Big League Lions: AFL Round 10










By Jack Kovacic

Find out how the eight former Lions performed in a big round 10 of AFL action during the week!

🔴⚫️ Patrick Ambrose – 0 (senior) games and 0 goals for Coburg from 2010-11

Ambrose is currently sidelined after suffering a foot injury in a scratch match against Carlton in round four. There is still no timetable for his return.

🦢 Robbie Fox – 26 games and 7 goals for Coburg in 2015-16

Fox looks as settled in Sydney’s line-up as he has ever been, performing well in his new key defensive role. He spent most of the night opposed to fellow ex-VFL player Brody Mihocek, with Fox keeping him goalless. Sydney have a bye in round 11 which kicks off today.

🔴🟤 Michael Hartley – 33 games and 1 goals for Coburg from 2014-15

Hawthorn had a bye in round 10. It will face Fremantle on Monday night, and we will know if Hartley is making his club debut when teams are named on Sunday night.

🔵 Callum Moore – 0 games, 0 goals for Coburg in 2020 (was signed for this season before joining Carlton as a SSP)

Carlton had a bye in round 10. It will be playing West Coast on Sunday night and the team will be named later tonight.

🔵🔴🔴 Reilly O’Brien – 2 games and 0 goals for Coburg in 2014

Despite the Crows getting beaten comfortably, O’Brien continued his strong 2020 form. Coming up against Max Gawn, one of the best ruckman in the AFL, O’Brien more than held his own. He finished with nine disposals and 26 hitouts. O’Brien and Adelaide will be back in action on Tuesday night when they host Collingwood.

🦢 Ben Ronke – 2 games, 3 games for Coburg in 2016

Ronke continues to be sidelined due to stress-related back injury, with a return still not likely for another four weeks.

🟣⚪️ Luke Ryan – 10 games and 0 goals for Coburg in 2016

Fremantle had a bye in round 10 but will play next against Hawthorn on Monday night.

🔴⚫️ Adam Saad – 28 games and 10 goals for Coburg from 2012-14

Saad continued his strong form, being named amongst the Bombers best in their tight loss to the Giants. He picked up a massive 758 metres gained to go with 20 disposals, six inside 50’s and five rebound 50’s. He also kicked a big goal from outside 50 late in the clash. Essendon’s next match will be against Gold Coast on Wednesday night.