A new report from Sportsbet has revealed that the worst driver in the game is the former Queensland All-Australian.
The report, compiled by Sportsbet, revealed that in 2013 the top five aerial drivers were all from the Sunshine Coast.
That’s in contrast to the Brisbane Roar, who are based in the south-east of the state.
A total of 22 of the top 25 aerial drivers on the list were from the Queensland capital.
Of the 25 drivers, nine were from Brisbane and nine from the Gold Coast.
The report also found that the top three drivers in terms of number of wins in 2014 were all Queenslanders.
But it also found Queensland drivers were often more successful than the average AFL player.
They were found to be able to maintain a similar average win percentage, with seven of the 11 drivers in that category winning more than 10 games.
It’s been more than a decade since Queensland had a top flight aerial driver, with Josh Jenkins leading the way for the Roar.
He was named the best in the competition after scoring a career-best 22 goals last season.
And the Roars were the only other team to make the Top 20 for the first time in the last decade, when Jenkins scored 21 goals in his final season.
But while Queensland drivers have been the most successful, the average player has not been able to replicate the success of Jenkins.
In the last 10 years, there have been only eight players to score a career high 20 goals.
Only five of those players were from Queensland.
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