2003 – Crows champion Mark Ricciuto became the Club’s first-ever winner of the Brownlow Medal in 2003. Ricciuto collected 22 votes to tie with Adam Goodes and Nathan Buckley. The AFL Hall of Famer also finished second behind Chris Judd the following season.

2 – McLeod (21 votes) finished runner-up to Brisbane Lions star Jason Akermanis (23) votes in the 2001 Brownlow Medal count. He finished third the year prior, four votes behind Melbourne midfielder Shane Woewodin.

146 – Votes Ricciuto polled in his decorated career – ranked 26th in VFL/AFL history and No.1 at Adelaide. Andrew McLeod is a mere four votes behind on 142.

5 – In the past two seasons, a Crow has finished in fifth place in the Brownlow Medal. Scott Thompson (25 votes) finished fifth behind overall winner Jobe Watson in 2012, while Patrick Dangerfield polled 22 votes to claim fifth spot last season.

2 – Ricciuto was the king of the ‘two votes’. ‘Roo’ received two votes from the umpires 28 times in his career. Only Dane Swan (32) and Scott West (31) have collected more ‘twos’ than Ricciuto.

3 – The majority of McLeod’s Brownlow votes were ‘threes’. The Crows games record holder earned best-afield honours from the men in charge on 31 occasions compared to 18 ‘two votes’ and 13 single votes.

0 – All-Australian defender Brodie Smith has never polled a vote in the Brownlow Medal. Matthew Jaensch, David Mackay, Josh Jenkins, Brodie Martin, Luke Brown, Matt Crouch and Mitch Grigg are among the other Crows also looking for their first Brownlow votes.

25 –Scott Thompson holds the record for most Brownlow Medal votes by a Crow in a single season. Thompson polled 25 in 2012. The previous best was Mark Ricciuto (23) in 2004, which was equalled by Patrick Dangerfield in 2012.

22 – Votes Dangerfield polled last season to finish fifth in the count. This included six best-on-grounds (three votes) from the umpires.

124 – Career votes Scott Thompson has received – the most of any current Crow. Of the current group of AFL players, only Chris Judd, Gary Ablett, Sam Mitchell, Brent Harvey, Dane Swan, Adam Goodes and Nick Dal Santo have polled more Brownlow votes than the evergreen Thompson.

3 – Four players, Haydn Bunton, Ian Stewart, Dick Reynolds and Bob Skilton, share the prestigious honour of being three-time Brownlow Medallists. Bunton is the only player in history (of players to play 50 or more games) to average more than a vote a game (1.04).

1,556 – Votes polled by Crows players since the Club’s first AFL season in 1991. This includes 320 ‘three votes’, 222 ‘two votes’ and 308 ‘one vote’.

93 – Votes earned by Crows players in 1996 – a Club record. Adelaide’s worst Brownlow showing was in 2011 when the Club received only 39 votes.

3 – Of the current AFL clubs, only Port Adelaide, Fremantle and newcomers Greater Western Sydney are yet to produce a Brownlow Medallist.

0 – No Crows players were awarded a vote in Adelaide’s one-point win over Hawthorn in Round 12, 1992. On only 11 occasions has a winning side failed to register a vote from the umpires in Brownlow Medal history.

14 – The Sydney Swans (formerly South Melbourne) have won more Brownlow Medals than any other club. This includes three-time winner Skilton and dual Brownlow Medallist Goodes.

9 – Two-time Brownlow Medallist Gary Ablett Jr holds the record for the vote-polling games in succession. Ablett earned votes in nine straight matches for Geelong between Round 20, 2009 and Round Seven, 2010.

3 – Scott Thompson has been Adelaide’s leading vote-getter in three of the past four Brownlow Medal counts (2012, 2011 and 2010).