I'm sure the discussion has been had before but, why is Ken Farmer not classified as an AFL Legend? Farmer's SANFL goal kicking record: 1929 - 62 1930 - 105 1931 - 126 1932 - 102 1933 - 112 1934 - 106 1935 - 128 1936 - 134 1937 - 108 1938 - 112 1939 - 113 1940 - 123 1941 - 86 In 13 seasons and 224 games for North Adelaide, Farmer kicked 1419 goals, making him the highest goal scorer in the history of the SANFL, a record that stands to this day. His total and average of 6.33 goals per game exceeds that of even VFL legends such as Peter McKenna, Gordon Coventry and Tony Lockett (VFL/AFL record 1360 goals), and also that of Bernie Naylor. On 35 occasions he kicked 10 goals or more. In 224 games he was held goalless only once, when he was carried off injured after 10 minutes of play. His Highest in a year was 134, but rather than kicking more in a season, he kicked 100 goals 11 times. Ken Farmer 17 representative games for South Australia yielded a further 81 goals (4.8 per game), giving him a career total of 1500 goals; he places second behind only Peter Hudson as the highest goal-scorer in top-level senior Australian rules football history. He holds the equal record for most goals kicked in a SANFL match with 23 goals against West Torrens. His 23.6 were a contribution to his side's winning score of 26.11. For me, the argument is compelling to be honest - his record is out of this world and is so far in front of his peers it is ridiculous. A campaign needs to be started to make this happen as it highlights how biased the selection panel is to VFL players. I say this as a long time Norwood supporter and Port Power supporter.