HOBART, AUSTRALIA - JUNE 03: Sam Gibson of the Kangaroos kicks the ball during the 2016 AFL Round 11 match between the North Melbourne Kangaroos and the Richmond Tigers at Blundstone Arena on June 3, 2016 in Hobart, Australia. (Photo by Michael Willson/AFL Media/Getty Images)

Which players have played the most consecutive games from debut in AFL/VFL history?

North Melbourne’s Sam Gibson plays his 100th game this weekend, with every game coming in succession from his debut. Which other players have played the most consecutive games from debut in AFL/VFL history?

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Jared Crouch (Sydney Swans) – 194 games – 1998-2006
John Murphy (Fitzroy) – 158 games – 1967-1974
Dick Taylor (Melbourne) – 127 games – 1922-29
David Mundy (Fremantle) – 124 games – 2005-10
Steven Wallis (Footscray) – 113 games – 1983-87
Jack Redden (Brisbane) – 112 games – 2009-14
Allan Woodley (Hawthorn) – 110 games – 1954-59
Shane Woewodin (Melbourne) – 107 games – 1997-2001
Ian Law (Hawthorn) – 100 games – 1960-65
Sam Gibson (North Melbourne) – 99 games – 2012-16

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