By Jack Kovacic
Find out how the eight former Lions performed in a big round 11 of AFL action!
🔴⚫️ 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
Sydney had a bye in round 11 but Fox will be in action tonight when the Swans take on GWS.
🟡🟤 Michael Hartley – 33 games and 1 goals for Coburg from 2014-15
Hartley was named as an emergency in Hawthorn’s loss to Fremantle. His next chance to make his club debut will be on Sunday when the Hawks take on West Coast.
🔵 Callum Moore – 0 games, 0 goals for Coburg in 2020 (was signed for this season before joining Carlton as a SSP)
Moore was named as an emergency for Carlton’s senior team and had 22 disposals and kicked a goal in a scratch match against West Coast.
🔴🟣 🟡Reilly O’Brien – 2 games and 0 goals for Coburg in 2014
O’Brien faced the tough task of coming up against up against one of the best ruckman in the league in Brodie Grundy. ‘ROB’ did well to break even, finishing with 11 disposals, four clearances and 22 hitouts.
🦢 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 three weeks.
🟣⚪️ Luke Ryan – 10 games and 0 goals for Coburg in 2016
Ryan again impressed for the Dockers in their win over the Hawks, with his stellar form starting to see his named mentioned in All Australian conversations. He finished with 21 disposals at 80% efficiency to go along with seven marks and seven rebound 50’s.
🔴⚫️ Adam Saad – 28 games and 10 goals for Coburg from 2012-14
Like Ryan, Saad’s recent strong form has seen his name thrust into All Australian consideration. He had 16 disposals at 93% efficiency in Essendon’s draw against Gold Coast.