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  • Uploaded on presents. The 2005 Charles Brownlow Medal For Best and Fairest player in the AFL. and…. The Jo Bailey Medal. For “Best and Fairest” Brownlow companion. C. Judd (West Coast Eagles) 2004 Charles Brownlow Medallist. R. Twigley (West Coast Eagles)

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footballinvective com presents presents

The 2005 Charles Brownlow Medal

For Best and Fairest player in the AFL


The Jo Bailey Medal

For “Best and Fairest” Brownlow companion


C. Judd (West Coast Eagles)

2004 Charles Brownlow Medallist

R. Twigley (West Coast Eagles)

2004 Jo Bailey Medallist

mirror mirror on the wall

Mirror Mirror on the wall..

Who’s the “Best and Fairest” of them all…?


Nick Dal Santo: Well out of his depth with this one

Brodie Holland: someone’s pinched my Nana’s curtains



Akker: that bow tie’s fooling no one – money can’t buy class (though it looks like it can buy implants – compare with 2003)

Mrs Buckley: Dress by Playboy Mansion; Hair by LA porn studio


Jo Silvagni: The Michael Tuck of Brownlows

– a proven performer, even after 16 seasons


Tuck and partner:

Take a bow

No, no, really!

Luke Hodge: Wore his standard issue Hawthorn footy boots – won’t be getting any dirt on this pair either


Robbo: A true lair on and off the field

Matt Maguire: Not bad for Barry’s whipping boy


Steven King: They breed ‘em keen down in Geelong

Richie Vandenberg; That dress is like Hawthorn’s game plan – all over the shop


Cameron Bruce: Nice of him to take his Mum

Robert Harvey: Bet he’d swap his 2 Brownlows for a real coach any day


Christie Malthouse: More than a few blokes would like to boundary ride her

Mrs Hird: Hard to fault this year


Scott West; You can take the boy out of Footscray, but you can’t take Footscray out of the boy

Lindsay Gilbee; Both over-rated


Jonathan Brown: Apparently she’s from Warnambool too. Which makes her all the more impressive.

Kane Cornes: Did he find her at the Alberton greyhound stop on the way over?


Daniel Cross: Lucky it’s school holidays so she could stay out late (dress by Kermit the Frog)

Jason Johnson: Unspectacular on the field; off-field is another matter


Spider: Kindly took his parole officer

Giansiracusa: She’s easily the best thing to come out of the Whitten Oval since E.J.


Pavlich: He’ll be hoping all his other limbs are still in working order

“Fanta Pants” Ling: Just goes to show that any bloke can pick up in Geelong


Andrew McLeod: Straight off the set of “Bold and the Beautiful”

Chad Fletcher: Nice drumsticks


Shane Woewoedin: Yep, still a has-been

Mark Coughlan: Can I see your IDs please?

Heath Black: Someone call Sweden - ABBA want their dress back


Daniel Kerr: An honourable runner-up in both medals

Andrew Embley: Finger painting, anyone?


Ben Cousins: Mr Consistency

Nick Riewoldt: Like the rest of his season, we expected more from him


Luke Ball: are they shoes or did a couple of seagulls crap on his feet?

“Essendon, M Johnson: 3 Votes!”


Ben Rutten: is she a time traveller from a Cyndi Lauper video clip, circa 1984?

Adam Simpson: Like his team, an under-achiever this September


Back-to-back Baileys for the girl from the West.

A Brownlow great – she’s a modern day Bob Skilton