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Drafted by GWS as an inside-midfielder, Aiden Bonar found opportunities at senior level hard to come by at the Giants, eventually leaving for Arden Street via trade after two seasons at the club.

Injuries limited his ability to get on the park in 2020, playing just six games for the campaign at his new club.

A move into the back line late in the season saw the potential of a new career path open up for Bonar, with the former number 11 draft pick’s athleticism and courage translating well to completing run-with roles against the opposition’s most dangerous forwards.

North Melbourne debut: Round 3, 2020

2021: While injuries restricted Bonar to just ten appearances for the season, his performances across the first eight rounds of the year showed there is plenty for North fans to be excited about for his future – only missing Round 3 due to a corky in that timeframe.

Pairing effective ball use with powerful athleticism, Bonar can crash and bash with the strongest of key-forwards, but also keep up with the most evasive and tricky smalls.

Sitting third in the Syd Barker Medal after the first five rounds of the season, he took on the challenge of quietening former Brownlow Medallist Patrick Dangerfield in Round 5, with his 20 disposal and 12 intercept performance earning him praise around the AFL.

An ankle injury suffered against Collingwood in Round 8 saw him sidelined until Round 21, and he struggled to regain his early season form in the final three games of the year.

Should Bonar have a clean run in the senior side, he has the potential to be a more than handy defender, and will be looking to lock down a spot in North’s emerging back six in 2022.
Aiden Bonar
Drafted by GWS as an inside-midfielder, Aiden Bonar found opportunities at senior level hard to come by at the Giants, eventually leaving for Arden Street via trade after two seasons at the club.

Injuries limited his ability to get on the park in 2020, playing just six games for the campaign at his new club.

A move into the back line late in the season saw the potential of a new career path open up for Bonar, with the former number 11 draft pick’s athleticism and courage translating well to completing run-with roles against the opposition’s most dangerous forwards.

North Melbourne debut: Round 3, 2020

2021: While injuries restricted Bonar to just ten appearances for the season, his performances across the first eight rounds of the year showed there is plenty for North fans to be excited about for his future – only missing Round 3 due to a corky in that timeframe.

Pairing effective ball use with powerful athleticism, Bonar can crash and bash with the strongest of key-forwards, but also keep up with the most evasive and tricky smalls.

Sitting third in the Syd Barker Medal after the first five rounds of the season, he took on the challenge of quietening former Brownlow Medallist Patrick Dangerfield in Round 5, with his 20 disposal and 12 intercept performance earning him praise around the AFL.

An ankle injury suffered against Collingwood in Round 8 saw him sidelined until Round 21, and he struggled to regain his early season form in the final three games of the year.

Should Bonar have a clean run in the senior side, he has the potential to be a more than handy defender, and will be looking to lock down a spot in North’s emerging back six in 2022.
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