Colin Sylvia - Statistics

Statistics

Statistics are correct as of Round 22, 2010
Season Team No. Games Goals Behinds Kicks Marks Handballs Disposals
2004 Melbourne 12 3 1 0 6 2 4 10
2005 Melbourne 12 16 8 5 129 64 52 181
2006 Melbourne 12 17 10 6 142 68 66 208
2007 Melbourne 12 16 12 7 136 68 73 209
2008 Melbourne 12 18 16 9 197 119 123 320
2009 Melbourne 12 17 17 10 209 115 170 379
2010 Melbourne 12 15 16 7 213 82 122 335
Totals 102 80 44 1032 518 610 1642

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