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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

Young guns eager for 2018

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INC Pre-season: Young guns eager to get back Harris Andrews and Jacob Allison spoke to the media this morning after their first training session back in the INC Pre-Season.

First to fourth year Brisbane Lions players returned for pre-season training this morning and were put through their paces in a tortuous 90-minute session that featured plenty of running intervals and skills work.

Heading into his fourth season, defender Harris Andrews was full of voice and encouragement during the session as he continues to impress with his leadership capabilities.

“Everyone is pretty eager to get going. It was a good first session back,” Andrews said.

“Compared to a lot of teams we have a lot of first to fourth year guys back – we almost had a full squad training today.

“It’s good to see a lot of young guys starting to speak up more and drive us forward.”

In his role down back, Andrews will...


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Gallery: INC Pre-Season

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Players get the run down ahead of the first pre-season training.

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Hugh McCluggage stretches before pre-season training.

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Archie Smith stretches prior to the first training. 

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Matt Eagles warm-ups before his first training session back.

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They're off and running! 

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Starting pre-season with some interval training.

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Harris Andrews leads the pack.

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Alex Witherden and Archie Smith follow the pack during intervals.

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Tom Cutler and Jake Barrett working on their fitness.

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Jacob Allison performing some contact drills.

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Nick Robertson catches the ball during contact drills.

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Matt Eagles during contact drills.

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Dan McStay and Liam Dawson compete for ball.

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Harris Andrews works on his kick during training.

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Lewy Taylor working on speed with sprints.

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Mitch Robinson joined in on training today too.

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Corey Lyons catches the ball during drill.

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Gardiner and Andrews buddy up for cool down stretching.

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That's a wrap...


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Five must-see games

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Our 2018 Lineup Checkout our lineup for the 2018 season! Who are you most excited to see us take on?

After the release of our 2018 AFL Fixture on Tuesday, we’ve gone through all of our games and picked the five must-see matchups for next season. 

5. Round 3 

Port Adelaide v Brisbane
Saturday 7 April, Adelaide Oval

Round 3 will have Lions fans feeling a little strange as former Captain Tom Rockliff takes to the field in teal and black.

It will be the first game the Lions come up against their former teammate, who was traded to Port Adelaide as a free agent at the end of the 2017 season.

The trip to Adelaide will be a huge early-season test for the Lions, who have never won at the ground since Adelaide and Port Adelaide started playing there in 2014.

With a longstanding rivalry between the two teams, expect a fiery encounter as they Lions look to stand up to one of 2018’s more...


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Our 2018 Lineup Checkout our lineup for the 2018 season! Who are you most excited to see us take on?

After the release of our 2018 AFL Fixture on Tuesday, we’ve gone through all of our games and picked the five must-see matchups for next season. 

5. Round 3 

Port Adelaide v Brisbane
Saturday 7 April, Adelaide Oval

Round 3 will have Lions fans feeling a little strange as former Captain Tom Rockliff takes to the field in teal and black.

It will be the first game the Lions come up against their former teammate, who was traded to Port Adelaide as a free agent at the end of the 2017 season.

The trip to Adelaide will be a huge early-season test for the Lions, who have never won at the ground since Adelaide and Port Adelaide started playing there in 2014.

With a longstanding rivalry between the two teams, expect a fiery encounter as they Lions look to stand up to one of 2018’s more...


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Read more: Five must-see games

Five must-see games

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Our 2018 Lineup Checkout our lineup for the 2018 season! Who are you most excited to see us take on?

After the release of our 2018 AFL Fixture on Tuesday, we’ve gone through all of our games and picked the five must-see matchups for next season. 

5. Round 3 

Port Adelaide v Brisbane
Saturday 7 April, Adelaide Oval

Round 3 will have Lions fans feeling a little strange as former Captain Tom Rockliff takes to the field in teal and black.

It will be the first game the Lions come up against their former teammate, who was traded to Port Adelaide as a free agent at the end of the 2017 season.

The trip to Adelaide will be a huge early-season test for the Lions, who have never won at the ground since Adelaide and Port Adelaide started playing there in 2014.

With a longstanding rivalry between the two teams, expect a fiery encounter as they Lions look to stand up to one of 2018’s more...


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Read more: Five must-see games

Hodge's first presser as a Lion

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Hodge speaks as a Lion Luke Hodge spoke to the media for the first time as a Brisbane Lion.

Brisbane Lions Senior Coach Chris Fagan and new recruit Luke Hodge spoke to media for the first time together since Hodge was traded to the Club last month.

Hodge's desire to take up Brisbane Lions coach Chris Fagan's offer of continuing his career outweighed the romanticism of being a one-club player, where he had won four flags and established himself as a champion. 

During Hodge's appearance with the media on Wednesday, he recognised that those close to him were caught surprised by his decision. 

"I had so many family and friends turn up as well, and they abused me after I made the decision as well," Hodge joked.

"One of the toughest decisions, when I sat down and took it seriously, was the emotion of going against Hawthorn and how Hawthorn sent me off. It was probably when I sat down...


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Hodge speaks as a Lion Luke Hodge spoke to the media for the first time as a Brisbane Lion.

Brisbane Lions Senior Coach Chris Fagan and new recruit Luke Hodge spoke to media for the first time together since Hodge was traded to the Club last month.

Hodge's desire to take up Brisbane Lions coach Chris Fagan's offer of continuing his career outweighed the romanticism of being a one-club player, where he had won four flags and established himself as a champion. 

During Hodge's appearance with the media on Wednesday, he recognised that those close to him were caught surprised by his decision. 

"I had so many family and friends turn up as well, and they abused me after I made the decision as well," Hodge joked.

"One of the toughest decisions, when I sat down and took it seriously, was the emotion of going against Hawthorn and how Hawthorn sent me off. It was probably when I sat down...


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Hodge's first presser as a Lion

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Hodge speaks as a Lion Luke Hodge spoke to the media for the first time as a Brisbane Lion.

Brisbane Lions Senior Coach Chris Fagan and new recruit Luke Hodge spoke to media for the first time together since Hodge was traded to the Club last month.

Hodge's desire to take up Brisbane Lions coach Chris Fagan's offer of continuing his career outweighed the romanticism of being a one-club player, where he had won four flags and established himself as a champion. 

During Hodge's appearance with the media on Wednesday, he recognised that those close to him were caught surprised by his decision. 

"I had so many family and friends turn up as well, and they abused me after I made the decision as well," Hodge joked.

"One of the toughest decisions, when I sat down and took it seriously, was the emotion of going against Hawthorn and how Hawthorn sent me off. It was probably when I sat down...


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New co-major sponsor

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Lions welcome Oaks The Brisbane Lions are happy to welcome Oaks onboard as a Co-Major Sponsor of our club.

The Brisbane Lions proudly launched a new partnership which will see Oaks Hotels & Resorts act as their Co-Major Sponsor and Official Hotel Partner for the next two years. 

Lions CEO Greg Swann, Senior Coach Chris Fagan and prized recruit Luke Hodge joined Oaks Hotels & Resorts’  Chief Operational Officer Dan Hastings in Melbourne for today’s announcement. 

Oaks Hotels & Resorts’ logo will feature on the back of the Lions’ home guernsey and on the front of their away and “Clash” jumpers, as well as all official on-field apparel. 

The two-year deal officially kicked off today.

“We are thrilled that Oaks Hotels & Resorts, a leading accommodation provider with strong Queensland roots, is getting behind our Club,” Swann said.

“We see many similarities between the two brands. Oaks...


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Lions welcome Oaks The Brisbane Lions are happy to welcome Oaks onboard as a Co-Major Sponsor of our club.

The Brisbane Lions proudly launched a new partnership which will see Oaks Hotels & Resorts act as their Co-Major Sponsor and Official Hotel Partner for the next two years. 

Lions CEO Greg Swann, Senior Coach Chris Fagan and prized recruit Luke Hodge joined Oaks Hotels & Resorts’  Chief Operational Officer Dan Hastings in Melbourne for today’s announcement. 

Oaks Hotels & Resorts’ logo will feature on the back of the Lions’ home guernsey and on the front of their away and “Clash” jumpers, as well as all official on-field apparel. 

The two-year deal officially kicked off today.

“We are thrilled that Oaks Hotels & Resorts, a leading accommodation provider with strong Queensland roots, is getting behind our Club,” Swann said.

“We see many similarities between the two brands. Oaks...


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New co-major sponsor

4258703 new-co-major-sponsor

Lions welcome Oaks The Brisbane Lions are happy to welcome Oaks onboard as a Co-Major Sponsor of our club.

The Brisbane Lions proudly launched a new partnership which will see Oaks Hotels & Resorts act as their Co-Major Sponsor and Official Hotel Partner for the next two years. 

Lions CEO Greg Swann, Senior Coach Chris Fagan and prized recruit Luke Hodge joined Oaks Hotels & Resorts’  Chief Operational Officer Dan Hastings in Melbourne for today’s announcement. 

Oaks Hotels & Resorts’ logo will feature on the back of the Lions’ home guernsey and on the front of their away and “Clash” jumpers, as well as all official on-field apparel. 

The two-year deal officially kicked off today.

“We are thrilled that Oaks Hotels & Resorts, a leading accommodation provider with strong Queensland roots, is getting behind our Club,” Swann said.

“We see many similarities between the two brands. Oaks...


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Draft Phantom Form Guide

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With all eyes now firmly on the NAB AFL Draft, it is time for another update of the Phantom Form Guide. 

AFL Media has ranked the best 25 players in the draft pool, not taking into account where they might actually get drafted or where bids may come for father-son or academy prospects. It is not a mock draft. 

There will be one more update of the Phantom Form Guide ahead of this month's draft, which will be held at Sydney Showgrounds on November 24.

1 Cameron Rayner

POS: Half-forward/midfielder, Ht 187cm, Wt 88kg, DOB 21/10/1999
From Western Jets/Vic Metro
September ranking: 1

Rayner did not test at the NAB AFL Draft Combine due to a nagging knee injury that bugged him a little towards the end of the season. However, his best work had well and truly been done by then, proving to recruiters his unparalleled ability in this year's draft pool to impact a game. After blitzing the under-18 carnival with...


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With all eyes now firmly on the NAB AFL Draft, it is time for another update of the Phantom Form Guide. 

AFL Media has ranked the best 25 players in the draft pool, not taking into account where they might actually get drafted or where bids may come for father-son or academy prospects. It is not a mock draft. 

There will be one more update of the Phantom Form Guide ahead of this month's draft, which will be held at Sydney Showgrounds on November 24.

1 Cameron Rayner

POS: Half-forward/midfielder, Ht 187cm, Wt 88kg, DOB 21/10/1999
From Western Jets/Vic Metro
September ranking: 1

Rayner did not test at the NAB AFL Draft Combine due to a nagging knee injury that bugged him a little towards the end of the season. However, his best work had well and truly been done by then, proving to recruiters his unparalleled ability in this year's draft pool to impact a game. After blitzing the under-18 carnival with...


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Read more: Draft Phantom Form Guide

Draft Phantom Form Guide

4258707 draft-phantom-form-guide

With all eyes now firmly on the NAB AFL Draft, it is time for another update of the Phantom Form Guide. 

AFL Media has ranked the best 25 players in the draft pool, not taking into account where they might actually get drafted or where bids may come for father-son or academy prospects. It is not a mock draft. 

There will be one more update of the Phantom Form Guide ahead of this month's draft, which will be held at Sydney Showgrounds on November 24.

1 Cameron Rayner

POS: Half-forward/midfielder, Ht 187cm, Wt 88kg, DOB 21/10/1999
From Western Jets/Vic Metro
September ranking: 1

Rayner did not test at the NAB AFL Draft Combine due to a nagging knee injury that bugged him a little towards the end of the season. However, his best work had well and truly been done by then, proving to recruiters his unparalleled ability in this year's draft pool to impact a game. After blitzing the under-18 carnival with...


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Read more: Draft Phantom Form Guide

2018 Fixture: The Verdict

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The 2018 AFL Fixture has landed and AFL Media have had their say. Read their verdict on the pros, cons and big games that await in 2018.

PROS: A very friendly opening to the season, with just three of their first nine matches against finalists from 2017. The Lions can also cash-in financially with home matches against powerhouse Victorian clubs Collingwood, Hawthorn, Essendon and Carlton.

CONS: Once again no Friday night lights, but it's hard to argue with given such a poor record over recent years. Just one match at home in the first month and playing just once at the MCG for the season also hurts.

PLAY TWICE: Gold Coast, Greater Western Sydney, Collingwood, North Melbourne, Hawthorn.

BYE: Round 13

FIRST FOUR WEEKS: St Kilda (a), Melbourne (h), Port Adelaide (a), Richmond (a).

LAST FOUR WEEKS: North Melbourne (h), Collingwood (a), Gold Coast (a), West Coast (h).

SIX-DAY...


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The 2018 AFL Fixture has landed and AFL Media have had their say. Read their verdict on the pros, cons and big games that await in 2018.

PROS: A very friendly opening to the season, with just three of their first nine matches against finalists from 2017. The Lions can also cash-in financially with home matches against powerhouse Victorian clubs Collingwood, Hawthorn, Essendon and Carlton.

CONS: Once again no Friday night lights, but it's hard to argue with given such a poor record over recent years. Just one match at home in the first month and playing just once at the MCG for the season also hurts.

PLAY TWICE: Gold Coast, Greater Western Sydney, Collingwood, North Melbourne, Hawthorn.

BYE: Round 13

FIRST FOUR WEEKS: St Kilda (a), Melbourne (h), Port Adelaide (a), Richmond (a).

LAST FOUR WEEKS: North Melbourne (h), Collingwood (a), Gold Coast (a), West Coast (h).

SIX-DAY...


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2018 Fixture: The Verdict

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The 2018 AFL Fixture has landed and AFL Media have had their say. Read their verdict on the pros, cons and big games that await in 2018.

PROS: A very friendly opening to the season, with just three of their first nine matches against finalists from 2017. The Lions can also cash-in financially with home matches against powerhouse Victorian clubs Collingwood, Hawthorn, Essendon and Carlton.

CONS: Once again no Friday night lights, but it's hard to argue with given such a poor record over recent years. Just one match at home in the first month and playing just once at the MCG for the season also hurts.

PLAY TWICE: Gold Coast, Greater Western Sydney, Collingwood, North Melbourne, Hawthorn.

BYE: Round 13

FIRST FOUR WEEKS: St Kilda (a), Melbourne (h), Port Adelaide (a), Richmond (a).

LAST FOUR WEEKS: North Melbourne (h), Collingwood (a), Gold Coast (a), West Coast (h).

SIX-DAY...


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2018 Fixture

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Our 2018 Lineup Checkout our lineup for the 2018 season! Who are you most excited to see us take on?

The Brisbane Lions have been given an exciting 2018 AFL Fixture, with a stack of blockbuster games set to ignite the Gabba in the new season.

Collingwood, Hawthorn, Essendon, Sydney, Adelaide, Melbourne and Carlton will all head north to play at the Gabba, while the Lions have huge games pencilled in interstate, including an early-season matchup against premiers Richmond at the MCG.

After starting the season away against St Kilda at Etihad Stadium on Saturday, March 24, the Lions' first home game is against Melbourne on Saturday, March 31.

Two tough road trips follow to round out the first month of football, with matches against Port Adelaide at Adelaide Oval in Round 3 and Richmond at what promises to be a packed MCG in Round 4. 

Upon returning home, the Lions face the Gold Coast...


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Our 2018 Lineup Checkout our lineup for the 2018 season! Who are you most excited to see us take on?

The Brisbane Lions have been given an exciting 2018 AFL Fixture, with a stack of blockbuster games set to ignite the Gabba in the new season.

Collingwood, Hawthorn, Essendon, Sydney, Adelaide, Melbourne and Carlton will all head north to play at the Gabba, while the Lions have huge games pencilled in interstate, including an early-season matchup against premiers Richmond at the MCG.

After starting the season away against St Kilda at Etihad Stadium on Saturday, March 24, the Lions' first home game is against Melbourne on Saturday, March 31.

Two tough road trips follow to round out the first month of football, with matches against Port Adelaide at Adelaide Oval in Round 3 and Richmond at what promises to be a packed MCG in Round 4. 

Upon returning home, the Lions face the Gold Coast...


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Read more: 2018 Fixture

2018 Fixture

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Our 2018 Lineup Checkout our lineup for the 2018 season! Who are you most excited to see us take on?

The Brisbane Lions have been given an exciting 2018 AFL Fixture, with a stack of blockbuster games set to ignite the Gabba in the new season.

Collingwood, Hawthorn, Essendon, Sydney, Adelaide, Melbourne and Carlton will all head north to play at the Gabba, while the Lions have huge games pencilled in interstate, including an early-season matchup against premiers Richmond at the MCG.

After starting the season away against St Kilda at Etihad Stadium on Saturday, March 24, the Lions' first home game is against Melbourne on Saturday, March 31.

Two tough road trips follow to round out the first month of football, with matches against Port Adelaide at Adelaide Oval in Round 3 and Richmond at what promises to be a packed MCG in Round 4. 

Upon returning home, the Lions face the Gold Coast...


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Read more: 2018 Fixture

Browny’s Premiership Reunion

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Brisbane Lions great Chris Johnson was an excitement machine during the Club’s premiership dynasty.

He was one of eight former Fitzroy players who travelled up to Brisbane after the clubs merged in 1996. In his 14-year playing career at Brisbane and Fitzroy, Johnson won three flags.

Former teammate Johnathan Brown argues he earned another title during his career; as Senior Coach Leigh Matthews’ pet.

On his podcast, Browny’s Premiership Reunion, Browny says Matthews’ had a different set of rules for Johnson; especially when it came to skinfolds ahead of pre-season. 

“To play under Leigh you had to come back under 50,” Brown said. 

This applied to everyone except Johnson.

“I would let myself go during the off season,” Johnson explained.

After the 2000 season he married his now-wife Vanessa and the two honeymooned around Italy.

“We spent about four weeks in Italy, around all the...


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Brisbane Lions great Chris Johnson was an excitement machine during the Club’s premiership dynasty.

He was one of eight former Fitzroy players who travelled up to Brisbane after the clubs merged in 1996. In his 14-year playing career at Brisbane and Fitzroy, Johnson won three flags.

Former teammate Johnathan Brown argues he earned another title during his career; as Senior Coach Leigh Matthews’ pet.

On his podcast, Browny’s Premiership Reunion, Browny says Matthews’ had a different set of rules for Johnson; especially when it came to skinfolds ahead of pre-season. 

“To play under Leigh you had to come back under 50,” Brown said. 

This applied to everyone except Johnson.

“I would let myself go during the off season,” Johnson explained.

After the 2000 season he married his now-wife Vanessa and the two honeymooned around Italy.

“We spent about four weeks in Italy, around all the...


Read full article...


Read more: Browny’s Premiership Reunion

Browny’s Premiership Reunion

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Brisbane Lions great Chris Johnson was an excitement machine during the Club’s premiership dynasty.

He was one of eight former Fitzroy players who travelled up to Brisbane after the clubs merged in 1996. In his 14-year playing career at Brisbane and Fitzroy, Johnson won three flags.

Former teammate Johnathan Brown argues he earned another title during his career; as Senior Coach Leigh Matthews’ pet.

On his podcast, Browny’s Premiership Reunion, Browny says Matthews’ had a different set of rules for Johnson; especially when it came to skinfolds ahead of pre-season. 

“To play under Leigh you had to come back under 50,” Brown said. 

This applied to everyone except Johnson.

“I would let myself go during the off season,” Johnson explained.

After the 2000 season he married his now-wife Vanessa and the two honeymooned around Italy.

“We spent about four weeks in Italy, around all the...


Read full article...


Read more: Browny’s Premiership Reunion

2016 draftees

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A detailed assessment of how last year's draft crop and rookies performed in 2017

Pick 15: Jordan Gallucci
Made his AFL debut in the Crows' round nine win against the Brisbane Lions at the Gabba, gathering 11 possessions and kicking a goal. It was his only senior appearance of the season as the midfielder spent the rest of the year in the SANFL where he played 13 games. The Victorian is yet to sign a new contract beyond the end of 2018.

Pick 44: Myles Poholke
Played 16 games in the SANFL alternating between the midfield and half-forward. Has the physical attributes for senior football already, but needs to improve his tank, ball use and defensive responsibilities to take the next step. Rewarded with a two-year extension until the end of 2020.

Pick 51: Elliott Himmelberg
Looks like a solid key position prospect after kicking 19 goals in his 13 games in the SANFL. However, a foot injury...


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A detailed assessment of how last year's draft crop and rookies performed in 2017

Pick 15: Jordan Gallucci
Made his AFL debut in the Crows' round nine win against the Brisbane Lions at the Gabba, gathering 11 possessions and kicking a goal. It was his only senior appearance of the season as the midfielder spent the rest of the year in the SANFL where he played 13 games. The Victorian is yet to sign a new contract beyond the end of 2018.

Pick 44: Myles Poholke
Played 16 games in the SANFL alternating between the midfield and half-forward. Has the physical attributes for senior football already, but needs to improve his tank, ball use and defensive responsibilities to take the next step. Rewarded with a two-year extension until the end of 2020.

Pick 51: Elliott Himmelberg
Looks like a solid key position prospect after kicking 19 goals in his 13 games in the SANFL. However, a foot injury...


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2016 draftees

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A detailed assessment of how last year's draft crop and rookies performed in 2017

Pick 15: Jordan Gallucci
Made his AFL debut in the Crows' round nine win against the Brisbane Lions at the Gabba, gathering 11 possessions and kicking a goal. It was his only senior appearance of the season as the midfielder spent the rest of the year in the SANFL where he played 13 games. The Victorian is yet to sign a new contract beyond the end of 2018.

Pick 44: Myles Poholke
Played 16 games in the SANFL alternating between the midfield and half-forward. Has the physical attributes for senior football already, but needs to improve his tank, ball use and defensive responsibilities to take the next step. Rewarded with a two-year extension until the end of 2020.

Pick 51: Elliott Himmelberg
Looks like a solid key position prospect after kicking 19 goals in his 13 games in the SANFL. However, a foot injury...


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Read more: 2016 draftees

JLT Fixture

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The Brisbane Lions will play the Sydney Swans and Gold Coast Suns in the 2018 JLT Community Series.

Both matches will be held in Queensland, with the match against the Swans to be played at the Moreton Bay Central Sports Complex on Saturday, March 3.

The following weekend, the Lions will travel down the highway to battle their neighbours, the Suns, at Fankhauser Reserve on Sunday, March 11. 

Week 2 - Brisbane Lions v Sydney Swans

Moreton Bay Central Sports Complex, 3.35pm AEST, Saturday, March 3, 

Week 3 - Brisbane Lions v Gold Coast Suns

Fankhauser Reserve, 3.35pm AEST, Sunday, March 11. 

The 2018 JLT Community Series has been reduced by one week, with all clubs playing two games each. This change is due to the likelihood of AFLX being played on a standalone weekend prior to the week one JLT matches. 

Ticketing information for both matches will be released in the coming months. 

See...


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The Brisbane Lions will play the Sydney Swans and Gold Coast Suns in the 2018 JLT Community Series.

Both matches will be held in Queensland, with the match against the Swans to be played at the Moreton Bay Central Sports Complex on Saturday, March 3.

The following weekend, the Lions will travel down the highway to battle their neighbours, the Suns, at Fankhauser Reserve on Sunday, March 11. 

Week 2 - Brisbane Lions v Sydney Swans

Moreton Bay Central Sports Complex, 3.35pm AEST, Saturday, March 3, 

Week 3 - Brisbane Lions v Gold Coast Suns

Fankhauser Reserve, 3.35pm AEST, Sunday, March 11. 

The 2018 JLT Community Series has been reduced by one week, with all clubs playing two games each. This change is due to the likelihood of AFLX being played on a standalone weekend prior to the week one JLT matches. 

Ticketing information for both matches will be released in the coming months. 

See...


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JLT Fixture

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The Brisbane Lions will play the Sydney Swans and Gold Coast Suns in the 2018 JLT Community Series.

Both matches will be held in Queensland, with the match against the Swans to be played at the Moreton Bay Central Sports Complex on Saturday, March 3.

The following weekend, the Lions will travel down the highway to battle their neighbours, the Suns, at Fankhauser Reserve on Sunday, March 11. 

Week 2 - Brisbane Lions v Sydney Swans

Moreton Bay Central Sports Complex, 3.35pm AEST, Saturday, March 3, 

Week 3 - Brisbane Lions v Gold Coast Suns

Fankhauser Reserve, 3.35pm AEST, Sunday, March 11. 

The 2018 JLT Community Series has been reduced by one week, with all clubs playing two games each. This change is due to the likelihood of AFLX being played on a standalone weekend prior to the week one JLT matches. 

Ticketing information for both matches will be released in the coming months. 

See...


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Ooh, your powers of deduction are exceptional. I can't allow you to waste them here when there are so many crimes going unsolved at this very moment. Go, go, for the good of the city.

Groucho Marx

I don't care to belong to a club that accepts people like me as members.

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