The highlight for Jarrod Berry in 2020 came when younger brother Thomas made his debut for the Lions in round two.
The pair are best of mates and it was a lifelong dream for both to run out alongside each other in an AFL game.
But that’s not to say Jarrod didn’t produce a few highlights of his own.
His ability to win the footy coupled with his pace make him a dangerous player inside and outside the contest and he used that ability to produce another solid season for the Lions.
His best game of the year came on the biggest occasion of the home and away season when he collected 24 possessions and kicked a brilliant left foot goal in a Friday night footy blockbuster against Collingwood.
He was also among the goals against West Coast in round three when he snared three and St Kilda in round 13 when he added two goals to his 23 disposals.
A shoulder injury suffered against Gold Coast in round 16 kept him out of the two final home and away games of the season.
He returned to be once again among the Lions’ best in the 15-point qualifying final win over Richmond.
Berry is contracted until the end of 2022 and is expected to continue his development in the Lions’ engine room.