Big League Lions: AFL Round 13










Find out how the eight former Lions performed in a big round 13 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

Fox and the Swans defence had a lot more to do this week against the Dockers compared to their last match. Despite his team getting comfortably beaten, Fox still had a solid performance and picked up 15 disposals and four rebound 50’s.

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

After having to bide his time all season, Hartley was finally named to make his club debut for Hawthorn. He played his role well and probed he belonged at the level, picking up 14 disposals and nine rebound 50’s in the process.

🔵 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 played across half-back in a scratch match against the Bulldogs.

🇹🇩 Reilly O’Brien – 2 games and 0 goals for Coburg in 2014

O’Brien had one of his quietest games of the season in the Crows’ loss to the Cats. The ruckman didn’t quite showcase his follow-up and ball-winning ability around the ground, only having seven disposals to go along with his 37 hitouts.

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

After being sidelined with a stress-related back injury since round five, Ronke was last week ruled out for the remained of the season.

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

Ryan continues to get better week on week, and the All Australian noise keeps getting louder and louder. He was awarded the Goodes-O’Loughlin medal as best afield in the Dockers win over Sydney after having 26 disposals and seven rebound 50’s.

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

Saad is another whose name is right in the mix for All Australian selection. He continued to show his trademark dash off the halfback line in the Dreamtime clash against the Bombers. Saad had 21 disposals, nine rebound 50’s and was named amongst the Bombers’ best.