Nathan Jones is set to play his 15th season in the red and blue in 2020, but won’t be doing so with the captain title next to his name. After six seasons and 129 games as skipper, Jones decided to step aside from the gig, but will continue to lead the group both on and off the field. The Melbourne stalwart and three-time Keith ‘Bluey’ Truscott Memorial Trophy winner has been an integral part of the club’s growth in recent years and will be hoping to notch up his 300th career game next season. Jones, who has done his best work in the midfield throughout his established career, played a variety of roles in 2019, spending the majority of his time at half-back. With a team-first attitude, Jones will continue to perform in whatever position he is asked to, with the dream of playing finals for a third time in his career.
Key Stats & Performance
StatSeason Avg. v Career Avg.Top Season PerformanceTop Career Performance
Player performance throughout this season & their full career