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Sharpshooters of 2016

  • Sharpshooters of 2016

    MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA - APRIL 25: Alex Fasolo of the Magpies kicks the ball during the round five AFL match between the Collingwood Magpies and the Essendon Bombers at Melbourne Cricket Ground on April 25, 2016 in Melbourne, Australia. (Photo by Michael Dodge/Getty Images)

Much like our article yesterday, which highlighted the teams that are good in front of goal and the teams that are not so good, today we're highlighting the players that do the work.

To qualify for this article, the players must have kicked more than 20 goals for the season. 

Collingwood's Alex Fasolo is the most accurate in front of goal this season, with 25 goals, going at 78.1%, while Hawthorn star Cyril Rioli sits second with 34 goals at 73.9%

TOP TEN:

1. Alex Fasolo (Collingwood) - 25 goals 6 behinds - 78.1%
2. Cyril Rioli (Hawthorn) - 34.9 - 73.9%
3. Jeremy Cameron (GWS Giants) - 38.12 - 70.4%
4. Peter Wright (Gold Coast Suns) - 22.8 - 68.8%
5. Paul Puopolo (Hawthorn) - 29.11 - 67.4%
6. Josh Jenkins (Adelaide) - 47.19 - 67.1%
7. Ben Brown (North Melbourne) - 32.14 - 66.7%
8. Jack Watts (Melbourne) - 31.10 - 64.6%
9. Charlie Dixon (Port Adelaide) - 30.16 - 63.8%
10. Jack Darling (West Coast Eagles) - 33.15 - 63.5% 

BEST OF THE REST:

Tim Membrey (St Kilda) - 34.15 - 63%
Jamie Cripps (West Coast Eagles) - 25.14 - 62.5%
Aaron Young (Port Adelaide) - 30.16 - 62.5%
Tom Lynch (Gold Coast Suns) - 55.21 - 61.8%
Eddie Betts (Adelaide) - 45.24 - 60.8%
James Sicily (Hawthorn) - 26.14 - 60.5%
Sam Lloyd (Richmond) - 29.11 - 60.4%
Josh Bruce (St Kilda) - 29.16 - 60.4%
Mitchell McGovern (Adelaide) - 21.14 - 60%


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