Big League Lions: AFL Round Seven 2020









By Jack Kovacic

Find out how the eight former Lions performed in a big round 7 of AFL action this weekend!

🔴⚫️ 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.

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

After being a late inclusion last weekend, Fox held his spot for this round’s loss to Gold Coast. He had another solid performance, keeping Gold Coast forward Sam Day to two goals.

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

Hartley wasn’t selected in the Hawks team for their loss to Melbourne

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

Moore continues to push for selection, being named as an emergency for the third week in a row.

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

O’Brien had another good game for the Crows in their loss against the Saints. He finished with 28 hit-outs, 15 disposals, five clearances and won the ruck battle against a Rowan Marshall/Paddy Ryder combo.

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

Ronke continues to be sidelined due to stress related back injury.

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

Ryan had perhaps his best game of the season in the Dockers derby loss on Sunday. He finished with 19 disposals and five rebound 50’s (both team-highs) at 89% efficiency. He also received two votes in the Glendinning-Allan medal.

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

Despite his team being defeated comfortably, Saad continued his great form. The dashing defender had plenty of the ball, finishing with 23 disposals at 86% efficiency.