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2022 HS Brownlow Form Guide
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Brownlow Medalists
1926 - Ivor Warne-Smith
1928 - Ivor Warne-Smith
1946 - Don Cordner
1982 - Brian Wilson
1984 - Peter Moore
1991 - Jim Stynes
2000 - Shane Woewodin

Most Brownlow Medal Votes -  (*)  Both Umpires awarded votes in 1976 & 1977
150 - Robert Flower (*),  116 - Greg Wells (*),  105 - Jim Stynes,  104 - Gary Hardeman (*),  93 - Denis Cordner,  89 - Max Gawn *
85 - Clayton Oliver *,   82 - Stan Alves (*),  81 - Nathan Jones,  79 - David Neitz,   78 - Ivor Warne-Smith,  73 - Jack Mueller, 
71 - Adem Yze,  70 - Hassa Mann,  66 - Allan LaFontaine.  65 - Brian Dixon,  61 - Ron D. Barassi,  60 - John Beckwith, 
55 - Todd Viney,  54 - Don Cordner,  53 - Percy Beames,  52 - Brian Wilson,  51 - Travis Johnstone,  48 - Christian Petracca *

Most Brownlow Medal Votes in a Season   (*)  Both Umpires awarded votes in 1976 & 1977
31 - Clayton Oliver (2021 - 3rd)
28 - Greg Wells (1976)  (*)
27 - Gary Hardeman (1977)  (*)
25 - Jim Stynes (1991 - Winner)
24 - Peter Moore (1984 - Winner),  Shane Woewodin (2000 - Winner)
23 - Gary Hardeman (1974 - 2nd),  Brian Wilson (1982 - Winner)
22 - Greg Wells (1972 - 2nd),  Robert Flower (1977)  (*)
21 - Angus Brayshaw (2018 - 3rd)
20 - Don Cordner (1946 - Winner),  Greg Wells (1977)  (*),  Todd Viney (1998),  Christian Petracca (2020 - 3rd)


Polled in Most Games in a Season
13 - Clayton Oliver (2021)
11 - Peter Moore (1984),  Jim Stynes (1991),  Shane Woewodin (2000)


Top 3
1924 - Albert Chadwick  (2nd)
1925 - Albert Chadwick  (3rd)
1926 - Ivor Warne-Smith  (W),  Bob C. Johnson  (2nd)
1927 - Dick Taylor  (2nd)
1928 - Ivor Warne-Smith  (W)
1929 - Ivor Warne-Smith  (2nd)
1937 - Jack Mueller  (3rd)
1946 - Donald Cordner  (W)
1972 - Greg Wells  (2nd),  Gary Hardeman  (3rd)
1974 - Gary Hardeman  (2nd)
1975 - Stan Alves  (2nd)
1979 - Robert Flower  (3rd)
1982 - Brian Wilson  (W)
1984 - Peter Moore  (W), Robert Flower  (3rd)
1991 - Jim Stynes  (W)
2000 - Shane Woewodin  (W)
2002 - Adem Yze  (3rd)
2018 - Angus Brayshaw  (3rd)
2020 - Christian Petracca  (3rd)
2021 - Clayton Oliver  (3rd)

Most Club Brownlow Medal Votes in a Season
96  (2021)

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I had a dream last night

Neale and Miller were 2 votes up with last round votes to go... Neither polled a vote as last vote was entered MELBOURNE C ............................. OLIVER 3 VOTES🤩😍🥰😇 THEN PANDEMONIUM😁

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2 hours ago, picket fence said:

I had a dream last night

Neale and Miller were 2 votes up with last round votes to go... Neither polled a vote as last vote was entered MELBOURNE C ............................. OLIVER 3 VOTES🤩😍🥰😇 THEN PANDEMONIUM😁

Going by the age your dream will come true, Ollie will storm home with 8 votes in the last 3 rounds to beat Cribbs.

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6 hours ago, WheeloRatings said:

Here are my model's predictions based on in-game statistics.

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https://www.wheeloratings.com/afl_brownlow.html

Cheers mate

interesting that there are no Pies players in the top 20 after 16 wins… same with the odds 

Crisp is paying $67 to finish top 10. He is my hot tip for you punters out there

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They should do away with all the pretence and just invite the midfield group of each club. It's the same with the All Australian. They just cram inside midfielders onto the wings and flanks because they can't fit them all into the centre. 

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24 minutes ago, DubDee said:

Cheers mate

interesting that there are no Pies players in the top 20 after 16 wins… same with the odds 

Crisp is paying $67 to finish top 10. He is my hot tip for you punters out there

They generally didn't have consistently dominant players, at least statistically. That, and the fact they didn't have dominant wins, the team as a whole may not poll as many votes as a 16 win team would typically poll. I have Crisp and N. Daicos polling the most for Collingwood. 

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Round 23, Brisbane Verses Melbourne............................................Melbourne,..........C............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................Oliver........... 3 VOTES.

 

*Classic Gil.

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