Cyril Rioli - Honours and Achievements

Honours and Achievements

Brownlow Medal votes
Season Votes
2008 2
2009 2
2010 6
2011 7
Total 17


  • AFL Premiership (Hawthorn): 2008


  • U/18 All-Australian: 2007
  • AFL Rising Star Award nominee, round 6 2008
  • AFL Goal of the Year nominee, round 6 2008
  • AFL Rising Star Award runner-up: 2008
  • Peter Crimmins Medal (Club best and fairest), sixth place, 2008
  • AFLPA Best Young Player 2008–2009
  • AFL Goal of the Year Winner, round 7 2009
  • Peter Crimmins Medal, second place, 2009
  • Peter Crimmins Medal, fourth place, 2010

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