Which Players Have Spent The Most Time On Ground In 2017?

Club-by-club

Which Players Have Spent The Most Time On Ground In 2017?

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Tall timber at both ends of the ground dominates the list of players that have spent the most time on the park in 2017.

With the exception of Eddie Betts and Jeremy Howe, almost every player that has played the most minutes for each club is a key forward or defender.

In fact, out of the AFL's top 9, Tom Scully is the only player under 193cm in height.

Here is the breakdown:

Club-By-Club, Highest % Time On Ground (Min. 8 Games)

Adelaide - E. Betts (89.3%)

Brisbane Lions - H. Andrews (95.4)

Carlton - S. Rowe (98.5)

Collingwood - J. Howe (93.3)

Essendon - M. Hurley, J. Daniher (91.6)

Fremantle - J. Hamling (96.0)

Geelong - T. Hawkins (92.3)

Gold Coast - T. Lynch (96.6)

GWS - A. Tomlinson (95.8)

Hawthorn - J. Gibson (95.0)

Melbourne - T. McDonald (92.6)

North Melbourne - R. Tarrant (90.6)

Port Adelaide - T. Jonas (95.3)

Richmond - A. Rance (96.4)

St Kilda - J. Carlisle (91.9)

Sydney - L. Franklin (92.5)

West Coast - J. Kennedy (97.4)

Western Bulldogs - F. Roberts (96.0)

AFL Top 10, Highest % Time On Ground (Min. 8 Games)

1. S. Rowe, Carlton (98.5%)

2. J. Kennedy, West Coast (97.4)

3. T. Lynch, Gold Coast (96.6)

4. A. Rance, Richmond (96.4)

5. F. Roberts, Western Bulldogs (96.0)

5. J. Hamling, Fremantle (96.0)

7. A. Tomlinson, GWS (95.8)

8. T. Scully, GWS (95.6)

9. H. Andrews, Brisbane Lions (95.4)

10. T. Jonas, Port Adelaide (95.3)

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