Big League Lions – AFL Round Six 2020

By Jack Kovacic

Find out how the eight former Lions performed in a big round 6 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 a couple of weeks ago.


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

Fox was a late inclusion in Sydney’s loss to Richmond today. He got the big job on Tom Lynch and performed strongly, keeping the Tigers star to just one goal despite giving up 15cm in height.


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

Hartley played in a scratch match against Greater Western Sydney on Saturday morning. He is yet to feature at AFL level for his new club.


🔵 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 second week in a row.


Flag: Romania on JoyPixels Reilly O’Brien – 2 games and 0 goals for Coburg in 2014

It was a big week for O’Brien who accidentally tweeted his notes for his battle with Nic Naitanui with a broken phone being the culprit. It was a great battle in the ruck and although the Eagles came out on top, O’Brien performed strongly. He finished with 19 disposals, nine marks, 7 tackles and 12 hitouts. He was the highest ranked player on the ground and even walked away with a new phone courtesy of Nic Nat.


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

Ronke missed out on selection due to a stress-related back injury which will keep him out of action for the near future.


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

Ryan played his role in the come from behind win with a number of key outs in defence for the Dockers. He had the job on Max King and kept him to one goal.


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

Saad continued his good form in defence helping the Bombers move into the top four with a 4-1 record.