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Freemantle AFL star Nat Fyfe has won the 2015 Brownlow Medal.

24 year old Fyfe polled a record 17 votes in the first eight rounds of the season and a striking 31 votes to beat West Coast’s Matt Priddis.

He is the first player from Freemantle to win a Brownlow Medal.

Fyfe logged nine three vote games in 13 competitions, totaling the record for a Brownlow Medal winner set by Greg Williams in 1994.

Don’t expect to see much more of Fyfe until 2016. He is waiting for a plate to be implanted into his left leg after fracturing his fibula during last Friday’s opening.

A clash with Hawthorn’s Brian Lake left Fyfe limping for the rest of the game.

Later scans discovered that he has a fracture.

Where to watch the game?

AFL Grand Final Party 2015

TNT and The Elk Bar have teamed up once again to bring you the AFL Grand Final Party 2015!

Get your game face on for the biggest footy event of the year.

Doors open @ 4.30am K/O @ 5.30am.

You get a free beer and bacon roll on arrival with plenty of drinks concessions throughout the morning to help you cheer on your team and give the opposition some grief!

Get your kit on and you could win a 9-day Felucca Odyssey Tour for 2 people with Travel Talk plus some on the spot prizes.

Tickets are £10 each (inc free beer & bacon roll on arrival)

www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/tnt-afl-grand-final-party-tickets-18602688141

Elk Bar - 587 Fulham Road, London, SW6 5UA

4.30am-10.30am

Please bring a valid form of photo ID.




 

 


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