Who's The Fastest Player At Your Club?

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Who's The Fastest Player At Your Club?

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Yesterday we discovered Gary Rohan was the quickest player in the AFL this season.

It's a reasonable feat, considering his severe broken leg a few years back.

But who takes the honours at each club?

There's a few that aren't so surprising. Anthony McDonald-Tipungwuti takes it home for the Bombers, having just missed out on the competition-wide top 10.

And there are some that are. Big men Justin Westhoff and Darcy Moore have clocked the highest speeds for Port Adelaide and Collingwood, respectively.

Heath Shaw also looks to have taken home the title for GWS, beating out all the youngsters.

Who's the fastest player at your club?

Source: AFL live app. Based on highest speed reached in-game.

Adelaide: Charlie Cameron - 34.6 kilometres per hour

Brisbane: Dayne Zorko - 34.0 kilometres per hour

Carlton: Ed Curnow - 33.9 kilometres per hour

Collingwood: Darcy Moore - 34.4 kilometres per hour

Essendon: Anthony McDonald-Tipungwuti - 34.5 kilometres per hour

Fremantle: Lachie Weller - 34.3 kilometres per hour

Geelong: Daniel Menzel/Harry Taylor - 34.6 kilometres per hour

Gold Coast: Adam Saad - 34.1 kilometres per hour

GWS: Heath Shaw - 34.5 kilometres per hour

Hawthorn: James Sicily - 34.2 kilometres per hour

Melbourne: Jayden Hunt - 34.7 kilometres per hour

North Melbourne: Kayne Turner - 34.6 kilometres per hour

Port Adelaide: Justin Westhoff - 34.4 kilometres per hour

Richmond: Connor Menadue - 35.0 kilometres per hour

St Kilda: Tim Membrey - 33.4 kilometres per hour

Sydney: Gary Rohan - 35.3 kilometres per hour

West Coast: Elliot Yeo - 34.2 kilometres per hour

(Note: the Western Bulldogs have previously neglected to share GPS data)

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