As the focal point of the Saints' attack and a new member of the leadership group, Tim Membrey shouldered a great deal of responsibility in Season 2019.
But the No. 28 didn't let the weight of expectation impact his season, responding to the challenge with an equal career-best 44 goals and an impressive 124 marks both deep in attack and higher up the ground.
The key forward was inducted into St Kilda's six-man leadership group in 2020, and captained the red, white and black in its landmark Moorabbin clash as part of the Marsh Community Series.
With a new forward line around him in 2020, the fan-favourite Saint has continued to deliver as newcomers Dan Butler and Max King help stretch opposition defences to their limits.
Membrey bagged multiple majors against Richmond (three), Fremantle (three), Port Adelaide (two) and Essendon (two), with a freakish mid-air slice against the Power in his 100th game one of the most sensational goals of the season.
Membrey was originally selected by Sydney with pick No. 46 in the 2012 National Draft, before making his way to St Kilda at the end of 2014.