Todd Goldstein the big mover in Round 9

Round 9 of the AFL season is now in the books and there were a few movers and shakers near the top of our leaderboard. For a full rundown on all the action, keep on reading. The big mover in Round 9 was Todd Goldstein. He ran riot with 45 hitouts Read More

3 reasons why an AFL Draft Lottery is a good idea

If you're an NBA fan then you would know that today was the Draft Lottery, one of the bigger days on the NBA calendar and a fantastic concept to boot. But could it work in the AFL? For those that don't know what the NBA Draft Lottery is, every May the Read More

Dangerfield holds firm after Round 8

Good news everyone, we're finally back online! All votes are now in for the season including Round 8 just gone. It comes as no surprise that Geelong ace Patrick Dangerfield is ahead of the pack, but there are some surprises. Jack Viney of Melbourne is a budding superstar and he sits Read More

Nat Fyfe 2015 Brownlow Medallist

Nat Fyfe has done it! The raging favourite has won the 2015 Brownlow Medal with a total of 31 votes to cap off a brilliant season and become the first Brownlow Medallist for the Fremantle Football Club. If you followed us here at Phantom Brownlow Medal then you will have made Read More

Brownlow Medal Night is here

Footballs night of nights is finally here. Tonight is Brownlow Medal night and it promises to be one of the most exciting counts in recent years. We have enjoyed bringing you the action again this year and have enjoyed your interaction over on our Phantom Brownlow Facebook page throughout the season. Read More

Can Patrick Dangerfield win the Brownlow Medal?

Ahh, Patrick Dangerfield of the Adelaide Crows. Or should way say Geelong now? Either way you look at it, he is a genuine chance of becoming the first player to switch clubs the same year of winning a Brownlow Medal. Most bookies have him around $8.00 to win the Brownlow Medal, Read More

    Phantom Brownlow Medal Count 2016

    Nat Fyfe won the
    2015 Brownlow Medal

    Welcome to the 2016 edition of the Phantom Brownlow Medal. We are your number one resource for all things Brownlow Medal betting this season.

    Last season was tough to find much value as Nat Fyfe bolted away to win, holding off 2014 winner Matt Priddis by 3 votes. As always though, we provided you with plenty of winners at big odds, especially with the Team Most Votes markets which are back bigger than ever this year.

    Once again we will be using the same concept to pick our winner in 2016. By combining the media votes of The Herald Sun, The Age and The AFLCA we let the experts do the voting for us and at the same time get a pretty accurate consensus on every game.

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    Brownlow Medal Main Contenders in 2016

    Patrick Dangerfield Profile

    An obvious favourite for the Brownlow Medal. He is a prolific vote getter having polled 20+ in each of the past four seasons. In fact since 2012 he has polled 88 votes from 85 games, polling in 36 of those at a rate of 42.3% which is astronomical. Of those 36 games, he polled 3 votes in 22 which is even more remarkable.

    Luke Parker Profile

    Luke Parker has emerged as a genuine A-Grade midfielder of the AFL and is set to feature heavily in Brownlow Medal betting. However he has plenty of work to do given he has polled just 26 votes in total over his 90 game career. However 21 of those votes have come the past two years and he has lifted to another level in 2016.

    Dan Hannebery Profile

    You will find that Dan Hannebery is one of the most prolific vote getters currently in the AFL. Since 2012 he has polled in 27 of his 81 matches which is a rate of 33.3%, well above average. He has polled 68 votes during that same period and has polled 20+ votes twice, including 24 votes in season 2015.


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    Sam Mitchell Profile

    Here is a man who needs no introduction as he is always near the top of Brownlow Medal markets. Mitchell rates as one of the most prolific Brownlow Medal pollers of all time. Since 2005 he has polled a whopping 192 votes from 213 matches. Of those games he has polled in 89 and that is a strike rate of 41.8%!

    Joel Selwood Profile

    Joel Selwood will relish having Patrick Dangerfield join him in the Cats midfield in season 2016, relieving his workload significantly. Selwood has polled at least 13 votes every season since 2008 including 27 votes when he was runner up in 2013. During that period he has polled 148 votes, including votes in 69 of 165 matches (41.8%).

    Lance Franklin Profile

    You can be sure Lance Franklin will be up there in Bownlow Medal betting this year. The superstar is one of the best players in the competition and can turn matches off his own boot. He also knows how to poll votes too. Since 2008 he has polled 101 votes from his 150 matches, including votes in 46 of those games.

    Matt Priddis Profile

    The 2014 Brownlow Medallist has polled 28 and 26 votes over the past two seasons and is at the peak of his powers. His long blonde locks, plus his hard at it contested style of play means that the he definitely stands out to the umpires. Priddis has polled 129 votes over 188 home and away games during his stellar career.

    Jack Viney Profile

    The Melbourne son of a gun Jack Viney is expected to feature pretty high in the Brownlow Medal this year. This will be his fourth season at AFL level and so far he has polled only 5 votes from his short 49 game career. Not great reading, but season 2016 is likely to be a breakthrough season for him.

    Dylan Shiel Profile

    Dylan Shiel has been in the AFL system for five years now and has polled just 8 career votes, however he is one of the most important players for the GWS Giants. With the Giants expected to make the finals in 2016, you can expected that Shiel will play a major role in their resurgence.

    Gary Ablett Profile

    He may be getting older and more injury prone nowadays, but write off Gary Ablett at your own peril. This is a guy who has won two Brownlow Medals and has polled 200 votes from 162 games since 2008. That means an average of 1.23 votes a game and a strike rate of 55.5%, so we say again write him off at you own peril.


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    Phantom Brownlow Standings

    1   Dangerfield, Patrick 14
    2   Goldstein, Todd 11
      Viney, Jack 11
      Hannebery, Dan 11
    5   Selwood, Joel 10
      Coniglio, Stephen 10
      Franklin, Lance 10
    8   Kennedy, Josh 9
      Gibbs, Bryce 9
      Lynch, Tom 9
        See Full Standings...  

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