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Go Figure: Mackay's milestone

April 26, 2016 3:56 PM

AFL 2014 Rd 10 - Carlton v Adelaide

David Mackay of the Crows celebrates a goal during the 2014 AFL Round 10 match between Carlton Blues and the Adelaide Crows at Etihad Stadium, Melbourne on May 25, 2014. (Photo: Michael Willson/AFL Media)

A statistical look at David Mackay’s career ahead of his 150th game against Fremantle on Saturday …

48 – Mackay was recruited with a third-round selection (No.48 overall) in the 2006 National Draft.

2008 – The Oakleigh Chargers junior made his AFL debut as a 19-year-old against the Western Bulldogs in Round One, 2008. He won the Mark Bickley Award in his debut AFL season.

14 – Mackay will become the first Crow to play 150 games in jumper No.14. Premiership midfielder Matthew Connell came closest, notching up 96 games for Adelaide in the No.14.

21 – He will become the 21st player to reach 150 games at West Lakes. Only Scott Thompson, Eddie Betts, Nathan van Berlo and Richard Douglas have played more games than Mackay in the current Crows squad.

30 – Mackay has collected a career-high 30 possessions on two occasions; against Collingwood in the 2009 Semi Final and in Adelaide’s Round Eight win over the Brisbane Lions in ’09.

45 – Career goals the wingman has kicked.

65 – Known for his dashing run, Mackay had 65 running bounces in 2009 - the equal-third most by a Crow in a single AFL season.

11 – Mackay had 11 bounces against the Sydney Swans in Round Two, 2010. It’s the second-most bounces by a Crow in a single match.

13 – Mackay ranks equal-second for the most tackles recorded by a Crow in a single match with 13 from last year’s wet-weather duel with Melbourne in Round Three. Scott Thompson holds the overall Club record (14).

23 – Mackay ranks equal first for inside 50ms at Adelaide this season with 23.

5 – He ranks fifth at the Club for inside 50ms (381) since 2009.

18.2 – In a slightly different role, Mackay is averaging 18.2 possessions this season – his highest average since 2010.