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Go Figure: 100 down for Brown

Luke Brown: 100 AFL Games Before Luke Brown plays his 100th match this weekend, take a look back at a career filled with desperate chases and never ending effort

A look at milestone man Luke Brown’s first 99 games in numbers …

2012 – Brown made his AFL debut against Greater Western Sydney in Round 16, 2012

190 – The Norwood recruit was the 190th player to represent the Adelaide Football Club

99 – The reliable and durable Brown has played 96 of Adelaide’s last 99 games

2012 – The Tea Tree Gully junior won a premiership with the Redlegs in 2012

2013 – He was nominated for the Rising Star in Round 23, 2013

2013 – The 181cm defender was also recognised with the M.A Bickley Award in 2013

6 – He finished sixth in the Crows Club Champion voting in his first full AFL season (2013)

10 – Goals Brown has kicked in his career. He’s kicked two without miss this season

84.6 – The neat-kicking backman is the No. 1 rated Crow for disposal efficiency this season (84.6%)

27 – Career high disposals he recorded against Fremantle in Round Six, 2016

76 – He also boasts the best spoiling efficiency of any defender at Adelaide (76%)

2 – Brown has an unbeaten record against two teams: St Kilda and Gold Coast

7 – He applied a personal best seven tackles against Geelong in Round Eight, 2016

24 – Rebound 50ms Brown has generated so this season – ranked equal third at the Club

114 – His career-high AFL Fantasy score, recorded against Port Adelaide in Round Two, 2016

27.8 – Brown has lost only 27.8 per cent of his defensive one-on-one contests this year