Who won the Brownlow medal in 1993?
Gavin Wanganeen (Essendon)
The 1993 Brownlow Medallist was Gavin Wanganeen [Essendon].
Gavin Wanganeen for Essendon with 18 votes
Tony Liberatore of Footscray won the Brownlow Medal in 1990. This was the first year of the national competition - the AFL - Australian Football League. Edward Greeves of Geelong won the very first Brownlow ever awarded in the VFL - Victorian Football League: in those days, the competitions were run state by state, separately. The AFL is the national competition.
Last year it was Gary Ablett - officially, as decided by Brownlow Medal. Next week is the last home and away season's game for this 2010 season: can't see Ablett winning it again this year though. Chris Judd won the Brownlow Medal in 2010. Gary was the runner-up. 2011: Dane Swan 2012: Jobe Watson 2013: Gary Ablett
There are certainly were a number of great players who entertained crowds throughout the 2011 AFL season, therefore the answer could be debatable. However, the Brownlow Medal for 2011 went to Collingwood player Dane Swan. The Brownlow Medal - by definition - is given to the "fairest and best" player in the AFL, according to Wikipedia.
Dane Swan [Collingwood] was picked by some panels over the 2010 season. Chris Judd [Carlton] won the coveted Brownlow Medal - which is the most 'important' award each year - as voted weekly by the umpires. Gary Ablett [Geelong] was a big favourite with the bookies prior to the Brownlow medal count. And you could probably take your pick between Dale Thomas [Collingwood] and Brendan Goddard [St. Kilda] for the best player over the two…