Adelaide forward Tom Lynch played 16 games in an injury-interrupted 2019. 

The Crows’ link-up man was a beast on the stats sheet and finished the season with an average of 20.4 disposals, 3.5 inside-50s, 335.3 metres gained, 7.3 marks and 7.4 score involvements per game, all ranked elite by Champion Data.

Lynch was ranked number one at the Club for score involvements per game in 2019, including 17 goals of his own.

At a glance (AFL):

Games: 16
Marks per game: 7.3
Score involvements per game: 7.4
Effective disposals per game: 14.1
Metres gained per game: 335.3

Best game:

Round Eight v Port Adelaide

Lynch dominated in Round Eight against the Power, booting three goals in the first Showdown of 2019.

But the 29-year-old didn’t stop there - his prolific game included 20 touches, 12 contested possessions, seven score involvements and six tackles.

A goal to Lynch early in the fourth quarter - courtesy of a smart tap-down by Taylor Walker - gave Adelaide the breathing room it needed to hold off a late Port Adelaide surge.