Herald Sun - Player Of The Year

The Herald Sun Player Of The Year voting has now closed with the final round of matches played for the AFL season. It was indeed another epic count which came down to the final day of the season. Joel Selwood managed to poll 3 votes against Brisbane in the final match Read More

The Age - Footballer Of Year 2014

Scott Pendlebury ($13.00) has wrapped up a mixed season by winning The Age Footballer Of The Year Award, winning the honour convincingly in the end and rounding out one of his better seasons to date. While Pendlebury would be wrapped with the award, it is only a small consolation after a Read More

Josh Kennedy wraps up award in Round 22

Well after Round 22 our Phantom Brownlow Medal is now done and dusted for season 2014 with one game remaining. Josh Kennedy now has an unassailable lead despite the fact he did not even play on the weekend. We announced Josh Kennedy won our award a couple of days ago, but Read More

Buddy the big mover in Round 21

There was very little movement in our Phantom Brownlow Medal leaderboard after a pretty slow Round 21 for our leaders. Only two players in the top eleven polled votes and with only two rounds remaining, it makes for an exciting conclusion! Josh Kennedy retains his 4 vote lead at the top Read More

Kennedy injury shakes up Brownlow betting

The 2014 Brownlow Medal has seen a major reshape in odds after the injury of Sydney Swans star midfielder Josh Kennedy who suffered a hamstring injury on the weekend against St Kilda. Kennedy was subbed out of the game early in the second quarter with hamstring tightness and while the severity Read More

Kennedy for Brownlow after Round 20?

Round 20 was an absolute cracker with some crucial Brownlow Medal duals taking place, but it was Sydney star Josh Kennedy who was the final player laughing in our Phantom Brownlow Medal. Josh Kennedy is having a fine season and 3 votes are looking likely for his role in the Swans Read More

    Phantom Brownlow Medal Count 2014

    Gary Ablett won the
    2013 Brownlow Medal
    Welcome to the 2014 edition of the Phantom Brownlow Medal. We are your number one resource for all things Brownlow Medal betting this season.

    *We picked 8 of the top 10 last season!*

    Last season we correctly predicted the top three in order, as well as picking eight of the top ten players. We dare you to find anywhere else online that was as accurate as that!

    Again we will be using the same concept to pick our winner. By combining the media votes of The Herald Sun, The Age, SEN and The AFLCA we let the experts do the voting for us and at the same time get a pretty accurate consensus on each game.

    We will provide you with free stats and information from every game with a Brownlow Medal preview for each of those games, as well as the latest betting odds, play stats, plus info about every player's Brownlow Medal history.

    Our Phantom Brownlow Blog is a great place to check out Brownlow tips, bolters and musings from our Brownlow addict!

    Check out the current Phantom Brownlow Medal standings!

    Latest Round Results and Votes

      Western Bulldogs 109 115 GWS   View Votes
      Adelaide 141 62 St Kilda   View Votes
      Gold Coast 99 151 West Coast   View Votes
      Geelong 143 81 Brisbane   View Votes
      North Melbourne 123 93 Melbourne   View Votes
      Sydney 65 68 Richmond   View Votes
      Carlton 90 90 Essendon   View Votes
      Fremantle 105 97 Port Adelaide   View Votes
      Collingwood 56 121 Hawthorn   View Votes

    Brownlow Medal Main Contenders in 2014

    Joel Selwood Profile
    Selwood came oh so close to winning the Brownlow Medal last year, falling just 1 vote shy behind Ablett. He has polled 14+ votes in each of the past six seasons and polls at a rate of 42.3% which ranks him amongst the elite. We know the umpires love him, just take a look as his free kick tally, so he looks a super price here.
    Gary Ablett Profile
    The Gold Coast superstar became a dual Brownlow Medallist last season winning with a total of 28 votes. Given he has polled in 78 of his past 141 games (a rate of 55.1%) it is no surprise this vote getting machine is the bookies favourite to open 2014. With the Suns set to rise, Gaz shows no signs of slowing down.
    Josh Kennedy Profile
    Josh Kennedy is the quiet achiever of the AFL world, but he ranks up there amongst the elite midfielders in the competition. He has polled 19 and 14 in each of the past two seasons and polled in 13 of 44 games, meaning he is most definitely a player the umpires notice. He is a genuine Brownlow Medal chance.
    Scott Pendlebury Profile
    Named as the new skipper of Collingwood in the preseason, Pendlebury is another who has no trouble polling votes. However he needs to find a way to beat teammate Dane Swan first before he can even think about winning the Brownlow Medal. Swan leads him 5-1 overall, so ponder that before placing bets.
    Matt Priddis Profile
    Matt Priddis has been a revelation since being taken with a 2005 Rookie Draft pick in 2005. He has amassed 72 career Brownlow Medal votes in 143 home and away matches, including polling in 34 matches in total. Priddis has polled 13, 9, 19 and 13 votes over the past four years and could be set to better that in 2014.

    Read our full 2014 Brownlow Medal preview here

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    Phantom Brownlow Standings

    1   Kennedy, Josh 26
    2   Selwood, Joel 23
    3   Ablett, Gary 22
    4   Fyfe, NathanINEL 21
      Gray, Robbie 21
    6   Franklin, Lance 19
      Priddis, Matt 19
    8   Pendlebury, Scott 18
      Lewis, Jordan 18
    10   Cotchin, Trent 17
        See Full Standings...  

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    The Age - Footballer Of Year 2014
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    Wednesday August 27th
    Buddy the big mover in Round 21
    Friday August 22nd
    Kennedy injury shakes up Brownlow betting
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