Who's Leading The League In Metres Gained?

There's been a big shake-up.

Who's Leading The League In Metres Gained?

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Last year Patrick Dangerfield was the clear leader in metres gained.

This year? Not so much.

Dangerfield has slipped way, way down the rankings, all the way to equal 57th alongside Brisbane's Tom Rockliff, and fourth at Geelong behind Joel Selwood, Mitch Duncan and Zach Tuohy.

A change in role has seen Danger kick less and handball more, meaning he's fallen completely off the map in terms of gaining territory - 

So who's overtaken Dangerfield as the king of metres gained?

Who's leading the league in metres gained? (as of round five)

1. Dustin Martin (Richmond) - 3,254 (650.8 per game)

2. Zach Merrett (Essendon) - 3,111 (622.2)

3. Brodie Smith (Adelaide) - 2,854 (570.8)

4. Dayne Zorko (Brisbane) - 2,846 (569.4)

5. Jayden Hunt (Melbourne) - 2,620 (524.0)

6. Aaron Hall (Gold Coast) - 2,604 (520.8)

7. Isaac Smith (Hawthorn) - 2,581 (516.2)

8. Jake Lloyd (Sydney) - 2,549 (509.8)

9. Sam Docherty (Carlton) - 2,471 (494.2)

10. Matt Suckling (Western Bulldogs) - 2,459 (491.8)

Who's leading your club in metres gained?

Adelaide: Brodie Smith - 2,854 (570.8)

Brisbane: Dayne Zorko - 2,846 (569.4)

Carlton: Sam Docherty - 2,471 (494.2)

Collingwood: Adam Treloar - 2,229 (445.8)

Essendon: Zach Merrett - 3,111 (622.2)

Fremantle: Stephen Hill - 2,443 (488.8)

Geelong: Joel Selwood - 2,405 (481.2)

Gold Coast: Aaron Hall - 2,604 (520.8)

GWS Giants: Heath Shaw - 2,209 (441.8)

Hawthorn: Isaac Smith - 2,581 (516.2)

Melbourne: Jayden Hunt - 2,620 (524.0)

North Melbourne: Jamie Macmillan - 2,309 (461.8)

Port Adelaide: Ollie Wines - 2,230 (446.0)

Richmond: Dustin Martin - 3,254 (650.8)

St Kilda: Dylan Roberton - 2,439 (487.8)

Sydney: Jake Lloyd - 2,549 (509.8)

West Coast: Andrew Gaff - 2,346 (469.4)

Western Bulldogs: Matt Suckling - 2,459 (491.8)

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