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2022 Toyota AFL Premiership
Round 9 • Adelaide Crows v Brisbane Lions
Adelaide Oval Adelaide
66 9.12
Full Time Lions by 36
102 16.6
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    Match Day Guide: Rd 9 vs Adelaide Crows

    We're heading down to Adelaide Oval this week for our Round 9 clash vs. Adelaide Crows.

    We're heading down to Adelaide Oval this week for our Round 9 clash vs. Adelaide Crows. Always a tough ground to play at with sometimes sketchy weather and similar locals ;)

    Who: Brisbane Lions vs. Adelaide Crows
    Where: Adelaide Oval, SA
    When: Saturday 14 May, 7:10pm
    Gates Open: 6:30pm (local time)

    General Public Tickets: Available HERE

    PLAN YOUR TRIP

    Adelaide Oval is situated right in the heart of the city, framed by the River Torrens and surrounding precinct. Whether you’re travelling by car, bus, train or tram, Adelaide Oval’s close proximity to the CBD makes it easily accessible.

    Patrons are strongly encouraged to take advantage of public transport when attending events at Adelaide Oval. The Oval is accessible by train, tram and bus services.

    Public transport timetables and routes vary between events. Please visit the Adelaide Metro website for the latest information relating to different events.


    Watch: Live on Seven, Fox Footy, and stream on Kayo.

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    How it Unfolded v GIANTS

    The Lions and Giants clash in round 11

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    We last met in Round 16, 2021, and 52-pts was the difference. A best on ground performance fro Jarryd Lyons, and a small forwards showcase thanks to Linc McCarthy (4 goals), Charlie Cameron (3 goals), and Zac Bailey (3 goals)

    Match Report: Lions Cruise Past Crows

    Brisbane survived an early scare to run away from a dogged Adelaide side, notching a 16.6 (102) to 9.12 (66) win at Adelaide Oval on Saturday night.

    Brisbane survived an early scare to run away from a dogged Adelaide side, notching a 16.6 (102) to 9.12 (66) win at Adelaide Oval on Saturday night.

    The Crows were jumped early and looked out of their class midway through the first term when they trailed by three goals, but they slowly put the dampeners on the Lions' dominance before taking the ascendancy themselves.

    Brisbane held an 11-point lead at the first break, but things turned round in the second term as Adelaide kicked the opening four goals of the quarter to hold a slender three-point lead at half-time and looked capable of carrying the momentum into the second half.

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    Charlie revs up Adelaide Oval

    Charlie Cameron was at his scintillating best with this super snap continuing his side's early momentum.

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    However, the Lions soon put an end to any talk of an upset with a six-goal-to-one third quarter, Charlie Cameron kicking two for the term in front of his former fans.

    Cameron finished with four for the match with Zac Bailey kicking three. The Lions midfield didn't dominate with numbers but the class of Lachie Neale, Hugh McCluggage and Dayne Zorko saw them use the ball well at every opportunity.

    Lions' small forwards stand tall
    Brisbane's key forward stocks have taken a belting this season, but the dominance of their small forwards has more than made up for the absent big men. Charlie Cameron, Zac Bailey and Lincoln McCarthy all entered Saturday's clash with double-figure goal tallies for the season and Cam Rayner joined them within the first 10 minutes of play. In fact, all four had goaled before quarter-time and finished with nine between them for the night. There's no doubt Chris Fagan would love to have Joe Daniher and Dan McStay back on deck, but the scoring load is in good - if small - hands in the meantime.

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    Bailey gets us back on the score board

    Zac Bailey ended Adelaide's run of goals with this snapping finish to give his side their first score of the quarter.

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    It ain't over till it's over the line, and even then it ain't over
    The football world has worked hard to send love the umpires' way this season and there was plenty of Crows fans adoring the work of one of the boundary officials at Adelaide Oval. The Lions defence worked the ball into the left forward pocket early in the second quarter, happy to see it go over the boundary line so they could reset for the next play, but the next play came quicker than expected. Ned McHenry was the only one aware the umpire's whistle hadn't blown, so he swooped with a beautiful one-hand pick up and snapped around the corner to bring the Crows within a kick. Brisbane's backmen, and Chris Fagan on the bench, were left pointing where the ball had once been, dumbfounded that it was now sitting 10 rows back behind the goals.

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    Zorko works his magic from the pocket

    Dayne Zorko submits Goal of the Year silencer with this outstanding dribble goal from the boundary line.

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    A chance gone wasted?
    The omission of Adelaide ruckman Reilly O'Brien took many by surprise this week, but close observers of the club would agree the big redhead has been well below his best. The selection decision gave Kieran Strachan his chance to stake a claim for the No.1 ruck spot in the same manner O'Brien did over his then-incumbent predecessor Sam Jacobs. Unfortunately for Strachan it wasn't the best performance of his three-year, five-game career, managing just six disposals and 21 hitouts, while his direct opponent Oscar McInerney was one of the Lions' best.

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    Team Song: Brisbane

    Watch the Lions celebrate their round nine win

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    ADELAIDE     3.3    7.6     8.8     9.12 (66)
    BRISBANE    5.2    7.3    13.6    16.6 (102)

    GOALS
    Adelaide: McAdam 3, McHenry 2, Hately, Rachele, Rowe, Walker
    Brisbane: Cameron 4, Bailey 3, Zorko 2, J.Berry, Coleman, Lyons, McCarthy, McInerney, Neale, Rayner, 

    BEST
    Adelaide: Laird, Dawson, Keays, Hately, Doedee
    Brisbane: Zorko, Cameron, Neale, Bailey, McInerney, Rich, Lyons

    INJURIES
    Adelaide: Nil
    Brisbane: Nil

    MEDICAL SUBS
    Adelaide: Luke Pedlar, unused
    Brisbane: Thomas Berry, unused

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