Ollie Wines 2020 season began in disastrously familiar territory as a pre-season training collision left him with a dislocated shoulder and likely to miss a significant chunk of the club’s 150th anniversary season. However, Wines was one of the few benefactors of the coronavirus-enforced season shutdown given his latest shoulder setback would only cost him two games in the end.
The midfield bull returned to Port’s midfield in Round 3 and by season’s end he was back to his bullocking best as a key contributor to the club’s charge towards the minor premiership and finals campaign.
He finished the season ranked third for disposals per game (21.8) and second for clearances (81). His performances at the coal face also stacked up across the competition, with the 26-year-old finishing top 10 in the AFL for stoppage clearances and top 15 for contested possessions, total clearances, inside 50s and handballs.
- Rising Star nominee (Round 1, 2013)
- AFLPA 22under22 (2015, 2016, 2017)
- Runner-up best and fairest (2016, 2018)
- Captain (2019)
- Gavin Wanganeen Award (2013, 2014, 2015)
- Best Finals Player (2020)