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Carlton’s Patrick Cripps awarded AFL’s Brownlow Medal

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Carlton captain Patrick Cripps has won his first Brownlow Medal in a thrilling count on Sunday night.

Cripps snatched the lead with three votes in Carlton’s heartbreaking Round 23 loss to Collingwood to win the AFL’s highest individual honour on 29 votes ahead of Brisbane’s Lachie Neale (28 votes) and Gold Coast’s Touk Miller (27).

Neale polled one vote from the umpires in the Lions’ loss to Melbourne and Miller failed to poll a vote in the Suns’ big win over North Melbourne.

Cripps, 27, is the first Blue to win the Brownlow since former skipper Chris Judd in 2010.

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