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Tom Mitchell the latest to join the Hawks' Brownlow club

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24th September, 2018
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Tom Mitchell has won the 2018 Brownlow Medal, polling 28 votes.

He is the sixth Hawthorn player to win the AFL’s most prestigious individual award.

HAWTHORN BROWNLOW MEDALLISTS

2018 – Tom Mitchell – 28 votes

2012 – Sam Mitchell – 26 (tied with Richmond’s Trent Cotchin; medal originally awarded to then stripped from Essendon’s Jobe Watson)

1999 – Shane Crawford – 28

1987 – John Platten – 20 (tied with St Kilda’s Tony Lockett)

1986 – Robert DiPierdomenico – 17 (tied with Sydney’s Greg Williams)

1949 – Col Austen – 23 (tied with South Melbourne’s Ron Clegg)

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PAST 10 BROWNLOW MEDALLISTS

2018 – Tom Mitchell (Hawthorn) – 28 votes

2017 – Dustin Martin (Richmond) – 36

2016 – Patrick Dangerfield (Geelong) – 35

2015 – Nathan Fyfe (Fremantle) – 31

2014 – Matt Priddis (West Coast) – 26

2013 – Gary Ablett Jr (Gold Coast) – 28

2012 – Trent Cotchin (Richmond), Sam Mitchell (Hawthorn) – 26

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2011 – Dane Swan (Collingwood) – 34

2010 – Chris Judd (Carlton) – 30

2009 – Gary Ablett Jr (Geelong) – 30.