Tonight, we celebrated footy's night of nights: the Brownlow Medal. Every year, the Brownlow Medal is awarded to the best and fairest player in the league, based on the umpires' votes throughout the regular season (I guess it's similar to an MVP). You could be forgiven for thinking that the Brownlow was named after me ('cause I'm brown and my name is pab-LO... brownLO...), but it was actually named after Charles "Chas" Brownlow, a great player and administrator from the early days of the game.
As you can see, I dressed up for the occasion. It's strictly a black tie affair, and a night for the players' wives and partners to strut their stuff on the red carpet. It's the Oscars of AFL.
The medal was won this year by Jimmy Bartel, from the Geelong Cats, who scored 29 votes. Congrats, Jimmy!
The d-o-gzillaz really enjoyed the night, by the way. Here they are watching Jimmy:
I know he doesn't look very happy. I think he was just overwhelmed and a bit emotional. Who can blame him? His name was written in the AFL history books tonight!
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