Jack Bowes has won the Hostplus Most Professional award at the 2019 Club Champion.
Into his third season of AFL football, Bowes took a big step up on the field in 2019, playing more midfield minutes than ever before.
It came off the back of his strongest pre-season to date where Bowes was able to build his fitness and strength levels.
Bowes has played 15 games this season where he’s averaged 18.4 disposals, 3.5 marks and 3.7 tackles.
In Round 11 against GWS, Bowes suffered a quad injury which would see him miss the next two months of football.
But the rising midfielder showed professionalism in the way he attacked his rehab to return late in the season and play the remaining four games.
Recognised as an emerging leader at the SUNS, the 21-year-old has also taken strides in that area, starting to sit in on some leadership meetings with his teammates.