MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA - APRIL 24: Jack Viney of the Demons is tackled by Brandon Ellis of the Tigers during the round five AFL match between the Melbourne Demons and the Richmond Tigers at Melbourne Cricket Ground on April 24, 2016 in Melbourne, Australia. (Photo by Quinn Rooney/Getty Images)

Which players have notched up the most contested possessions in 2016?

Which players are doing the grunt work and collecting the most contested possessions after the first five rounds in season 2016?

  1. Patrick Cripps (Carlton) total: 80 average: 16
  2. Jack Viney (Melbourne) total: 79 average: 15.8
  3. Patrick Dangerfield (Geelong) total: 77  average: 15.4
  4. Josh P. Kennedy (Sydney) total: 74 average: 14.8
  5. Lachie Neale (Fremantle) total: 73 average:  14.6
  6. Robbie Gray (Port Adelaide) total: 73 average: 14.6
  7. Luke Parker (Sydney) total: 73 average: 14.6
  8. Trent Cotchin (Richmond) total: 73 average: 14.6
  9. Matt Priddis (West Coast) total: 73 average: 18.3
  10. Nat Fyfe (Fremantle) total: 71 average: 14.2
  11. Dan Hannebery (Sydney) total: 69 average: 13.8
  12. Ben Cunnington (North Melbourne) total: 66 average: 13.2
  13. Joel Selwood (Geelong) total: 65 average: 13
  14. Rory Sloane (Adelaide) total: 64 average: 12.8
  15. Matt Crouch (Adelaide) total: 64 average: 12.8
  16. Nic Naitanui (West Coast) total: 64 average: 12.8
  17. Ollie Wines (Port Adelaide) total: 64 average: 12.8
  18. Scott Thompson (Adelaide) total: 64 average: 12.8
  19. David Armitage (St Kilda) total: 63 average: 12.6
  20. Sam Mitchell (Hawthorn) total: 63 average: 12.6
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