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Steven May

Image DOB: 10 January 1992

MFC Debut: Round 2, 2019 vs Geelong at Kardinia Park

From: Southern Districts/Melbourne Grammar/Gold Coast, traded with Kade Kolodjashnij for 2018 National Draft pick #6

Number: 1 (2019-)

Honours:
All Australian - 2021 (defender)
Premiership player - 2021

Games: 48* (171* total to end 2021)
Goals: 2* (23 total)
Career statistics

WinsDrawsLossesWinning %
2911860.41

Statistical categories led:
Most rebounds 50s in a season - 142 (2021)

Signed as a Northern Territory priority selection by Gold Coast for their first season in the AFL. Captain of the Suns in 2017 and 2018 before being traded to Melbourne at the end of 2018 in a deal that saw Jesse Hogan join Fremantle.

Battled a hamstring injury in the pre-season, was suspended in the last pre-season game, then injured his groin on debut in Round 2. Returned in Round 12 and suffered two further hamstring injuries that ended his season after eight games.

His second season at Melbourne was more successful, playing all 17 games of the pandemic shortened year, providing a solid presence in defence in finishing third in the Best and Fairest award. May continued his strong form in 2021, forming the league's best defensive partnership with Jake Lever. Melbourne conceded the least points in the competition, and finished top of the ladder. A hamstring injury in the Preliminary Final almost cost May his place in the Grand Final side, but he was able to play. The injury reoccurred during the second quarter, but he completed the match and became a premiership player.

YearGamesGoalsBrownlow
2019 810
2020 1714
2021 2301

Tribunal record

RoundChargeSanction
Pre-season Careless conduct 1 week
Round 8, 2021 Striking $2000 fine

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