1930 Brownlow Medal

The 1930 Brownlow Medal was the seventh year the award was presented to the player adjudged the fairest and best player during the Victorian Football League (VFL) home and away season.[1] Harry Collier of the Collingwood Football Club, Allan Hopkins of the Footscray Football Club, and Stan Judkins of the Richmond Football Club all won the medal by polling four votes during the 1930 VFL season.[2] It was the first time the medal was won by more than one player in the same season.

1930 Brownlow Medal
WinnersHarry Collier (Collingwood)
Allan Hopkins (Footscray)
Stan Judkins (Richmond)
4 votes

Leading votegetters

=1stHarry Collier (Collingwood)4
Allan Hopkins (Footscray)
Stan Judkins (Richmond)
=4thAlbert Collier (Collingwood)3
Keith Forbes (Essendon)
Charles Chapman (Fitzroy)
George Todd (Geelong)
Jack Sharpley (Hawthorn)
Bob Johnson (Melbourne)
Bert Foster (Richmond)
Peter Reville (South Melbourne)


  1. Lovett, Michael (ed.). AFL Record Season Guide 2009. Docklands, Victoria: Slattery Media Group. p. 496. ISBN 978-0-9805162-6-5.
  2. "1930 Brownlow Medal". Retrieved 21 August 2015.

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