Nick Daicos records, most clearances, Collingwood’s loss to the Western Bulldogs, Nathan Buckley

Collingwood superstar Nick Daicos it only gets better with age.

And he has some new records to prove it.

In spite of him Magpies going down by 18 points at the hands of the Western Bulldogs at Marvel Stadium on Friday night, Daicos still dazzled.

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The 21-year-old broke three records on Friday night.

He is now the fastest player to record 30+ disposals against all 17 opposing clubs.

Nick Daicos. (AFL Photos via Getty Images)

Daicos did that in just 59 games.

On the Collingwood front, he now holds the club record for most frees in a single game with 16.

He surpassed Nathan Buckley’s record of 15 frees, which was set back in 1998.

On top of that, Daicos also claimed the Collingwood record for most contested possessions in a single game with a whopping 27 to his name.

He beat teammate Steele Sidebottom, who previously held the record with 26 contested touchdowns in 2018.

Daicos finished the game with 32 disposals and one goal.

But despite Daicos’ best efforts, his injured side could not do enough to beat the Dogs.

Pies coach Craig McRae wasn’t happy with his side’s first round two loss at the hands of the Saints.

There’s a new record holder in town in Collingwood. (AFL Photos via Getty Images)

“We’re not hardened enough,” McRae admitted after the game.

“A lot of good things happen, but then it’s not (being) able to do it for four quarters a minute for this group.”

Pies have a record of 6-4-2 after 12 rounds and sit right in eighth with a percentage of 104.6.

They face Melbourne in Round 13 as part of the Kings’ birthday clash at the MCG on Monday, June 10.