Fremantle Dockers star Nat Fyfe wins his second Brownlow medal as the best and most honest player of the AFL
Nat Fyfe has won his second Brownlow medal as the best and most honest player of the AFL.
The Fremantle superstar, who also took home the prestigious prize in 2015, had a strong desire to poll well on Monday evening.
He rushed to the lead halfway through the count, which was over when he took an undeniable lead in round 21.
Hot favorite Patrick Dangerfield finished second with 27 votes, while Brisbane Lions superstar Lachie Neale finished third with 26.
Fyfe has now questioned more Brownlow voices than games he has played in his career – only the second player in the VFL / AFL history to have achieved the achievement.
More to come.
Nat Fyfe from the Fremantle Dockers and his partner Eleanor Brayshaw arrive at the Brownlow Medal ceremony 2019
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