With North Melbourne’s 2015 season completed after a preliminary final loss, NMFC.com.au analyses the performance of each player for the year.

Statistics, a coach review and their efforts in each half of the year are below, as well as a comment section for you to have your say.

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AFL appearances: 18
Disposal average: 13.6
Goals: 24
Tackles: 57
Inside 50’s: 40

Season highlights

Round 2 v Brisbane: 22 disposals, six marks, four tackles, one goal
Round 4 v Geelong: 16 disposals, five inside 50’s, three goals
Round 10 v West Coast: 100th AFL game

View Nahas’ player profile here

First half review

"Robin came into the side after being elevated from the rookie list more for his forward pressure and tackling. He's been doing that but he's been able to kick goals as well.

"He's said it before, he knows he's a week-to-week proposition in terms of playing so he figures if he pressures and tackles well, the goals will come.

"That seems to be working quite well for him up to this point and he's added plenty of speed and pressure up forward."

Second half review

“Robbie was a little bit stiff in the last two finals after playing his role in the Richmond final and then losing his spot to Kayne (Turner).

“He’s someone who kicked 30 goals for the year. In terms of your small forward, if you’re getting that out of them he’s doing well.

“He pressured well in the forward line, hurried players up; really he did all he could do.”

In the news

July 19 – Nahas fights to return – STORY

“If you give a guy an opportunity and they take it, it’s good for the team. You’ve got to control what you can control, and I think I’ve done that.”

June 5 – The long road to 100 – STORY

“He (Ayres) played a massive role in me being drafted. He changed my role and explained where footy was heading.”

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