In round 12 1919 South Melbourne kicked 17 goals in the final quarter. This is the most by any team in one quarter.
Think it was big Mick Nolan
Fred Fanning kicked 18 goals, 1 behind in 1947 Jason Dunstall kicked 17.5 goals in 1992 Laurie Nash: Back in the 1934, when interstate carnivals were played in state versus state format, Laurie Nash, playing for Victoria, kicked 18 goals in a single game. Yet he did not play the full game on the forward line! At quarter time, he replaced the injured Bob Pratt at full forward, having played the first quarter at centre-half-back.
39 goals by geelong
13 goals, and I think he did this on two occasions
6 by Rob Bironas
-Adam Vinatieri has a total of about 26 game winning field goals(including the postseason.)
17 goals is the most kicked by an individual player in an AFL (Australian Football League) match. This effort by Jason Dunstall (Hawthorn) occurred in match versus Richmond in 1992.
Fred Fanning (Melbourne) has kicked the most goals in a VFL/AFL match with 18 and 1 behind against St Kilda in Round 17, 1947.The game was his last VFL/AFL appearance.
Jonathan Brown for the Brisbane Lions won the Coleman Medal for kicking the most goals in 2007. He kicked 77 goals total.
Laurie Nash: In an interstate match against South Australia in 1934, Laurie Nash kicked 18 goals, despite having played the first quarter as centre-half-back! Also, Fred Fanning, 1947 kicked 18 goals and 1 behind, in a regular AFL-VFL inter-club match. He remains the record holder to this day.
Tony Lockett. 16 goals for Sydney versus Fitzroy in Round 19 1995.