Nat Fyfe – Season summary. Career suicide by Zoom: CNN analyst is suspended for 'masturbating during video call' because 'he thought no... Advertising CEO 'is sacked after taking webcam into the toilet during Zoom call with colleagues'. Huge fleet of 300 Chinese fishing boats is 'raping' Galapagos Islands' waters, pillaging food supplies and... Phil Collins ex-wife Orianne Cevey 'had a two-year close friendship with a male stripper' while living with... Half a MILLION fish wash up on British beach in desperate bid to escape hungry seals and dolphins. The comments below have not been moderated. The skipper starred in multiple games across the season, including against Brisbane (three goals, 23 disposals), Hawthorn (1 goal, 28 disposals) and Port Adelaide (one goal, 23 disposals with 17 contested) However, the Fremantle skipper arguably saved his best performance until last in season 2020. Vote now for who you think will take out the 2020 Doig Medal. Each and every year, it’s hard to single out just one Nat Fyfe performance. THE WEST COAST FORWARD TRAINING IN COMPLETE ISOLATION. The midfielder played almost the entire preliminary final with a broken leg on Friday, and still managed to be one of the best on-field. “He looked at me and said: ‘Told you old man, it’s going to be a pretty rough day for you’,” Cornes remembered. We are no longer accepting comments on this article. McGowan’s $100k COVID ‘sentiment’ bill blasted by Libs, Cult WA Tiger talked out of leaving AFL hub, Freo need Hogan, Blakely trades to net big fish, Ex-Tiger Richardson fired up by dad’s footy heroics, Rip-off warning: AFL tickets back on sale for $1k each, What we learned from Round 3 of the 2020-21 NTFL, McIntosh denies ever wanting to leave Tigerland. Key stats (total / average per game)Games: 14Disposals: 300 / 21.4Contested possessions: 175 / 12.5Clearances: 64 / 4.6Goals: 10 / 0.7Inside 50s: 32 / 2.3Tackles: 42 / 3.0Contested marks: 16 / 1.1Champion Dara Ranking points: 1588 / 113, Best Doig Medal finishesWinner: 2013, 2014, 2019Runner-up: 2011Third: 2017, 2018Fourth: 2015, Leading into the Doig Medal count, we look at Luke Ryan’s impressive 2020 season, JL gives his opinion on how the 2021 season will look, The West Australian football writer Braden Quartermaine spoke to Fremantle chief…, He looks to be the fan favourite to take out the Doig Medal - will he win it after a…, Take a look at the moment our big winner in Freo's Forever Mega Draw receives the…, The Freo veteran simply won't slow down - David Mundy's 16th season in the AFL was…, Tabs had a career best season kicking 29 goals and ranking second highest in…, Leading into the Doig Medal count, we look at David Mundy’s impressive 2020 season, Purple Army wins big in Forever Mega Draw, See who's eligible for the Beacon Award in 2020. “That was it and that was the moment that had me questioning my football future. While his output remained at a consistently high level, his three games on the sidelines could be the only factor that will work against the Freo captain. His troublesome leg has caused him relentless problems throughout the season and on the eve of the make-or-break game, the 24-year-old swore it would not be a problem. Despite limping away from the ground, the Brownlow favourite also collected 32 touches and eight clearances. After 300 games for Port Adelaide, Cornes retired in 2015, but he’s revealed Fyfe planted the seed it was time to hang up the boots a year before he actually did. While his output remained at a consistently high level, his three games on the sidelines could be the only factor that will work against the Freo captain. Part of the Daily Mail, The Mail on Sunday & Metro Media Group, 'What?' The Fremantle captain would go on to claim his first Brownlow medal the next season, and as he dominated a 15kg lighter Cornes, and he didn’t hesitate to let him know about it. The midfielder is a strong chance to add to his collection of three Doig Medals after another impressive season. For most of the season, Fremantle’s Nat Fyfe has been the firm favourite to win the 2015 Brownlow medal - AFL's highest honour - but his most impressive display came in his last match of the year. The club announced that Fyfe will undergo surgery to insert a plate into his left leg, after he suffered a fractured fibular when he collided with Hawthorn’s Brian Lake early in the first quarter. The Western Australian missed the final two games of the regular season on August 30 and September 5 due to inflammation of his fibula – the same fibula he fractured on Friday. “The message from Ken Hinkley was pretty simple: do not let Fyfe touch the ball,” Cornes recalled of their round eight clash in 2014. Harvey Weinstein the musical: Abuse survivor creates stage play about #Metoo and her experiences with the... How porridge got posh: With a growing number of oat products claiming greater health benefits, we look at... Bristol pub's Sunday roast is so popular it has a THREE-YEAR waiting list for £10 lunch made with locally-... Will it ever be safe to go back in the water? It was a more combative style…but I was pretty keen to assert myself in the midfield,” Fyfe said post-match. Thursday - Monday papers home delivered with all of the latest footy news! Due to his history, Fremantle will not hesitate to give him a week off to recover and will act with caution regarding any possible injury.