Brownlow Brownlow Medal 2021 - Congratulations Ollie Wines 🥂

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The AFL has today announced the 2021 Charles Brownlow Medal Count will commence at 7:30pm AEST/5:30pm AWST on Sunday September 19, broadcast live on the Seven Network.

2021 marks the 94th year the Charles Brownlow Medal will be awarded to the league’s fairest and best player with state-based venues across the country set to host players for the count, including a Western Australian event held at Optus Stadium.

Invited players will attend the location closest to where they are currently residing.

General Manager of Commercial and Customer Kylie Rogers said the league was looking forward to the Brownlow Medal Count once again opening the festivities of Grand Final week.

“The Charles Brownlow Medal is one of our game’s highest individual honours and continues to be one of the most prestigious nights on the AFL calendar," Ms Rogers said.

“On behalf of the AFL, I thank the Seven Network for their support of the Brownlow Medal Count and for delivering a broadcast that allows fans to continue to celebrate players and their achievements across another incredible Toyota AFL Premiership Season.

“The health and safety of everyone in the game and the wider community remains paramount and each event held at the five venues across the country will be delivered in a COVID-safe manner.”

Managing Director Seven Melbourne and Head of Network Sport, Lewis Martin, said:

“We can’t wait to bring fans all the excitement of the Brownlow Medal count again in 2021 on what is undoubtedly one of football’s most magical nights. Following the success of Seven’s groundbreaking broadcast last year, our team will again be ready to track all the leading contenders throughout the night wherever they are across the country, as this year’s winner of the game’s most coveted individual award is crowned.”

AFL Chief Executive Gillon McLachlan will be in Western Australia to read the votes on the evening.

Media arrangements and key timings for the 2021 Charles Brownlow Medal Count will be communicated in the coming week.


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Winner with 36 votes

 
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Mitch McGovern representing Carlton.
And will be eating for 12.
Beat that essendon.


And yes, they already know who wins it.
 
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Jakksynn

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I have a question, if they’re holding events in each state, are they making a Brownlow to be at each different event in case a player from that state wins it?
 

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Golden_6

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I wonder if they’ll ask all of Bont, Wines and Oliver to remain in Perth even if they’re knocked out this week. The winner will be one of those.
 

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Players ineligible for the 2021 Brownlow Medal:

Adelaide Crows: N/A
Brisbane Lions: Dayne Zorko (Round 12)
Carlton: Lachie Plowman (Round 10), Zac Williams (Round 15)
Collingwood: Mark Keane (Round Five), Jordan De Goey (Round 13), Brody Mihocek (Round 22)
Essendon: N/A
Fremantle: Nathan Wilson (Round 12), Andrew Brayshaw (Round 21)
Geelong Cats: Patrick Dangerfield (Round One), Gary Rohan (Round Two)
Gold Coast SUNS: Touk Miller (Round Eight)
GWS GIANTS: Sam Reid (Round Two), Jeremy Finlayson (Round Eight), Toby Greene (Round 21)
Hawthorn: Mitchell Lewis (Round Four), Kyle Hartigan (Round 10), James Worpel (Round 13)
Melbourne: Jack Viney (Round 20)
North Melbourne: N/A
Port Adelaide: Scott Lycett (Round Eight)
Richmond: Marlion Pickett (Round 10)
St Kilda: Daniel McKenzie (Round Six)
Sydney Swans: Sam Wicks (Round 13)
West Coast Eagles: Liam Ryan (Round 15)
Western Bulldogs: Caleb Daniel (Round Four)
 

Tarkyn_24

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Players ineligible for the 2021 Brownlow Medal:

Adelaide Crows: N/A
Brisbane Lions: Dayne Zorko (Round 12)
Carlton: Lachie Plowman (Round 10), Zac Williams (Round 15)
Collingwood: Mark Keane (Round Five), Jordan De Goey (Round 13), Brody Mihocek (Round 22)
Essendon: N/A
Fremantle: Nathan Wilson (Round 12), Andrew Brayshaw (Round 21)
Geelong Cats: Patrick Dangerfield (Round One), Gary Rohan (Round Two)
Gold Coast SUNS: Touk Miller (Round Eight)
GWS GIANTS: Sam Reid (Round Two), Jeremy Finlayson (Round Eight), Toby Greene (Round 21)
Hawthorn: Mitchell Lewis (Round Four), Kyle Hartigan (Round 10), James Worpel (Round 13)
Melbourne: Jack Viney (Round 20)
North Melbourne: N/A
Port Adelaide: Scott Lycett (Round Eight)
Richmond: Marlion Pickett (Round 10)
St Kilda: Daniel McKenzie (Round Six)
Sydney Swans: Sam Wicks (Round 13)
West Coast Eagles: Liam Ryan (Round 15)
Western Bulldogs: Caleb Daniel (Round Four)
Mark Keane ineligible? That’s my night ******* ruined then isn’t it. 🥲
 

Dan

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You cannot leave your home other than for one of the five following reasons:*
  • Shopping for necessary goods and services.
  • Caregiving or compassionate reasons, including medical care or to get a COVID-19 test.
  • Authorised work (with a permit) or permitted education.
  • Exercise (once a day for 2 hours)
  • To get vaccinated at the nearest possible location.
I don't believe winning a Brownlow Medal is in that 5 reasons category.

*Melbourne
 

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Golden_6

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A Bont & Oliver tie would be great.

I feel like it will be a thrilling count for once this year. Bont to have a 3-4 vote lead with 3 rounds left and a couple might be able to mow him down at the very end.
 

Power Raid

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You cannot leave your home other than for one of the five following reasons:*
  • Shopping for necessary goods and services.
  • Caregiving or compassionate reasons, including medical care or to get a COVID-19 test.
  • Authorised work (with a permit) or permitted education.
  • Exercise (once a day for 2 hours)
  • To get vaccinated at the nearest possible location.
I don't believe winning a Brownlow Medal is in that 5 reasons category.

*Melbourne
mass vax brownlow night
 

Simon_Says

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The amount of players that start with C. . . . . .
On Melbournes list will make for a tense finish when C Salem takes a 3 Clarry needs to take the lead
 

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