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Beginnings: On 4 July 1996 the Australian Football League (AFL) approved the first ever club merger in Victorian Football League (VFL) and AFL history. The Brisbane Bears and the Fitzroy Lions combined to form the Brisbane Lions. The merged entity was to play its home games at The Gabba.

Records:
  • * Highest score: 29.15 (189) v Adelaide (Gabba) Rd 17 2004
  • * Longest winning streak: 20 games Rd 10 2001 to Rd 4 2002
  • * Longest losing streak: 8 games Rd 21 1997 to Rd 5 1998
  • * Largest home attendance: 37,224 Lions v Collingwood Rd 15 2005
  • * Largest attendance: 91,817 Lions v Collingwood GF 2002 MCG
  • * Most Goals in a Game: 10 Jonathan Brown v Carlton Gabba Rd 16 2007
  • * Largest Winning Margin: 141 pts v Adelaide Gabba Rd 17 2004
  • * Largest Losing Margin: 139 pts v St Kilda TD Rd 22 2005
Full Ladder Team P W L D FOR AGNST % PTS
17 Brisbane Lions 22 3 19 0 1770 2872 61.6 12

Pick No.15: Zac Bailey

Welcome to the Den: Zac Bailey With pick number 15, we're chosen Zac Bailey in this years AFL Draft.

Steve Conole, Recruiting Manager, says:

“He’s a beauty Zac. He’s an NT boy who has spent the last couple of years at boarding school in Adelaide at PAC College. He’s had a huge year, he’s had to balance his school footy, his SANFL footy with Norwood, he’s played for NT and he’s played for the Allies. He’s got genuine pace. His ability to get in and out of traffic is elite. I’m sure he’ll become a solid midfielder in AFL.”

Zac Bailey has been selected by the Brisbane Lions with Pick No. 15 at the 2017 NAB AFL Draft.

The selection caps off an incredible year for the 18-year-old, after being unknown to national recruiters twelve months ago.

It was Bailey’s turn for the Allies at the NAB AFL U18 Championships, where he took All Australian honours, that got them talking.

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Draft Wrap

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Western Jets junior Cameron Rayner was selected as the Brisbane Lions number one pick earlier this evening at the 2017 NAB AFL Draft in Sydney.

Brisbane Lions Senior Coach Chris Fagan proudly presented Rayner with his Lions guernsey on stage.

Rayner told lions.com.au he cannot wait to get to Brisbane and start training with his new teammates. “I’m looking forward to going up north and joining the Lions and look forward to meeting everyone.” 

The Lions national recruitment manager Stephen Conole says the 18-year-old is an explosive, powerful half forward who can also play in the midfield.

“He’s always been a highly regarded player. He’s still a player that’s developing his midfield craft, but he’ll start forward of the ball and he’ll end up being a forward that can roll through the midfield. He’s an exciting player,” Conole said.

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Rayner takes out No. 1

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Western Jets junior Cameron Rayner was selected as the Brisbane Lions number one pick earlier this evening at the 2017 NAB AFL Draft in Sydney.

Brisbane Lions Senior Coach Chris Fagan proudly presented Rayner with his Lions guernsey on stage.

Rayner told lions.com.au he cannot wait to get to Brisbane and start training with his new teammates. “I’m looking forward to going up north and joining the Lions and look forward to meeting everyone.” 

The Lions national recruitment manager Stephen Conole says the 18-year-old is an explosive, powerful half forward who can also play in the midfield.

“He’s always been a highly regarded player. He’s still a player that’s developing his midfield craft, but he’ll start forward of the ball and he’ll end up being a forward that can roll through the midfield. He’s an exciting player,” Conole said.

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Probably the only person who was surprised Cameron Rayner was the No.1 overall pick at the NAB AFL Draft, was Rayner himself.

"Figured out probably about 20 seconds ago," Rayner said, immediately after his name was read out on Friday night at the Sydney Showgrounds.

"A mate just came up to me before and said that looks like it's going to be the case, so just really excited and happy to be a part of the Brisbane Lions."

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Welcome to the Den: Cam Rayner Welcome to our Number 1 Draft pick in the 2017 AFL Draft, Cam Rayner.

Steve Conole, Recruiting Manager, says:

“Cam’s an explosive, powerful, half forward that can play some midfield. He’s been touted as a No. 1, really since his U16's, he’s always been a highly regarded player. He’s still a player that’s developing his midfield craft but he’ll start forward of the ball and he’ll end up being a forward that can roll through the midfield. He’s an exciting player.”

The Brisbane Lions have selected explosive midfielder Cameron Rayner with Pick No.1 at the 2017 NAB AFL Draft.

Rayner is an exciting, powerful midfielder, who has the ability to open up games with his pace, strength and agility at stoppages. He’s tough and can kick on both feet.

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Welcome to the Den: Jack Payne With Pick 54 the Brisbane Lions welcome Hyundai Help for Kids Lions Academy player Jack Payne.

Steve Conole, Recruiting Manager, says:

“Jack’s a boy from the Sunshine Coast. He’s done his Year 12 this year, so he’s had quite a few commitments outside of footy. He’s a big-bodied defender. Potentially going forward he’ll be able to play on really big, strong forwards. He’s very quick and super competitive. He played some really nice footy in our NEAFL team last year. His finals series was really good. We’re hoping he’ll continue that transition from NEAFL and become an AFL player in future years.”

The Brisbane Lions have selected defender Jack Payne with Pick No. 54 at the 2017 NAB AFL Draft.

A Lions Academy member, Payne is a strong, big-bodied tall defender, who can match it with the opposition’s tall forwards.

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Pick No. 1: Cam Rayner

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Welcome to the Den: Cam Rayner Welcome to our Number 1 Draft pick in the 2017 AFL Draft, Cam Rayner.

Steve Conole, Recruiting Manager, says:

“Cam’s an explosive, powerful, half forward that can play some midfield. He’s been touted as a No. 1, really since his U16's, he’s always been a highly regarded player. He’s still a player that’s developing his midfield craft but he’ll start forward of the ball and he’ll end up being a forward that can roll through the midfield. He’s an exciting player.”

The Brisbane Lions have selected explosive midfielder Cameron Rayner with Pick No.1 at the 2017 NAB AFL Draft.

Rayner is an exciting, powerful midfielder, who has the ability to open up games with his pace, strength and agility at stoppages. He’s tough and can kick on both feet.

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Pick No. 54 : Jack Payne

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Welcome to the Den: Jack Payne With Pick 54 the Brisbane Lions welcome Hyundai Help for Kids Lions Academy player Jack Payne.

Steve Conole, Recruiting Manager, says:

“Jack’s a boy from the Sunshine Coast. He’s done his Year 12 this year, so he’s had quite a few commitments outside of footy. He’s a big-bodied defender. Potentially going forward he’ll be able to play on really big, strong forwards. He’s very quick and super competitive. He played some really nice footy in our NEAFL team last year. His finals series was really good. We’re hoping he’ll continue that transition from NEAFL and become an AFL player in future years.”

The Brisbane Lions have selected defender Jack Payne with Pick No. 54 at the 2017 NAB AFL Draft.

A Lions Academy member, Payne is a strong, big-bodied tall defender, who can match it with the opposition’s tall forwards.

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The Roar Deal: Steve Conole

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The final countdown to Friday’s Draft is well and truly underway, and for Brisbane Lions Recruiting Manager Steve Conole it’s been a week filled with discussions and debates.

“There’s been plenty of debate for all of our picks, healthy debate,” Conole said.  

“There are various departments in the Club that are involved with this decision – Medical staff, Coaches – but in the end, it’s the Recruiting team’s decision.”

Conole joined Michael Whiting and Dom Fay on The Roar Deal to discuss what will be an exciting Draft for the Club.

While every AFL Recruiter dreams of having Pick No. 1 in the Draft, Conole is the first to admit that it isn’t a decision that comes easily.

“It’s a very difficult decision,” Conole said.

“The four or five boys that we threw around for Pick No. 1 have all got some real appeal for us.

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One year on: Berry

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ONE YEAR ON: Jarrod Berry Jarrod Berry reflects on his Draft year

Jarrod Berry was a steal for the Lions at Pick No. 17 in the 2016 AFL Draft. 

The athletic midfielder was arguably the best performer at the 2016 AFL Combine and was expected to be close to a top ten pick.

After seeing his best mate and Ballarat Rebels teammate Hugh McCluggage drafted by the Lions at Pick No. 3, Berry was ecstatic to hear his name called out to head north as well. 

"For me it was a pretty exciting time. You finish school and are ready to move on to the next part of your life," Berry said.

"To follow my best mate [Hugh] and a few other mates getting drafted it's really exciting.

"Around draft time was a nervous and exciting time. You just want to get it over and done with."  

Finally knowing where he was headed came as a huge relief for Berry.

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Phantom Draft

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Well, this has been a hard one.

The time has come for AFL Media's Phantom Draft top 30, but it has not been easy at all this year. The players at the top end are so even that clubs are still spending the last 48 hours leading up to draft night deciding on their plans. 

Piecing things together, particularly without a lock at No.1, has made the 2017 crop a unique one. 

With things still in flux, we will have the Late Mail Phantom Draft through on Thursday night with all the latest whispers ahead of the NAB AFL Draft in Sydney on Friday night. 

CAMERON RAYNER

POS: Half-forward/midfielder
Ht 187cm Wt 88kg DOB 21/10/1999
From
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Rayner is the standout player in the pool and one who can change games in a matter of minutes, which has been why he has been touted as the likely No.1 pick for most of the year. As a forward he can take marks and kick goals quickly, and in his...


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Indicative Draft Order

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Below is the indicative order of selection for the 2017 NAB AFL Draft following the trade period.

The draft will be held in Sydney on Friday, November 24. 

Rookie list promotions are included among the compulsory minimum of three selections that each club must have at the draft, but the names of these players will not be formally read out at the draft.

Each pick is given a points value as part of the AFL's bidding system for father-son and academy prospects.

Note: Port Adelaide will not receive any compensation for the loss of Jackson Trengove, after later taking in Tom Rockliff and Steven Motlop as a free agents.

Indicative draft order

ROUND TWO
RICH 20. Richmond (received from Brisbane Lions via pick swap)
WCE 21. West Coast (received from Gold Coast via pick swap)
GEEL 22. Geelong (received from Carlton in 2016)
NMFC 23. North Melbourne
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History behind our picks

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Memorise these numbers: 1, 15, 18, 40, 44 and 52.

They are the six picks the Brisbane Lions will take into Friday’s 2017 NAB AFL Draft.

Each of the six picks has had its fair share of successful players, and we’ve outlined, in our opinion, the best player in history from each pick below.

1 

Since the first Draft in 1986 there’s been a stack of legendary number one picks.

We may cop flak for this but we’re going with current Lions player Luke Hodge as the best number one pick of all time.

Hodgey was taken first in the 2001 ‘Superdraft’ and deserves his mantle as one of the game’s greats. The tough defender has collected four premierships, two Norm Smith Medals and two All-Australia selections in 305 career games to date.

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Midfielder Scott Camporeale was taken with Pick No.15 in the 1994 AFL Draft and went on to play 233 games for Carlton and another 19 for Essendon.

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Mid-year trade period on cards

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General Manager of Football of the Lions, David Noble, addresses the media during the 2017 Trade Period.

A mid-season trade period is on the cards, with AFL chief executive Gillon McLachlan saying he believes the radical move will be introduced in coming years. 

The League boss says there should be more player movement among clubs, and again raised the concept of establishing the extra trade period.

Previously clubs have been largely against the idea of the chance to reshape their list mid-year, citing intellectual property concerns if a player leaves one club for another. 

However, McLachlan told AFL Media's Road to the Draft podcast that a mid-season trade period remains strongly in play despite their misgivings. 

"You don't have to do the trade if you don't want to. The reason some people don't like it is there's an emotive side to the trade, but there's no difference to [it...


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Mid-year trade period on cards

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General Manager of Football of the Lions, David Noble, addresses the media during the 2017 Trade Period.

A mid-season trade period is on the cards, with AFL chief executive Gillon McLachlan saying he believes the radical move will be introduced in coming years. 

The League boss says there should be more player movement among clubs, and again raised the concept of establishing the extra trade period.

Previously clubs have been largely against the idea of the chance to reshape their list mid-year, citing intellectual property concerns if a player leaves one club for another. 

However, McLachlan told AFL Media's Road to the Draft podcast that a mid-season trade period remains strongly in play despite their misgivings. 

"You don't have to do the trade if you don't want to. The reason some people don't like it is there's an emotive side to the trade, but there's no difference to [it...


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One year on: Allison

ONE YEAR ON: Jacob Allison Jacob Allison shares his memories from last year's Draft and reflects upon his debut year as a Lion.

Jacob Allison’s heart was racing faster than most on AFL Draft night. The Lions Academy product can remember the moment he heard rival club St Kilda make a bid for him.

“A few days out from the draft you’re obviously very nervous and anxious as to where you’ll end up. Being in the academy you’re still not too sure where you’ll end up,” Allison told lions.com.au.

“If a bid comes in, you’re not sure if the Lions will match.”

“Pretty badly” was how much he wanted to be in Brisbane, his home, where all his family and friends live.

Luckily, Brisbane matched the Saints’ bid and took Allison with Pick No. 55.

“I was so happy when St Kilda bidded and then for Brisbane to match I was stoked and very happy,” Allison said.

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Hodge impressed by energy

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Hodge excited to get stuck into it INC pre-season update: Luke Hodge told the media this morning that the attitude and intensity around the young Lions is great and just what he needed.

A nervous Luke Hodge admitted to some butterflies training with his new club for the first time on Monday, but says his switch to the Brisbane Lions has been everything he expected so far.

Hodge joined the full Lions squad at Yeronga on Monday morning, getting through his first session in new colours in cool and overcast conditions.

"I was a bit nervous getting here, but footy clubs are the same," Hodge said.

"As long as you get around most of the guys and have a bit of a chat, you fit in pretty easily."

After 15 seasons, 305 games and four premierships with Hawthorn, the 33-year-old says the fresh start is just what he needed.

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Four prospects in the mix

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Potential number 1 draft picks Luke Davies-Uniacke (left) and Cameron Rayner chat during the AFL Draft Combine.

The Brisbane Lions say they're yet to arrive at a "final decision" on who they'll spend their No.1 Draft pick on.

Cameron Rayner has been linked to the coveted No.1 selection for months, along with Paddy Dow, Andrew Brayshaw and Luke Davies-Uniacke.

Lions recruiter Stephen Conole confirmed on Saturday there were still discussions to be had on which young gun would be the best fit for the rebuilding club.

"We haven't come to a final decision as yet, we're certainly getting pretty close," Conole told SEN.

"It's been reported there's probably four or so lads and I think that's pretty accurate.

"Those four are certainly still in the discussion, and there's probably a couple of those boys who are a little bit ahead.

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Mathieson putting in the yards

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The major criticism of Rhys Mathieson in his first two seasons has been his inability to run out games.

He can win the contested ball, use it well and is a reliable shot for goal, but as matches wear on, the 20-year-old goes quiet.

He knows it and so does Brisbane Lions coach Chris Fagan, who told the 24-game midfielder he wanted to see an improvement in 2018.

So, Mathieson is doing something about it.

With his coach's advice ringing in his ears, Mathieson took the big step of staying in Brisbane during his off-season rather than returning to his family home in Victoria.

Mathieson tied himself to Nick Robertson, arguably the strongest runner at the club, and made sure he returned to pre-season training in better shape than ever.

"I can build my tank, that's what did cost me, I'd slacken off late in games or just have little moments," Mathieson told AFL Media.

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Fagan on The Reserve

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Senior Coach Chris Fagan is urging both the ALP and LNP to announce their support of The Reserve before the weekend’s Queensland State Election.

Fagan spoke to ABC Brisbane Breakfast’s Craig Zonca in the studio this morning about the Lions' hopes for a new training and administration facility by 2020.

Currently this pre-season the Lions will train at five different venues and some days will travel to three alone in a day. 

“Most of the other AFL clubs get to train on their own training ground on a regular basis and if they go somewhere else it’s because they choose to. We don’t really have a choice,” Fagan said.

“We’re at Yeronga at the moment, courtesy of AFL Queensland. We go to Coorparoo after Christmas. We don’t get on the Gabba until the start of the season.

“Our poor old property manager, he’s just packing his van and driving all around the countryside.

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Senior Coach Chris Fagan is urging both the ALP and LNP to announce their support of The Reserve before the weekend’s Queensland State Election.

Fagan spoke to ABC Brisbane Breakfast’s Craig Zonca in the studio this morning about the Lions' hopes for a new training and administration facility by 2020.

Currently this pre-season the Lions will train at five different venues and some days will travel to three alone in a day. 

“Most of the other AFL clubs get to train on their own training ground on a regular basis and if they go somewhere else it’s because they choose to. We don’t really have a choice,” Fagan said.

“We’re at Yeronga at the moment, courtesy of AFL Queensland. We go to Coorparoo after Christmas. We don’t get on the Gabba until the start of the season.

“Our poor old property manager, he’s just packing his van and driving all around the countryside.

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Fagan on The Reserve

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Senior Coach Chris Fagan is urging both the ALP and LNP to announce their support of The Reserve before the weekend’s Queensland State Election.

Fagan spoke to ABC Brisbane Breakfast’s Craig Zonca in the studio this morning about the Lions' hopes for a new training and administration facility by 2020.

Currently this pre-season the Lions will train at five different venues and some days will travel to three alone in a day. 

“Most of the other AFL clubs get to train on their own training ground on a regular basis and if they go somewhere else it’s because they choose to. We don’t really have a choice,” Fagan said.

“We’re at Yeronga at the moment, courtesy of AFL Queensland. We go to Coorparoo after Christmas. We don’t get on the Gabba until the start of the season.

“Our poor old property manager, he’s just packing his van and driving all around the countryside.

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AFLW update

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Craig Starcevich wants to take his Lions women’s side to another level in 2018.

With the first AFLW season well and truly behind them, there’s no mystery or intrigue surrounding the competition. Every team knows the blood, sweat and tears it takes to try and get to the top.

On Monday night at Yeronga, it starts again. 

“We want to advance things on the build-up that we had last year. We think we can get into some of things we want to apply to our game plan earlier,” Starcevich told lions.com.au.

“I’m excited because we’ve got 13 newbies at the Club which is good. I'm excited to see how the ones that have had a taste of it already come back and apply themselves and are ready to take it to another level."

Monday night’s session will be the first taste of professional AFL for the seven draftees and three new rookies.

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AFLX confirmed

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AFLX, the League's high-octane version of the sport, will debut on February 15 next year with the AFL including traditional soccer and rugby venues among the venues for three separate round-robin tournaments.

The modified game will be played in three cities across three nights, with six AFL clubs represented in each competition. 

AFL Media can exclusively reveal that Adelaide will host the first round-robin at Hindmarsh Stadium on a Thursday night, the week before the JLT Community Series begins. 

The fast-paced game will then head to Melbourne's Etihad Stadium on February 16, where the Demons, North Melbourne, St Kilda, Carlton, Hawthorn and Essendon will compete under Friday night lights.

The action then heads north to Allianz Stadium in Sydney on Saturday, February 17 when the Swans, Greater Western Sydney, the Brisbane Lions, Western Bulldogs, Richmond and Gold Coast will face...


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