MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA - MARCH 23: Robbie Gray of the Power (L) celebrates the win with Travis Boak of the Power after winning his 200th match during the round one AFL match between the Melbourne Demons and the Port Adelaide Power at Melbourne Cricket Ground on March 23, 2019 in Melbourne, Australia. (Photo by Michael Dodge/Getty Images)

From 2010-2019, Port Adelaide have played in three finals series, notably reaching the semi-finals in 2013 and the preliminary finals in 2014.

Port Adelaide haven’t won a final since their 2014 campaign and will be hoping to break that duck in 2020.

The Power have suffered some horrible lows and tremendous highs over the course of the past decade, with these 10 men standing out above the rest.

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Jackson Trengove

Trengove is often a forgotten man when retelling the tales of Port Adelaide’s successes. The current Western Bulldog began his Power career in 2010 and played over 150 games in the following eight seasons. The tall utility’s impact on Port Adelaide’s triumphs in 2013 and 2014 cannot be understated after he turned away offers from Victoria in 2011 to stay with the struggling Power, winning the best-and-fairest award that season alongside Travis Boak. Trengove filled various spots in the lineup throughout his tenure at the club, including a critical role down back during the club’s strong 2014 season.

Trengove will always be a cult-hero amongst Power fans for his attack on the football and his dedication to the club during tough times.

PERTH, WESTERN AUSTRALIA – JULY 09: Jackson Trengove of the Power celebrates after scoring a goal during the round 16 AFL match between the West Coast Eagles and the Port Adelaide Power at Domain Stadium on July 9, 2017 in Perth, Australia. (Photo by Will Russell/AFL Media/Getty Images)
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