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A Next Generation Academy prospect out of Tasmania, Tarryn Thomas hit the ground running in his first season of AFL football, playing 20 games and kicking 16 goals in his debut 2019 season.

A prodigiously talented mid/forward, Thomas’ rangy 189-centimetre frame gives him the size to contest strongly in the air, but athleticism and agility to excel at ground level.

Season-ending ankle surgery ended his 2020 campaign after just six games, playing primarily as a forward across the first third of the season.

North Melbourne debut: Round 2, 2019
Career Brownlow votes: 5

2021: After spending most of his young career playing in the forward line, the arrival of David Noble saw the potential for Thomas to spend more time playing in the middle of the ground.

Playing 21 games for the season, Thomas only missed the Round 20 clash with Geelong due to concussion as he bounced back from the season ending ankle injury suffered in 2020 in style.

The increase in midfield time saw a large uptick in most major statistics for Thomas, with his best and most consistent run of form coming in the back end of the season.

While he put in strong performances against the likes of Essendon in Round 10 (21 disposals, 5 goals), and Adelaide in Round 23 (26 disposals, 1 goal, 7 tackles), he registered a career-best performance against Carlton in Round 19.

Finishing the game with 23 disposals, 4 goals, 5 clearances and 9 score involvements, he put in a near flawless performance as he led North to victory alongside Nick Larkey.

After proving himself capable of playing in the midfield in 2021, the upcoming season should see an increase in Thomas’ time at the coalface as he looks to, once again, take his game to another level.
Tarryn Thomas
A Next Generation Academy prospect out of Tasmania, Tarryn Thomas hit the ground running in his first season of AFL football, playing 20 games and kicking 16 goals in his debut 2019 season.

A prodigiously talented mid/forward, Thomas’ rangy 189-centimetre frame gives him the size to contest strongly in the air, but athleticism and agility to excel at ground level.

Season-ending ankle surgery ended his 2020 campaign after just six games, playing primarily as a forward across the first third of the season.

North Melbourne debut: Round 2, 2019
Career Brownlow votes: 5

2021: After spending most of his young career playing in the forward line, the arrival of David Noble saw the potential for Thomas to spend more time playing in the middle of the ground.

Playing 21 games for the season, Thomas only missed the Round 20 clash with Geelong due to concussion as he bounced back from the season ending ankle injury suffered in 2020 in style.

The increase in midfield time saw a large uptick in most major statistics for Thomas, with his best and most consistent run of form coming in the back end of the season.

While he put in strong performances against the likes of Essendon in Round 10 (21 disposals, 5 goals), and Adelaide in Round 23 (26 disposals, 1 goal, 7 tackles), he registered a career-best performance against Carlton in Round 19.

Finishing the game with 23 disposals, 4 goals, 5 clearances and 9 score involvements, he put in a near flawless performance as he led North to victory alongside Nick Larkey.

After proving himself capable of playing in the midfield in 2021, the upcoming season should see an increase in Thomas’ time at the coalface as he looks to, once again, take his game to another level.
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Rising Star Nomination
Years award won:
2019 (Round 12)
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