MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA - SEPTEMBER 23: Gary Ablett of the Suns poses with the medal after winning the 2013 Brownlow Medal at Crown Palladium on September 23, 2013 in Melbourne, Australia. (Photo by Quinn Rooney/Getty Images)

Which players have polled the most Brownlow votes in the history of the award?

Tonight’s Brownlow Medal count see some movement in the all time Brownlow medal votes leader board.

Gold Coast skipper Gary Ablett needs just two votes to over take St Kilda legend Robert Harvey and move into second place, while Hawks’ star Sam Mitchell needs just seven votes to move into fourth for the most Brownlow votes ever polled.

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Most Brownlow votes ever polled:

  1. 246 – Gary Dempsey (Footscray/North Melbourne)
  2. 215 – Robert Harvey (St Kilda)
  3. 214Gary Ablett Jnr (Geelong/Gold Coast)
  4. 210Chris Judd (West Coast/Carlton)
  5. 204Sam Mitchell (Hawthorn)
  6. 202– Leigh Matthews (Hawthorn)
  7. 187Brent Harvey (North Melbourne)
  8. 186Dane Swan (Collingwood)
  9. 184 – Simon Black (Brisbane)
  10. 180 – Bob Skilton (South Melbourne/Sydney)
  11. 178Nathan Buckley (Brisbane/Collingwood)
  12. 178 – Kevin Murray (Fitzroy)
  13. 175 – Scott West (Western Bulldogs)
  14. 172 – Bill Hutchison (Essendon)
  15. 165 – Keith Greg (North Melbourne)
  16. 163Adam Goodes (Sydney)
  17. 161 – Garry Wilson (Fitzroy)
  18. 160 – Kevin Bartlett (Richmond)
  19. 159 – Shane Crawford (Hawthorn)
  20. 154 – Dick Reynolds (Essendon)

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