1993 Brownlow Medal

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1993 Brownlow Medal
Winner Gavin Wanganeen (Essendon)
18 votes
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Network Seven Network

The 1993 Brownlow Medal was awarded to Gavin Wanganeen from the Essendon Football Club for being the best and fairest player during the 1993 Australian Football League home and away season. Wanganeen was the first Aboriginal player to win the Brownlow Medal in the history of the award; and, at age 20, was the youngest winner since Denis Ryan in 1936.[1]

Leading votegetters[edit]

Player Votes
1st Gavin Wanganeen (Essendon) 18
2nd Greg Williams (Carlton) 17
Ineligible Garry Hocking (Geelong) 17
=3rd Jason Dunstall (Hawthorn)
Wayne Carey (North Melbourne)
16
=5th Leon Cameron (Footscray)
Nathan Buckley (Brisbane)
14
Ineligible Wayne Schwass (North Melbourne) 14
7th Matthew Knights (Richmond) 13
Ineligible Gary Ablett (Geelong) 13
=8th Robert Harvey (St Kilda)
Damian Monkhorst (Collingwood)
Jim Stynes (Melbourne)
Scott Wynd (Footscray)
12

References[edit]

  1. ^ Greg Hobbs (25 September 1993), "Brownlow Fever", Football Record (Advance ed.) 82 (26): 6–7 

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