Jordan De Goey has lifted Collingwood to a long-time AFL record, with his big hanger helping the Pies claim the most marks in a half in the game's history.

Collingwood recorded 99 marks during the first two quarters of its clash against Richmond, completely eclipsing its opposition's tally of just 36 first-half grabs.

Jeremy Howe and Steele Sidebottom each pulled down 10 marks each, while Jordan Roughead (nine), Jack Crisp (eight) and Tom Phillips (seven) also hauled them in.

Every single Magpie took multiple marks in the first half, but it was De Goey's big hanger which was the best of the lot.

The Pies finished the game with 174 marks, which was the fifth most in history.

Richmond still holds the record with 181, set in 2006 when the Tigers upset Adelaide at Etihad Stadium.

181RichmondAdelaideR8, 2006
180HawthornWestern BulldogsR10, 2011
179RichmondHawthornR20, 2008
177CollingwoodGeelongR8, 2006
174CollingwoodRichmondR2, 2019
172Western BulldogsBrisbaneR11, 2007
170FremantleHawthornR1, 2006
168AdelaideSt KildaR11, 2016
167FremantleMelbourneR9, 2013
166Western BulldogsCollingwoodR22, 2009