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. Our focus today is on No. 33, Kamdyn McIntosh.

Overall statistics

Games: 18    

Kicks average: 9.2   

Handballs average: 4.4

Disposals average: 13.6 

Contested possessions average: 4.7       

Uncontested possessions average: 9.1

Inside-50s average: 3.3

Rebound-50s average: 1.3

Marks average: 3.8

Intercepts average: 3.3

Score involvements average: 2.8

Tackles average: 1.7

One-percenters average: 2.2

Metres gained average: 306.3

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Grand recollections: Kamdyn McIntosh

Kamdyn McIntosh reflects on the 2020 Premiership.

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Season statistical highs

Kicks: 14 v Sydney, Round 6, Metricon Gabba.

Handballs: 10 v Sydney, Round 6, Gabba.

Disposals: 24 v Sydney, Round 6, Gabba.

Contested possessions: 12 v Sydney, Round 6, Gabba.

Uncontested possessions: 16 v St Kilda, semi-final, Metricon Stadium.

Inside-50s: 7 v Gold Coast, Round 12 Gabba and v Fremantle, Round 15, Metricon Stadium.

Rebound-50s: 4 v 4 v Greater Western Sydney, Round 8, Giants Stadium and v Fremantle, Round 15, Metricon Stadium.

Marks: 9 v Gold Coast, Round 12, Gabba.

Intercepts: 8 v Port Adelaide, Round 11, Adelaide Oval.

Score involvements: 6 v Port Adelaide, Round 11, Adelaide Oval.

Tackles: 5 v North Melbourne, Round 7, Metricon Stadium.

One-percenters: 4 v Gold Coast, Round 12, Gabba and v Geelong, Grand Final, Gabba.

Metres gained: 540 v Sydney, Round 6, Gabba.

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Round 15: McIntosh swoops in and buries the crumbs

Richmond extends its lead with a good pick-up and goal from Kamdyn McIntosh.

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Richmond rankings

No. 4 for inside-50s.

No. 4 for metres gained.

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2020 JDM: Kevin Bartlett Medal

Kamdyn McIntosh accepts the 2020 Kevin Bartlett Medal.

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Richo says:

“If there was a comeback player of the year award in the AFL competition, it would have to go to Kamdyn McIntosh. His top-five placing in the Club’s Best and Fairest was richly deserved. Played the wing role all season and used his attributes to perfection. Provided elite run back and forward on a consistent basis. Also was reliable in front of goal when needed. He gives the entire playing group a lift with his great personality, and that would have been much needed in the hub.”