As Collingwood great Scott Pendlebury set the VFL/AFL disposals record, young gun Nick Daicos continued his outstanding season with a best-afield performance, highlighted by a blistering third term.
Collingwood recruit Scott Pendlebury in 2005. Sebastian Costanzo Nearly 17 years and 349 games later, a compelling case can be made that Pendlebury, who many recruiters at the time were shocked was selected so high, is the greatest player to have donned the black and white in the AFL era (from 1990).
Scott Pendlebury of the Collingwood Magpies Player Profile and AFL Stats AFL Fantasy (AF) and Supercoach (SC) stats only include regular season. Includes 2 games subbed off. * Season/career high achieved two or more times. Match shown is the most recent game when season/career high was attained.
Scott Pendlebury has signed for a 19th season with Collingwood, as he approaches his 400th game. (Morgan Hancock/AAP PHOTOS) Credit: AAP “Leading this team and being a part of this great club is something I am incredibly grateful for and I look forward to continuing on this journey,” McRae, a former assistant at Richmond and Brisbane, said.
Scott Pendlebury led Collingwood to the top end of the ladder and into the public imagination. No Collingwood player in their long and illustrious history has led his side out as much as Pendlebury has. But all good things must come to an end.
Scott Pendlebury broke the record for most disposals in VFL/AFL history against the Bulldogs. (AFL Photos via Getty Images) The fans at the ground knew about it too. As soon as Pendlebury got the ...
Collingwood champion Scott Pendlebury said on Sunday his team had emerged from a slight slump to play much better football in the final three rounds. Although the Magpies won just two of their ...
Pendlebury’s mark in defence and short pass during the third term was an innocuous moment that prompted loud applause. It was his 13th disposal of the night - fittingly, 10 minutes into the second half for the Magpies’ revered No.10 - and that took him to 9657 career possessions.
Scott Pendlebury lifts the lid on the day ‘Fly’ helped ignite the Magpies’ climb. The theme driving Collingwood’s flag push took flight at the MCG, and could culminate on the hallowed turf ...
With respect to Scott Pendlebury, Neale has the best balance of any player in the league, particularly around stoppages, and a crazy ability to weave his way out of traffic before finding a target.