Hard to think of who would qualify off the top of my head, so I’ll put Travis Burns forward to start with
|Steve Carter||200||Penrith (1990, 1991)|
|Preston Campbell||86||Penrith (2003)|
|Brad Izzard||56||Penrith (1990, 1991)|
|Jarome Luai||46||Penrith (2020, 2021)|
|Ken Wilson||35||Newtown (1981)|
|Ryan Girdler||34||Penrith (2003)|
|James Maloney||34||Warriors (2011), Roosters (2013), Cronulla (2016)|
|Jamie Soward||29||Dragons (2010)|
|Wade Graham||27||Cronulla (2016)|
|Chris Mortimer||27||Canterbury (1979, 1980, 1984, 1985, 1986) Penrith (1990)|
|Brad Fittler||22||Penrith (1990, 1991) Sydney (2000, 2002, 2003, 2004)|
|Luke Lewis||20||Panthers (2003) Cronulla (2016)|
Special mention to Warren Fenton who played his entire career at Panthers, mostly at lock.
Wikipedia has him playing 145 games for Penrith, that’ll do me.
He only played 22 at F/E though @Puss.
Same as the ineligible Fittler ?
Not the strongest of fields in the eligible list, but gee that ineligible list would have most teams green with envy.
I will nominate Clements - got us to our first final in 85 from memory
While my nomination of Clements stands, I also stand corrected - he played lock in ‘85
Yeah, Clements run at F/E started in 1986 and ended around 1988 where he shifted to the interchange bench.
On a couple of the others, while Burns played a lot of games for us, was a great defender and certainly had a lot of “mongrel” to him, he was a ball runner not a passer, and left a lot to be desired with attack.
It is with a hint of sadness I write about Cartwright. Had the world at his feet and could of been anything. Very promising in his first season or two before all the issues.
Cartwright wasn’t the same after his leg injury in 2014. The off-field problems then added to it, and left him a pale imitation of the player he could have been.