Richmond superstar Dustin Martin has moved into equal-10th place on the list for most career Brownlow Medal votes.

Martin, who finished equal-fifth in last night’s 2020 count with 15 votes, now has an overall total of 191, which is the same as former North Melbourne star Brent Harvey.

Those 15 votes last night took Martin past five other Brownlow Medallists – Kevin Murray, Nathan Buckley, Bob Skilton, Simon Black and Dane Swan.

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Only four other current-day players have polled more Brownlow votes than him – Gary Ablett, Patrick Dangerfield, Joel Selwood and Scott Pendlebury.

Martin is the Tigers’ all-time leading Brownlow vote-winner, ahead of Kevin Bartlett and Matthew Richardson.

Dusty’s season-by-season Brownlow voting details

2010 – 6 votes

2011 – 12 votes

2012 – 5 votes

2013 – 16 votes

2014 – 13 votes

 2015 – 21 votes

 2016 – 25 votes

 2017 – 36 votes

2018 – 19 votes

2019 – 23 votes

2020 – 15 votes

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