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Matthew Lloyd ranks the five indigenous players to reach 300 AFL games

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Matthew Lloyd has rated Andrew McLeod the greatest indigenous player to reach 300 games.

Shaun Burgoyne will become the fifth indigenous player to reach the milestone when Hawthorn takes on Adelaide tonight.

Somewhat controversially, Lloyd rated Gavin Wanganeen a better player than dual Brownlow medallist Adam Goodes.

LLOYDY’S TOP-FIVE

  1. Andrew McLeod (Adelaide)
  2. Gavin Wanganeen (Essendon/Port Adelaide)
  3. Adam Goodes (Sydney)
  4. Shaun Burgoyne (Hawthorn/Port Adelaide)
  5. Michael O’Loughlin (Sydney)

Click PLAY below to hear Matthew Lloyd explain his rankings

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