round 22, vs North Melbourne Kangaroos (229 games played)

Rory Laird – 200 games, Round 19, vs Sydney Swans (182 games played)

Luke Brown 200 games, Round 23 vs Port Adelaide Power (178 games played)

Paul Seedsman 150 games, Round 19 vs Sydney Swans (132 games played)
(49 played with Collingwood)

Darcy Fogarty – 50 games, Round 9 vs Brisbane Lions (41 games played)

Chayce Jones – 50 games, Round 12 vs West Coast Eagles (38 games played)

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Brisbane Lions

Daniel Rich – 250 games, Round 4 vs Geelong Cats (246 games played)

Mitch Robinson – 250 games, Round 19 vs Gold Coast Suns (232 games played)
(100 played with Carlton)

Lachie Neale – 200 games, Round 5 vs Collingwood Magpies (195 games played)
(135 played with Fremantle)

Daniel McStay – 150 games, Round 11 vs GWS Giants (139 games played)

Harris Andrews – 150 games, Round 15 vs Melbourne Demons (136 games played)

Darcy Gardiner – 150 games, Round 18 vs GWS Giants (133 games played)

Joe Daniher – 150 games, Round 19 vs Gold Coast Suns (132 games played)
(108 played with Essendon)

Lincoln McCarthy – 100 games, Round 6 vs Gold Coast Suns  (94 games played)
(29 played with Gold Coast)

Jarrod Berry – 100 games, Round 16 vs Western Bulldogs (85 games played)

Callum Ah Chee – 100 games, Round 17 vs Essendon Bombers (84 games played)
(45 played with Gold Coast)

Oscar McInerney –  100 games, Round 22 vs St Kilda Saints (79 games played)

Brandon Starcevich – 50 games, Round 3 vs North Melbourne Kangaroos (47 games played)

Nakia Cockatoo –  50 games, Round 9 vs Adelaide Crows (41 games played)
(34 played with Geelong)

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Carlton Blues

Jack Newnes – 200 games, Round 9 vs GWS Giants (191 games played)
(155 played with St Kilda)

Patrick Cripps – 150 games, Round 13 vs Essendon Bombers (138 games played)

Adam Saad –  150 games, Round 20 vs Adelaide Crows (131 games played)
(61 played with Essendon, 48 played with Gold Coast)

Lachie Plowman – 150 games, Round 22 vs Melbourne Demons (129 games played)
(20 played with GWS Giants)

Oscar McDonald – 100 games, Round 17 vs West Coast Eagles (84 games played)
(81 played with Melbourne)

Mitch McGovern – 100 games, Round 20 vs Adelaide Crows (81 games played)
(48 played with Adelaide)

Jack Silvagni – 100 games, Round 23 vs Collingwood Magpies (78 games played)

Will Setterfield – 50 games, Round 6 vs Fremantle Dockers (44 games played)

Tom Williamson – 50 games, Round 7 vs North Melbourne Kangaroos (43 games played)

Lochie O’Brien – 50 games, Round 9 vs GWS Giants (41 games played)

David Cuningham – 50 games, Round 9 vs GWS Giants (41 games played)

Lachie Fogarty – 50 games, Round 10 vs Sydney Swans (40 games played)
(23 played with Geelong)

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Collingwood Magpies

Scott Pendlebury – 350 games, Round 17 vs North Melbourne Kangaroos (334 games played)

Jeremy Howe – 200 games, Round 5 vs Brisbane Lions (195 games played)
(100 played with Melbourne)

Brayden Maynard – 150 games, Round 12 vs Hawthorn Hawks (138 games played)

Jamie Elliott – 150 games, Round 15 vs GWS Giants (136 games played)

Brody Mihocek – 100 games, Round 22 vs Sydney Swans (79 games played)

John Noble – 50 games, Round 6 vs Essendon Bombers (44 games played)

Jack Madgen – 50 games, Round 10 vs Fremantle Dockers (40 games played)

Isaac Quaynor – 50 games, Round 16 vs Gold Coast Suns (35 games played)

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Essendon Bombers

Dyson Heppell – 200 games, Round 9 vs Sydney Swans (191 games played)

Dylan Shiel – 200 games, Round 21 vs GWS Giants (180 games played)
(135 played with GWS)

Kyle Langford – 100 games, Round 2 vs Brisbane Lions (98 games played)

Andrew McGrath – 100 games, Round 7 vs Western Bulldogs (93 games played)

Tom Cutler – 100 games, Round 14 vs St Kilda Saints (87 games played)
(66 played with Brisbane)

Peter Wright – 100 games, Round 14 vs St Kilda Saints (87 games played)
(66 played with Gold Coast)

Jordan Ridley – 50 games, Round 2 vs Brisbane Lions (48 games played)

Nick Hind – 50 games, Round 7 vs Western Bulldogs (43 games played)
(21 played with St Kilda)

Will Snelling – 50 games, Round 8 vs Hawthorn Hawks (42 games played)
(One played with Hawthorn)

Brayden Ham – 50 games, Round 17 vs Brisbane Lions (34 games played)

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Fremantle Dockers

Michael Walters – 200 games, Round 20 vs Melbourne Demons (181 games played)

Nathan Wilson – 150 games, Round 1 vs Adelaide Crows (149 games played)
(77 played with GWS)

Travis Colyer – 150 games, Round 23 vs GWS Giants (128 games played)
(87 played with Essendon)

Darcy Tucker – 100 games, Round 6 vs Carlton Blues (94 games played)

Joel Hamling – 100 games, Round 15 vs Carlton Blues (86 games played)
(23 played with the Western Bulldogs)

Luke Ryan – 100 games, Round 16 vs Port Adelaide Power (85 games played)

Connor Blakely – 100 games, Round 23 vs GWS Giants (78 games played)

Griffin Logue – 50 games, Round 6 vs Carlton Blues (44 games played)

Lachie Schultz – 50 games, Round 6 vs Carlton Blues (44 games played)

Mitch Crowden – 50 games, Round 10 vs Collingwood Magpies (40 games played)

Bailey Banfield – 50 games, Round 12 vs Brisbane Lions (38 games played)

Caleb Serong – 50 games, Round 15 vs Carlton Blues (36 games played)

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Geelong Cats

Joel Selwood – 350 games, Round 17 vs Melbourne Demons (334 games played)

Patrick Dangerfield – 300 games, Round 16 vs North Melbourne Kangaroos (285 games played)
(154 played with Adelaide)

Mitch Duncan – 250 games, Round 15 vs Richmond Tigers (236 games played)

Isaac Smith – 250 games, Round 17 vs Adelaide Crows (234 games played)
(210 played with Hawthorn)

Jeremy Cameron – 200 games, Round 15 vs Richmond Tigers (186 games played)
(171 played with GWS)

Jake Kolodjashnij – 150 games, Round 19 vs Port Adelaide Power (132 games played)

Jed Bews – 150 games, Round 23 vs West Coast Eagles (128 games played)

Jack Henry – 100 games, Round 10 vs Port Adelaide (90 games played)

Brandon Parfitt – 100 games, Round 5 vs Melbourne Demons (95 games played)

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Gold Coast Suns

Sam Day – 150 games, Round 7 vs Collingwood Magpies (143 games played)

Touk Miller – 150 games, Round 12 vs North Melbourne Kangaroos (138 games played)

Jack Bowes – 100 games, Round 23 vs North Melbourne Kangaroos (78 games played)

Ben Ainsworth – 100 games, Finals Series (74 games played)

Oleg Markov – 50 games, Round 10 vs Western Bulldogs (40 games played)
(23 played with Richmond)

Noah Anderson – 50 games, Round 14 vs Adelaide Crows (37 games played)

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GWS Giants

Callan Ward – 250 games, Round 2 vs Richmond Tigers (248 games played)
(60 played with the Western Bulldogs)

Phil Davis – 200 games, Round 14 vs Western Bulldogs (187 games played)
(18 played with Adelaide)

Adam Kennedy – 150 games, Round 21 vs Essendon Bombers (130 games played)

Jesse Hogan – 100 games, Round 1 vs Sydney Swans (99 games played)
(19 played with Fremantle, 71 played with Melbourne)

Tim Taranto – 100 games, Round 2 vs Richmond Tigers (98 games played)

Lachlan Keeffe – 100 games, Round 22 vs Western Bulldogs (79 games played)
(40 played with Collingwood)

Lachie Ash – 50 games, Round 16 vs Hawthorn Hawks (35 games played)

Isaac Cumming – 50 games, Round 17 vs Port Adelaide Power (34 games played)

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Hawthorn Hawks

Ben McEvoy – 250 games, Round 6 vs Sydney Swans (244 games played)
(91 played with St Kilda)

Liam Shiels – 250 games, Round 8 vs  Essendon Bombers (242 games played)

Luke Breust – 250 games, Round 11 vs Gold Coast Suns (239 games played)

Chad Wingard – 200 games, Round 6 vs Sydney Swans (194 games played)
(147 played with Port Adelaide)

Jarman Impey – 150 games, Round 17 vs Adelaide Crows  (134 games played)
(75 played with Port Adelaide)

Kyle Hartigan – 150 games, Round 19 vs North Melbourne Kangaroos (132 games played)
(113 played with Adelaide)

Sam Frost – 150 games,  Round 22 vs Western Bulldogs (129 games played)
(70 played with Melbourne, 21 played with GWS)

Daniel Howe – 100 games, Round 13 vs Fremantle Dockers (87 games played)

Jack Scrimshaw – 50 games, Round 3 vs Carlton Blues (47 games played)
(Four played with Gold Coast)

Mitch Lewis – 50 games, Round 15 vs Western Bulldogs (36 games played)

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Melbourne Demons

Jake Melksham – 200 games, Round 3 vs Essendon Bombers (197 games played)
(114 played with Essendon)

Tom McDonald – 200 games, Round 7 vs Hawthorn Hawks (193 games played)

Ben Brown – 150 games, Round 7 vs Hawthorn Hawks (143 games played)
(130 played with North Melbourne)

Christian Salem – 150 games, Round 21 vs Collingwood Magpies (130 games played)

Jayden Hunt – 100 games, Round 6 vs Richmond Tigers (94 games played)

Bailey Fritsch – 100 games, Round 16 vs Adelaide Crows (85 games played)

Sam Weideman – 50 games, Round 1 vs Hawthorn Hawks (49 games played)

Kysaiah Pickett – 50 games, Round 11 vs Fremantle Dockers (39 games played)

Trent Rivers – 50 games, Round 17 vs Geelong Cats (34 games played)

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North Melbourne Kangaroos

Jack Ziebell – 250 games, Round 11 vs St Kilda (239 games played)

Jared Polec – 150 games, Round 4 vs Sydney Swans (146 games played)
(90 played with Port Adelaide, 16 played with Brisbane)

Aaron Hall – 150 games, Round 6 vs Geelong Cats (144 games played)
(103 played with Gold Coast)

Luke McDonald – 150 games, Round 13 vs GWS Giants (137 games played)

Jy Simpkin – 100 games, Round 5 vs Western Bulldogs (95 games played)

Jed Anderson – 100 games, Round 16 vs Geelong Cats (85 games played)
(10 games played with Hawthorn)

Hugh Greenwood – 100 games, Round 18 vs Richmond Tigers (83 games played)
(32 played with Gold Coast, 51 played with Adelaide)

Tarryn Thomas – 50 games, Round 3 vs Brisbane Lions (47 games played)

Ben Mckay – 50 games, Round 13 vs GWS Giants (37 games played)

Bailey Scott – 50 games, Round 17 vs Collingwood Magpies (34 games played)

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Port Adelaide Power

Ollie Wines – 200 games, Round 19 vs Geelong Cats (182 games played)

Tom Jonas – 200 games, Round 19 vs Geelong Cats (182 games played)

Trent McKenzie – 150 games, Round 11 vs  Essendon Bombers (139 games played)
(106 played with Gold Coast)

Darcy Byrne-Jones – 150 games, Round 22 vs Essendon Bombers (129 games played)

Scott Lycett – 150 games, Round 23 vs Adelaide Crows (128 games played)
(75 played with West Coast)

Ryan Burton – 100 games, Round 5 vs Carlton Blues (95 games played)
(47 played with Hawthorn)

Orazio Fantasia – 100 games, Round 5 vs Carlton Blues (95 games played)

Sam Powell-Pepper – 100 games, Round 8 vs Western Bulldogs (92 games played)

Aliir Aliir – 100 games, Round 13 vs Richmond Tigers (88 games played)

Zak Butters – 50 games, Round 2 vs Hawthorn Hawks (48 games played)

Xavier Duursma – 50 games, Round 4 vs Melbourne Demons (46 games played)

Willem Drew – 50 games, Round 17 vs GWS Giants (34 games played)

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Richmond Tigers

Shane Edwards – 300 games, Round 20 vs Brisbane Lions (281 games played)

Tom Lynch – 200 games, Round 7 vs West Coast Eagles (193 games played)
(131 played with Gold Coast)

Dylan Grimes – 200 games, Round 8 vs Collingwood Magpies (192 games played)

Kane Lambert – 150 games, Round 23 vs Essendon Bombers (128 games played)

Toby Nankervis – 100 games, Round 2 vs GWS Giants (98 games played)
(12 played with Sydney)

Nathan Broad – 100 games, Round 17 vs Gold Coast Suns (84 games played)

Noah Balta – 50 games, Round 6 vs Melbourne Demons (44 games played)

Marlion Pickett – 50 games, Round 13 vs Port Adelaide Power (38 games played)

Jake Aarts – 50 games, Round 16 vs West Coast Eagles (35 games played)

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St Kilda Saints

Bradley Hill – 200 games, Round 10 vs Adelaide Crows (190 games played)
(100 played with Hawthorn, 139 played with Melbourne)

Jack Billings – 150 games, Round 6 vs GWS Giants (144 games played)

Tim Membrey – 150 games, Round 20 vs Hawthorn Hawks (131 games played)
(One played with Sydney)

Dean Kent – 100 games, Round 2 vs Fremantle Dockers (98 games played)
(63 played with Melbourne)

Jade Gresham – 100 games, Round 5 vs Gold Coast Suns (95 games played)

Dougal Howard – 100 games, Round 16 vs Carlton Blues (85 games played)
(45 played with Port Adelaide)

Dan Butler – 100 games, Round 17 vs Fremantle Dockers (86 games played)
(45 played with Richmond)

Max King – 50 games, Round 13 vs Brisbane Lions (38 games played)

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Sydney Swans

Josh Kennedy – 300 games, Round 22 vs Collingwood Magpies (279 games played)
(13 played with Hawthorn Hawks)

Luke Parker – 250 games, Round 16 vs Essendon Bombers (235 games played)

Dane Rampe – 200 games, Round 10 vs Carlton Blues (190 games played)

Isaac Heeney – 150 games, Round 22 vs Collingwood Magpies (129 games played)

Oliver Florent – 100 games, Round 7 vs Brisbane Lions (93 games played)

Will Hayward – 100 games, Round 11 vs Richmond Tigers (89 games played)

James Rowbottom – 50 games, Round 5 vs West Coast Eagles (45 games played)

Ben Ronke – 50 games, Round 15 vs St Kilda Saints (36 games played)

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West Coast Eagles

Josh Kennedy – 300 games, Round 23 vs Geelong Cats (278 games played)
(22 played with Carlton)

Jack Redden – 250 games, Round 8 vs Brisbane Lions (242 games played)
(129 played with Brisbane)

Andrew Gaff – 250 games, Round 15 vs Essendon Bombers (236 games played)

Jack Darling – 250 games, Round 15 vs Essendon Bombers (236 games played)

Jamie Cripps – 200 games, Round 1 vs Gold Coast Suns (199 games played)
(16 played with St Kilda)

Dom Sheed – 150 games, Round 9 vs Melbourne Demons(141 games played)

Tom Barrass – 100 games, Round 1 vs Gold Coast Suns (99 games played)

Sam Petrevski-Seton – 100 games, Round 6 vs Port Adelaide Power (94 games played)
(94 played with Carlton)

Jackson Nelson – 100 games, Round 11 vs Western Bulldogs (89 games played)

Tim Kelly – 100 games, Round 16 vs Richmond Tigers  (85 games played)
(48 played with Geelong)

Tom Cole – 100 games, Round 23 vs Geelong Cats (78 games played)

Zac Langdon – 50 games, Round 2 vs North Melbourne Kangaroos (48 games played)
(25 played with GWS)

Jack Petruccelle – 50 games, Round 4 vs Richmond Tigers (46 games played)

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Western Bulldogs

Stefan Martin – 200 games, Round 1 vs Melbourne Demons (199 games played)
(133 played with Brisbane, 57 played with Melbourne)

Adam Treloar – 200 games, Round 10 vs Gold Coast Suns (190 games played)
(94 played with Collingwood, 79 played with GWS)

Jack Macrae – 200 games, Round 16 vs Brisbane Lions (185 games played)

Caleb Daniel – 150 games, Round 17 vs Sydney Swans(134 games played)

Hayden Crozier – 150 games, Round 18 vs St Kilda Saints (133 games played)
(69 played with Fremantle)

Tim O’Brien – 100 games, Round 3 vs Carlton (97 games played)

Toby McLean – 100 games, Round 6 vs Adelaide Crows (94 games played)

Josh Dunkley – 100 games, Round 7 vs Essendon Bombers (93 games played)

Bailey Dale – 100 games, Round 16 vs Brisbane Lions  (85 games played)

Bailey Williams – 100 games, Round 19 vs Melbourne Demons (82 games played)

Aaron Naughton – 100 games, Round 23 vs Hawthorn Hawks (78 games played)

Josh Schache – 50 games, Round 12 vs Geelong Cats (35 games played)

Josh Bruce – 50 games, Round 14 vs GWS Giants (37 games played)

Roarke Smith – 50 games, Round 14 vs GWS Giants (37 games played)

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