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2022 Toyota AFL Premiership
Round 21 • Brisbane Lions v Carlton
Gabba Brisbane
114 17.12
Full Time Lions by 33
81 12.9
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    Game Day Guide: Rd 21 v Carlton

    Members Round is here and it's being backed by Hyundai! It's a sellout!

    Members Round is here and it's being backed by Hyundai! It's a sellout!

    Who: Brisbane Lions vs Carlton [SOLD OUT]
    Where: The Gabba
    When: Sunday 7 August at 3:20pm (local time)
    Gates Open: 2:00pm (local time)
    Theme: Hyundai Members Round

    RD 21 SQUAD ANNOUNCEMENT

    RD 21 MATCH PREVIEW

    Hyundai Back our Lions

    Brisbane Lions and Platinum partner Hyundai have teamed together with Carlton as part of the Back Our Lions and Back our Baggers campaigns.
    Lions players will each wear a guernsey with a specific member’s name on the back, symbolising their commitment to play, not only for that member, but for every record-breaking Lions member who has supported the Club. Fans will also see Carlton players running out with their own members names on the back of their guernseys for the third year, as part of their ongoing ‘Back Our Baggers’ campaign.

    Member Presale (GA Upgrade via Ticketmaster): SOLD OUT

    Member Presale (3 Game and Flexi Redemptions): SOLD OUT

    Member Presale (Guest Passes): SOLD OUT

    General Public Onsale: SOLD OUT

    The Verandah, Outdoor Boxes, Premiership Suite: SOLD OUT

    Ticketing is once again digital for the 2022 season. Simply download the Official Brisbane Lions Club App to have your game access at your fingertips.

    PLAN YOUR TRIP
    The Gabba is a public transport destination! For any event public transport will get you the closest to your gate.

    PUBLIC TRANSPORT
    Public transport is the best way to get to The Gabba.

    Travel for FREE within the Brisbane City Council shire by showing your pre-purchased event ticket on Queensland Rail City Network trains (excluding Airtrain), Brisbane City Council buses or a special event shuttle service from 4 hours prior to the event.

    There's a heap happening this week for Members Round. Here's the tip of the iceberg >>

    > Members, keep your eye out for the Hyundai Hype Squad making their way around the Gabba on Sunday afternoon. There will be a heap of prizes up for grabs including Guernsey’s, AREAVIP tickets, Lions Shop vouchers and much more.

    > Members can enter the draw to be in our Guard of Honour, toss the coin, and be a junior mascot. Enter here.

    > And as always at home games the Member Jackpot is back and drawn at 1/2 time.

    > As part of the Back our Lions campaign one lucky member will be taking home the keys to their brand new Kona Active. Keep an eye on the big screen in the breaks to see who will win.

    LIONS SHOP

    Lions Shop Main Store will be open from 10:00am.

    Lion Park Pop-Up Marquee will be open from 2:00pm (weather permitting) selling all the latest merch, including 2022 Member cap and scarf redemption.

    Lions Shop Outlets will be open throughout the Gabba at gates 2, 4, 7, 9, and upper 7.

    LION PARK - Open outside Gate 2 from 2pm

    Taubmans Mural > This week in Lion Park outside the Gabba, Taubmans Performance in Paint, highlighting the most memorable match moments through the art of murals. Take a photo with the mural and share your celebration with #TaubmansPerformanceInPaint on Instagram or Facebook!

    Gettin' Jiggy With It > The famous GG DJ, DJ Diggler, is on the decks setting the epic pre-game vibes in the park.

    For The Kids > Free face painting thanks to Hyundai. Get vertical with the fan-favourite rock climbing wall.

    OTHER ACTIVITIES

    Mac For A Match > To celebrate the Brisbane Lions v Carlton match, you can score yourself a free Big Mac, thanks to Macca’s! It’s simple: if the Lions win, you win! Fans with a game-day ticket can pick up a free Big Mac the following Monday after 10.30am – lunch sorted!

    Tommy Guns > The boys' favourite barber, Tommy Guns will be set up at Balcony Bar this weekend. Make your way up there for a fresh cut

    Macca's Kick 2 Kick > Hey footy fans, Macca’s Kick 2 Kick is back! Stick around after the final siren to get on the ground with Macca’s Kick 2 Kick.

    50/50 Raffle > Get your tickets in the 50/50 charity raffle for your chance to win a guaranteed $20,000 cash prize. Every ticket purchased will support MND and Me. Tickets start from just $5. You can pre-purchase here.

    Win A Signed Guernsey > Buy 2 Coca-Cola Varieties from any outlet at the Gabba for your final chance to win a signed guernsey, footy and two corporate suite tickets for our last home game of the season. Just scan the QR card with your drink purchase to enter this week’s draw.

    FOOD & DRINK 

    Gabba food and beverage outlets will be open on all levels and gates. For the best footy food experience treat yourself to the suite life at AREAVIP, GG or The Verandah.


    Watch: Live on Seven and stream on Kayo.

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    RD 21 MATCH PREVIEW

    Match Report: Lions Bail Up The Blues

    Brisbane thoroughly deserved its four points, dominating around stoppages

    Carlton's quest to play finals hangs in the balance after losing to Brisbane by 33 points at the Gabba on Sunday and now having a nervous MRO wait for skipper Patrick Cripps.

    The Lions played arguably its best football of the season in the first quarter, but had to endure a withering Blues fightback in the last before winning 17.12 (114) to 12.9 (81).

    Carlton trailed by 57 points at the final change and whittled it down to 15 with three minutes remaining before the home team steadied.

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    Brisbane thoroughly deserved its four points, dominating around stoppages (24-8 centre clearances), pressuring relentlessly and moving the ball with speed, leaving their top-four destiny in their own hands with two rounds remaining.

    The result leaves Carlton needing one win against either Melbourne or Collingwood in the final fortnight to lock-up a top-eight spot, and the Blues may have to do so without their captain.

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    Neale with the opener

    Lachie Neale kicks the first major of the match with a classy finish.

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    Cripps' fate lies in the hands of Match Review Officer Michael Christian after a second quarter incident left Cal Ah Chee concussed and out of the game.

    Ah Chee gathered a ball mid-air with Cripps leaving his feet and collecting the Lions' wingman high.

    The Lions' midfield laid the platform for victory, led by bullocking ruckman Oscar McInerney, Brownlow medalist Lachie Neale (32 disposals), prolific Hugh McCluggage (28) and ever-energetic Rhys Mathieson (24).

    Zac Bailey was back to his damaging best with four goals, while captain Dayne Zorko (22 disposals) had maximum impact with his touches.

    Brisbane's first quarter was arguably its best 30 minutes of the season.

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    How it unfolded: Round 21 against Carlton

    The Lions and Blues clash in round twenty-one.

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    Although some inside 50 entries lacked polish, they barely gave Carlton a second to breathe, swarming on them in numbers and forcing a heap of turnovers in their forward half.

    Neale bombed truly from outside 50m, Zorko started a chain from half-back that ended in a Charlie Cameron goal, and when an uncharacteristic Adam Saad turnover resulted in a clever goal for Brisbane's skipper, the Lions were away.

    They won 17 clearances to six and camped in the front half of the ground, deserving every bit of a 29-point lead at the first change.

    Mathieson was like a vice with his tackling, while Neale, Jarryd Lyons, McInerney and Zorko laid the foundation for a dominant opening.

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    Carlton had 10 minutes of dominance following Cripps' second quarter incident, kicking three goals and missing a simple set shot for a fourth to get back into the game.

    The Blues were out of the game for most of the day before a withering final term.

    They rolled the dice, took the game on and kicked eight goals to one to reduce the margin to just 15 points.

    Jacob Weitering was fantastic in an under-siege defence.

    Zorko leads from the front
    After a season of struggles with his body and some indifferent form, Brisbane got the best version of Dayne Zorko against the Blues. Starting at half-forward and bringing his infectious pressure and energy, the Lions' skipper was in everything in the red-hot first quarter. His clever finish from a tight angle was important when the match was up for grabs, while his quick decision-making by foot sparked a number of Brisbane scoring opportunities. He finished with 22 disposals, including nine score involvements.

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    Zorko with a magical goal

    Dayne Zorko finds the big sticks from a tight angle.

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    Patrick Cripps could be in MRO strife
    The Carlton skipper will be more-than-nervous after his second quarter hit on Cal Ah Chee. The Brisbane wingman gathered a ball in mid-air, just as Cripps left his feet - not attempting to spoil – and cleaned him up. Ah Chee hit the turf immediately before being helped to his feet by trainers and assisted from the field. He did not return. Any suspension for Cripps would be a huge setback for the Blues with just two rounds remaining.

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    Team Song: Brisbane

    Watch the Lions celebrate their round 21 win

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    Zac's back
    After a blistering start to his season, Zac Bailey has been quiet ever since he missed the round 15 loss to Melbourne with COVID-19. After kicking just two goals in his last five games, and being subbed out against Richmond last week after coughing up blood, he was back to his absolute best against the Blues. Bailey had all of his zip and speed back, finishing with four goals and two assists from his 19 disposals to prove a genuine match-winner.

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    Baileys Day Out

    Zac Bailey sets up two goals and kicks four of his own in a dominant display.

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    BRISBANE       4.6       8.9       13.11    17.12 (114)
    CARLTON         0.1      3.5        4.8       12.9 (81)

    GOALS  
    Brisbane: McStay 4, Bailey 4, Cameron 2, Berry, Hipwood, Mathieson, McCarthy, Neale, Robinson, Zorko
    Carlton: Curnow 2, Fisher 2, Motlop 2, Cripps, Durdin, Martin, McKay, Newnes, Owies

    BEST  
    Brisbane: Bailey, McInerney, Zorko, Neale, Berry, McCluggage
    Carlton: Weitering, Saad, Cripps, Docherty, Walsh

    INJURIES  
    Brisbane: Ah Chee (concussion), Adams (ribs)
    Carlton: Martin (calf)

    SUBSTITUTES  
    Brisbane: Mitch Robinson (replaced Cal Ah Chee in the second quarter)
    Carlton: Corey Durdin (replaced Jack Martin in the fourth quarter)

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