Adelaide defender Kyle Hartigan played his 100th game of AFL in 2019.
The 27-year-old played 19 games this season and finished in the top five at the Crows for spoils, contested defensive one-on-ones and intercept marks.
In March, Hartigan and his wife Emily announced on Instagram that they were expecting their first child in September.
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At a glance:
One percenters per game: 4.6
Spoils per game: 4.2
Intercept marks per game: 1.6
Round 12 v Greater Western Sydney
Hartigan matched up on Giants star Jeremy Cameron in Round 12, keeping the eventual Coleman Medal winner to just one goal.
The 27-year-old managed to get the best of Cameron on five different occasions, including two spoils and two intercept marks.
Hartigan also laid a big tackle on Giants midfielder Josh Kelly midway through the fourth quarter at a time when GWS threatened to runaway with the win.
Instead, the Crows kept GWS goalless for the rest of the match and finished 21-point winners at Adelaide Oval.