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If there was one player that was born to play Australian Rules Football, it was Dick Reynolds. The famous Don remains to this day as the youngest Brownlow Medallist in the game’s history, at just 19 years and 90 days. In the years following his inaugural triumph, Richards again went on to win consecutive Brownlow Medals in 1937 and ’38 - a feat that has again stood the test of time, placing him as one of only four players to have won three Brownlow Medals in VFL/AFL history. An inaugural AFL Hall of Fame Legend, Reynolds will forever be regarded as one of the all-time greats of Australian sport.