Harry Jones has taken out the 2021 John Law Medal, as the club’s best and fairest player in the VFL.
A near ever-present in North’s midfield, Jones was a threat on both sides of the football all season long, collecting 29 disposals, 5.7 intercepts and 3.8 score involvements per game.
The former AFL-listed Hawk worked well in tandem across the season with some of North’s young AFL-listed stars, offering valuable direction to the likes of Will Phillips and Charlie Lazzaro.
AFL-listed big man Tristan Xerri played just six of a possible ten VFL games, which makes his second-placed finish even more impressive.
Xerri averaged 21 touches a game, to go with 5 marks and 26 hit-outs, with a 36-disposal performance against Essendon in Round 6 the highlight.
He played eight games for the Roos’ AFL side this year, earning valuable experience alongside Todd Goldstein.
Skipper Flynn Appleby capped off a terrific first season in the royal blue and white by finishing third.
A general in defence, Appleby’s leadership both on and off the field was crucial to his side’s change of fortunes in the second half of the season.
With his attacking, never-say-die attitude, he was the perfect choice to lead the side in 2021.
Appleby rounded out a memorable night by taking home the Best Clubman Award.
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