Nick Riewoldt is the new holder of Queensland AFL games record.
Riewoldt played his 326th game for St.Kilda on Saturday to surpass the previous mark of 325, which stood to the credit of Jason Akermanis.
The 34-year-old Gold Coaster heads a star-studded top 10 on the Queensland AFL Honour Board.
Marcus Ashcroft (318) is third from Michael Voss (289), Jason Dunstall (269), Gavin Crosisca (246), Mal Michael (238), David Hale (237), Max Hudghton (234), and Scott McIvor and Daniel Merrett (each 200).
Riewoldt also features among the Queensland leaders for AFL goals, possessions and wins.
With 703 goals he ranks second to Dunstall (1254) and is ahead of Akermanis (421), Kurt Tippett (320), Voss (245), Hale (217), Che Cockatoo-Collins (215), Mitch Hahn (164), Jesse White (148) and Ashcroft (145).
He’s fourth on the all-time Queensland possession count with 5460 behind Voss (6143), Akermanis (5868), Ashcroft (5848) and ahead of Crosisca (3951), McIvor (3639), Jarrod Harbrow (3641), Dayne Beams (3350), Sam Gilbert (3143) and David Armitage (2988).
And he’s fourth on the wins list with 162 behind Akermanis (197), Dunstall (177) and Voss (167) and ahead of Ashcroft (153), Hale (138), Michael (124), Hudghton (110) and Gilbert (106).
Riewoldt also this season has moved to outright second on the all-time St.Kilda games list this season, surpassing Nathan Burke (323) to sit behind only Robert Harvey (383).
He’s third on the all-time St.Kilda goal-kicking list behind Tony Lockett (898) and Bill Mohr (735).
By Peter Blucher