Has anyone won the brownlow but been suspended?

Last Update: April 20, 2022

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On three occasions, an ineligible player has tallied the highest number of Brownlow votes: In 1996, Corey McKernan received the same number of votes as the joint-winners James Hird and Michael Voss. McKernan was suspended for one match during the season for kneeing.

Who won Brownlow but was ineligible?

Since the award's inception in 1924, the Bulldogs have won a total of 10 Brownlow Medals. In 1997, Bulldogs forward Chris Grant polled 27 Brownlow votes, one more than winner Robert Harvey (St Kilda), but was ineligible to win due to a one-match suspension for striking Hawthorn's Nick Holland.

How much is the Brownlow medal worth?

The value is estimated to be between $75,000 and $100,000. "I don't think it gets much better than a Brownlow Medal," auctioneer Charles Leski said. "You always wait for calls from people willing to sell Brownlow Medals, but they are tightly held and prized.

Who won Brownlow 2020?

The 2020 Brownlow Medal was the 93rd year the award was presented to the player adjudged the best and fairest player during the Australian Football League (AFL) home-and-away season. Lachie Neale of the Brisbane Lions was the winner, with 31 votes.

Who has won 3 Brownlow medals?

  • Charles "Chas" Brownlow, namesake of the award.
  • Crown Casino, current home of the Brownlow Medal ceremony.
  • Haydn Bunton Sr., the first of four players to win three Brownlow Medals. He also holds the record for the highest career average of votes per game.

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Who has won multiple Brownlow medals?

Winners by season
  • Michael Voss, 1996 Brownlow Medallist.
  • Robert Harvey, 1997 and 1998 Brownlow Medallist.
  • Adam Goodes, 2003 and 2006 Brownlow Medallist.
  • Chris Judd, 2004 and 2010 Brownlow Medallist.
  • Jimmy Bartel, 2007 Brownlow Medallist.
  • Gary Ablett Jr., 2009 and 2013 Brownlow Medallist.
  • Trent Cotchin, 2012 Brownlow Medallist.

Who has the most Brownlow votes in history?

Ablett Jnr also received 122 votes from the umpires during his time at the Gold Coast Suns. His total career tally of 262 Brownlow Medal votes is the most by an individual player in the history of the award.

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Who won the Brownlow in 2010?

The 2010 Brownlow Medal was the 83rd year the award was presented to the player adjudged the fairest and best player during the Australian Football League (AFL) home and away season. Chris Judd of the Carlton Football Club won the medal by polling thirty votes during the 2010 AFL season.

When did Corey McKernan retire?

After a disappointing 2003 at Carlton, McKernan returned to the Kangaroos for one last season in 2004, after which he retired due to injury and poor form.

Which North Melbourne players have won a Brownlow?

Brownlow Medal
  • 1965 – Noel Teasdale.
  • 1973 – Keith Greig.
  • 1974 – Keith Greig.
  • 1978 – Malcolm Blight.
  • 1983 – Ross Glendinning.

Has anyone won a Brownlow in their first year?

In winning, Hardie joined the legendary Haydn Bunton Senior as the only players to have won the Brownlow Medal in their first season on VFL football. Hardie followed Graham Moss (1976) and Ross Glendinning (1983) as the West Australians who have won Australian Football's most prestigious individual playing award.

How many Brownlow votes did Dustin Martin get 2020?

Despite constant speculation over his playing future, Martin won the league's highest individual honour, the Brownlow Medal, with a record 36 votes, as well as a premiership and the Norm Smith Medal, becoming the first player to win all three in a single season.

Who won the Brownlow Medal in 2021?

AFL: Port Adelaide's Ollie Wines has been awarded the 2021 Brownlow Medal, finishing with 34 points and edging Western Bulldogs competition Marcus Bontempelli by just a single point. Port Adelaide wrecking ball Ollie Wines capped his extraordinary career revival taking out the Brownlow Medal on Sunday night.

Where is the Brownlow held 2021?

In conjunction with the grand final's move west, the 2021 Brownlow Medal is primarily taking place in Perth as the city hosts all the major events in the lead into the decider. Here's everything you need to know about the marquee event for football's top individual honour.

Who has won the most AFL premierships?

Essendon and Carlton have won the most VFL/AFL premierships, with a total of 16 each.

Who presented the Norm Smith Medal 2020?

Simon Black - One of just six men (Greg Williams, James Hird, Chris Judd, Jimmy Bartel, Dustin Martin) to boast a premiership medallion, Norm Smith medal and a Brownlow medal, Simon played a club-record 322 games for the Brisbane Lions between 1998-2013.