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Draws

Shortest time between draws - four rounds (1921)
Longest time between draws - 21 years (1971-1992)

RoundOpponent
Round 9, 1898 Carlton
Round 7, 1901 Fitzroy
Round 9, 1909 Collingwood
Round 2, 1911 Geelong
Round 1, 1921 Essendon
Round 5, 1921 St. Kilda
Round 6, 1925 Richmond
Semi Final 1928 Collingwood
Round 5, 1929 Footscray
Round 16, 1935 Collingwood
Grand Final 1948 Essendon
Round 12, 1952 Carlton
Round 12, 1953 Richmond
Round 13, 1957 Collingwood
Round 14, 1959 Fitzroy
Round 12, 1961 Fitzroy
Round 18, 1971 North Melbourne
Round 7, 1992 Sydney
Round 21, 2006 Geelong
Round 12, 2010 Collingwood
Round 1, 2011 Sydney


Opponents
5 - Collingwood
3 - Fitzroy
2 - Carlton, Essendon, Footscray, Geelong, Richmond, Sydney
1 - North Melbourne, St. Kilda

Most draws played

4 - Ron Barassi, John Beckwith
3 - Clint Bartram, Geoff Case, Bert Chadwick, Jack Collins, Bob Corbett, Denis Cordner, Harry Coy, Aaron Davey, Jimmy Davidson, Col Deane, Brian Dixon, Brad Green, George Haines, Robert B Johnson, Trevor Johnson, Nathan Jones, Clyde Laidlaw, Ian McLean, Noel McMahen, Charlie Streeter, Richard Taylor, Ted Thomas, Ian Thorogood, Geoff Tunbridge, Ivor Warne-Smith, Don Williams, Stan Wittman

Most draws coached

5 - Norm Smith
2 - Dean Bailey, Checker Hughes, Ivor Warne-Smith, Percy Wilson

Debuted in a draw

PlayerGame
John Coghlan Round 9, 1898
Billy Irwin Round 2, 1911
Harry Bruce Round 1, 1921
Harry Coy Round 1, 1921
Joe Flanagan Round 1, 1921
Clarrie Lethlean Round 1, 1921
John Lord Round 1, 1921
Enos Thomas Round 1, 1921
Ted Thomas Round 1, 1921
Percy Tulloh Round 1, 1921
Art Beaumont Round 5, 1929
Norm Matthews Round 16, 1935
John Leahy Round 12, 1961
Wayne Lamb Round 7, 1992
Luke Tapscott Round 1, 2011
Created by Supermercado. Last Modification: Saturday 22 August 2015 21:59:26 AEST by Supermercado. (Version 13)

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