Last year, we asked you to vote on your North Melbourne Team of the 2010s, and the results are in.
Players were deemed eligible if they had played in 50 games, or won a Syd Barker Medal during the decade.
And from thousands of votes, your best 22 have been selected.
First it was the defenders, and now we take a look at the midfield.
North Melbourne games - 243
Wells played 243 games for North Melbourne from 2003-2016, winning two Syd Barker Medals, in 2011 and 2013.
Known for his outstanding athleticism, skill and ability to find space in traffic, the number two selection at the 2002 National Draft was an outstanding contributor for the club across 14 years.
He departed North at the end of the 2016 season, spending three years at Collingwood for 15 games.
North Melbourne games - 209
Another dual best and fairest winner, Cunnington has developed into one of the best clearance players in the AFL.
As hard as they come and a true leader by example on the field, Cunnington is widely appreciated by his peers and North Melbourne’s fans for his courageous displays.
Cunnington had a career-best year in 2019, winning his second Syd Barker Medal, and being named in the All Australian squad.
North Melbourne games - 91
Since crossing from the Bulldogs at the end of 2014, Higgins has become one of North’s biggest free agency success stories.
Often deployed in the forward line earlier in his career, Higgins is now one of the premier midfielders in the competition, with his silky performances mesmerizing North fans.
Higgins won back-to-back Syd Barker Medals in 2017 and 2018, and was named in the All Australian team in 2018.
North Melbourne games - 234
There was only one choice for North Melbourne’s ruckman of the decade.
Todd Goldstein was one of the finest players of the 2010s, and led the league for it-outs (7,389), and hit-outs to advantage (2,187) over the decade.
Goldstein’s performances were rewarded with a Syd Barker Medal and All Australian selection in 2015.
Nick Dal Santo
North Melbourne games - 62
Dal Santo was only with North Melbourne for three seasons, but his impact on the team was clear.
In his first two seasons, Dal Santo helped the Roos reach back-to-back preliminary finals.
The former St Kilda man retired at the end of 2016.
North Melbourne games – 224
A three-time Syd Barker Medallist and former club captain, Andrew Swallow was a true Shinboner.
One of North’s best tacklers and clearance players, Swallow’s leadership and determination endeared him to the Roos’ faithful.
Swallow retired at the end of 2017.