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After making his name as a flashy half-forward/wing player at Gold Coast, Aaron Hall crossed to North Melbourne after 103 games and 76 goals for the Queensland side.

Consistently a strong finisher in the Suns’ Club Champion award in his time at the club, his speed by foot, agility, run and carry and penetrative kick made him one of the most dangerous wide players in the AFL over the 2016 and 2017 seasons.

After playing just six games in the 2019 season, Hall returned in 2020 to play 15 of a possible 18 games, with his leadership and experience crucial to a struggling side.

North Melbourne debut: Round 1, 2019
Career Brownlow votes: 31

2021: A change of position in 2021 saw Aaron Hall breathe new life into his career, with his shift to the backline allowing him to display the most elite aspects of his game.

After remaining unselected in Round 1, and utilised as the medical substitute in Round 2, Hall came into North’s 22 and made himself one of the most undroppable members of the side, only missing one more game across the season due to concussion.

Ranking first in the AFL for metres gained per game, second for kicks per game and third in rebound 50s per game across the season, Hall’s penetrative kicking and strong decision making were crucial parts of North’s ball movement out of the backline.

Dropping below 20 disposals just twice after Round 7, Hall’s ability to consistently find the football at set the pace of the game afforded North’s young midfield and forward groups the ability to maintain the team’s shape going forward.

His consistently strong performances saw him finish fourth in the Syd Barker Medal, only missing out on a podium place due to the countback method after tying with third-placed Jack Ziebell on 114 votes.
Aaron Hall
After making his name as a flashy half-forward/wing player at Gold Coast, Aaron Hall crossed to North Melbourne after 103 games and 76 goals for the Queensland side.

Consistently a strong finisher in the Suns’ Club Champion award in his time at the club, his speed by foot, agility, run and carry and penetrative kick made him one of the most dangerous wide players in the AFL over the 2016 and 2017 seasons.

After playing just six games in the 2019 season, Hall returned in 2020 to play 15 of a possible 18 games, with his leadership and experience crucial to a struggling side.

North Melbourne debut: Round 1, 2019
Career Brownlow votes: 31

2021: A change of position in 2021 saw Aaron Hall breathe new life into his career, with his shift to the backline allowing him to display the most elite aspects of his game.

After remaining unselected in Round 1, and utilised as the medical substitute in Round 2, Hall came into North’s 22 and made himself one of the most undroppable members of the side, only missing one more game across the season due to concussion.

Ranking first in the AFL for metres gained per game, second for kicks per game and third in rebound 50s per game across the season, Hall’s penetrative kicking and strong decision making were crucial parts of North’s ball movement out of the backline.

Dropping below 20 disposals just twice after Round 7, Hall’s ability to consistently find the football at set the pace of the game afforded North’s young midfield and forward groups the ability to maintain the team’s shape going forward.

His consistently strong performances saw him finish fourth in the Syd Barker Medal, only missing out on a podium place due to the countback method after tying with third-placed Jack Ziebell on 114 votes.
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