The brilliant and productive Lions midfielder has named the field the fairest and best player of the 2020 season, crossing over to the game’s highest singles honor ahead of Travis Boak of Port Adelaide, Christian Petracca of Melbourne and Jack Steele of St. Kilda.
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Neale, the overwhelming pre-count favorite, cast 31 votes to stand out ahead of Boak (21 votes) and Petracca and Steele (20 votes) as he added the coveted Brownlow Medal to a growing list of individual awards received during of his career in 178 games.
Neale has already been named MVP of the AFL Players ‘Association and Player of the Year of the AFL Coaches’ Association this season and is expanding his collection with a second All-Australian Blazer. This makes Neale only the fourth player in Brisbane to win the Brownlow Medal.
In doing so, he follows in the footsteps of club greats such as Michael Voss (1996), Jason Akermanis (2001) and Simon Black (2002) to achieve the remarkable achievement.
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It’s been a stellar season for Neale in Brisbane’s young and exciting midfield, averaging 27.5 disposals, 12.5 contested possessions, 5.3 clearances per game and scoring 11 goals to make the Lions their first final win in more than a year to run decade.
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