Collingwood captain Scott Pendlebury says he’s shocked to be on the verge of breaking two long-standing records at the club, but feels like he still has plenty more left in the tank.
Pendlebury will notch his 314th game for Collingwood in Monday’s clash with Port Adelaide, surpassing the previous record of 313 set by Tony Shaw in 1994.
The match will also be Pendlebury’s 162nd as captain – bettering the previous record of 161 set by his coach Nathan Buckley.
The impending records further cements Pendlebury’s status as one of the club’s greatest ever players.
Pendlebury is contracted until the end of 2021, and the 32-year-old says he is still feeling fresh.
“I don’t feel 32, I don’t feel like I have played as many games as I have,” Pendlebury…