Evergreen midfielder Travis Boak continued to prove age is just a number by putting together another stellar season in 2020.
The 32-year-old showed no signs of slowing down, playing all 19 games and leading the Power in disposals (22.9) and clearances (5.1) per game, ranking elite in both categories, while eclipsing the 20-possession mark in 14 games, despite 2020’s shorter quarter lengths, and booting eight goals for good measure.
The former captain received his second Showdown Medal for his strong showing in the Prison Bars, was selected in his third All-Australian team, named in the centre and as vice-captain, and also finished runner-up for the AFL Players Association MVP, AFL Coaches Association Champion Player of the Year and Brownlow Medal, finishing with an equal career-high 21 votes from the umpires.
- All Australian (2013, 2014, 2020)
- All Australian nominee (2019)
- International Rules (2014, 2017)
- Rising Star nominee (Round 19, 2007)
- Showdown Medal (2013, 2020)
- Peter Badcoe Medal (2014, 2014, 2019)
- Shanghai Medal (2018, 2019)
- Runner-up Brownlow Medal (2020)
- Runner-up AFLPA MVP (2020)
- Runner-up AFLCA Champion Player of the Year (2020)
- John Cahill Medal (2011, 2019)
- Runner-up best and fairest (2013, 2014, 2020)
- Captain (2013-18)
- Gavin Wanganeen Medal (2009)
- John McCarthy Award (2019)
- Fos Williams Medal (2013, 2014, 2014, 2019, 2020)
- Coaches’ Award (2008)
- Life Member (2016)