MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA - AUGUST 22: Harry Taylor of the Cats runs with the ball during the round 21 AFL match between the St Kilda Saints and the Geelong Cats at Etihad Stadium on August 22, 2015 in Melbourne, Australia. (Photo by Robert Cianflone/Getty Images)

Best disposal efficiency after the first nine rounds in 2016:

(Minimum four games)

  1. Tom Lonergan (Geel) – Disposal efficiency: 92.5% – Games: 7
  2. Scott Thompson (NM) – Disposal efficiency: 89.3% – Games: 8
  3. Eric Mackenzie (WCE) – Disposal efficiency: 88.7% – Games: 9
  4. Dale Morris (WB) – Disposal efficiency: 88.4% – Games: 9
  5. Tim O’Brien (Haw) – Disposal efficiency: 87.9% – Games: 6
  6. Harry Taylor (Geel) – Disposal efficiency: 87.9% – Games: 9
  7. Kyle Cheney (Adel) – Disposal efficiency: 87.7% – Games: 9
  8. Lynden Dunn (Melb) – Disposal efficiency: 87.3% – Games: 4
  9. Alex Rance (Rich) – Disposal efficiency: 86.8% – Games: 7
  10. Michael Johnson (Fre) – Disposal efficiency: 86.5% – Games: 5
  11. Neville Jetta (Melb) – Disposal efficiency: 86.2% – Games: 8
  12. Kade Simpson (Carl) – Disposal efficiency: 85.8% – Games: 9
  13. Jason Johannisen (WB) – Disposal efficiency: 85.7% – Games: 4
  14. Jake Kolodjashnij (Geel) – Disposal efficiency: 85.7% – Games: 6
  15. Shane Mumford (GWS) – Disposal efficiency: 85.6% – Games: 9
  16. James Frawley (Haw) – Disposal efficiency: 85.6% – Games: 8
  17. Lachie Henderson (Geel) – Disposal efficiency: 85.6% – Games: 8
  18. Michael Johnson (Fre) – Disposal efficiency: 85.5% – Games: 4
  19. Grant Birchall (Haw) – Disposal efficiency: 85.4% – Games: 9
  20. Michael Hartley (Ess) – Disposal efficiency: 85.4 – Games: 8
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