Monday, 22 April 2013

Stat My Bitch Up

Players to hold a career winning record in games for the MFC during "the dark ages", and the rounds in which they had it. Wins from before 2007 count towards their career record.

Rohan Bail
Round 18 2010 to Round 21 2010
Round 4 2011 to Round 5 2011
Round 7 2011 to Round 8 2011

Clint Bartram
Round 1 2007 to Round 5 2008
 
Matthew Bate
Round 1 2007 to Round 6 2007

Daniel Bell
Round 1 2007 to Round 7 2007

Jace Bode
Round 19 2007 to Round 20 2007

Cameron Bruce
Round 1 2007 to Round 5 2007

Simon Buckley
Round 14 2007 to Round 15 2007

Aaron Davey
Round 1 2007 to Round 3 2008

Lynden Dunn
Round 5 2007 to Round 8 2007

James Frawley
Round 11 2007 to Round 12 2007
Round 14 2007 to Round 15 2007

Max Gawn
Round 11 2011 to Round 12 2011
Round 13 2011 to Round 20 2011
Round 4 2013 to ?

Brad Green
Round 1 2007 to Round 9 2007
Round 10 2007 to Round 13 2007

Ben Holland
R1 2007 - retirement (final record 34-1-31)

Jeremy Howe
Round 11 2011 to Round 12 2011
Round 13 2011 to Round 19 2011

Travis Johnstone
Round 1 2007 to Round 5 2007

Joel Macdonald
Round 19 2010 to Round 20 2010

Stefan Martin
Round 14 2008 to Round 15 2008

Tom McDonald
Round 23 2011 to Round 24 2011

Brock McLean
Round 1 2007 to Round 2 2008

Brent Moloney
Round 1 2007 to Round 2 2007

Daniel Nicholson
Round 13 2011 to Round 19 2011

Byron Pickett
R5 2007 - retirement (final record 15-1-13)

Jared Rivers
Round 2 2007 to Round 5 2008

Russell Robertson
Round 1 2007 to Round 9 2007
Round 10 2007 to Round 13 2007
Round 14 2007 to Round 15 2007

Tom Scully
Round 4 2010 to Round 5 2010

Colin Sylvia
Round 4 2007 - Round 6 2007

Luke Tapscott
Round 4 2011 to Round 5 2011
Round 6 2011 to Round 7 2011

Jack Trengove
Round 4 2010 to Round 5 2010

Paul Wheatley
Round 2 2007 to Round 1 2008

Matthew Whelan
Round 1 2007 to Round 4 2007

Jeff White
Round 1 2007 to Round 2007

2 comments:

  1. So Gawn is our only current player who has been in more wins than losses.

    Well that simplifies thing. Via an extended leap of logic, that *obviously* makes him our best/most important player.

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