In a special off-season series, Richmond Media is dissecting the key 2020 season statistics of each member of the Tigers’ triumphant premiership team (in guernsey number order). And Richmond great Matthew Richardson also is providing comments on each premiership player. We turn our attention today to No. 25, Toby Nankervis.

Overall statistics

Games: 11

Kicks average: 5.6 

Handballs average: 5.8 

Disposals average: 11.4

Contested possessions average: 6.8      

Uncontested possessions average: 3.9

Inside-50s average: 1.6

Clearances average: 2.5

Stoppages clearances average: 1.6

Marks average: 2.4

Intercepts average: 3.1

Score involvements average: 2.9

Tackles average: 4.1

One-percenters average: 3.1

Metres gained average: 128.3

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Grand recollections: Toby Nankervis

Toby Nankervis reflects on the 2020 Premiership.

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Season statistical highs

Kicks: 10 v Geelong, Round 17, Metricon Stadium and v Port Adelaide, preliminary final, Adelaide Oval.

Handballs: 11 v Adelaide, Round 18, Adelaide Oval.

Disposals: 17 v St Kilda, Round 4, Marvel Stadium.

Contested possessions: 12 v St Kilda, Round 4, Marvel Stadium.

Uncontested possessions: 8 v Brisbane, qualifying final, Gabba.

Inside-50s: 4 v Brisbane, qualifying final, Gabba.

Clearances: 5 v St Kilda, Round 4, Marvel Stadium.

Stoppage clearances: 5 v St Kilda, Round 4, Marvel Stadium.

Marks: 6 v Geelong, Round 17, Metricon Stadium.

Intercepts: 6 v Geelong, Round 17, Metricon Stadium and v Port Adelaide, preliminary final, Adelaide Oval.

Score involvements: 7 v St Kilda, semi-final, Metricon Stadium.

Tackles: 10 v Port Adelaide, preliminary final, Adelaide Oval.

One-percenters: 9 v Geelong, Grand Final, Gabba.

Metres gained: 294 v Port Adelaide, preliminary final, Adelaide Oval.

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PF: The last two minutes

Watch the thrilling last two minutes from the win against Port Adelaide.

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Richo says:

“How can you not love the way ‘Nank’ plays! Gives absolutely everything on the field. Huge kudos to him coming back after syndesmosis surgery and shouldering the ruck responsibility at the business end of the season when Ivan Soldo was sidelined with a serious knee injury. No Tiger fan will forget his last-quarter heroics v Port Adelaide in the preliminary final. Led the way with pressure and aggression throughout the finals series. Had 20 tackles in his last three finals. No other ruckman in the competition is capable of that.”