Well, I'll start the ball rolling, and name at least, the early ones, but there will be others missing, I'm sure:
The first person to kick 100 goals in a season was George Mitchells.
Lance Franklin (Hawthorn)- 102 for the home-and-away season 2008
Tony Lockett was the last person to kick 100 goals in an AFL home and away season. He kicked 107 in 1998.
In 2001, Matthew Lloyd kicked 105 goals but this included finals.
Lance Franklin for Hawthorn. He kicked 113 goals in 2008.
Lance Franklin in 2009 was the last player to score 100 goals in an AFL season
Lance 'Buddy' Franklin
lance/buddy Franklin Jason dunstall
In a single match, Jack Reiwoldt in 2010.
Lance Franklin for Hawthorn 2008
10 Goals, Gary Ablett Snr 1989
They are 6.4m apart.
In a single game - Fred Fanning 18 In a season - Fred Fanning 97 Career - Not sure.
One goal is worth 6 points.
Australian Rules - film - was created in 2002.
The duration of Australian Rules - film - is 1.58 hours.
Simply, AFL was created to keep cricket players fit in their off season.
Mark Jamar is a professional Australian rules football player.
There is no minimum number of games that an Australian rules football player has to play to qualify for finals. It depends on if your team makes it to the finals, then the coach can choose whichever players he thinks are best to play in the finals .
Australian rules football is a fast paced and potentially dangerous game. Its rules are unlike those of any other version of football. To dribble in a game a player must use their feet in a fashion similar to how basketball players use their hands.
It could be priceless since he was an Australian Rules football player.