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2023 NAB AFLW Season 8
Brisbane Lions v Collingwood
Round 6 •
28 3.10
Full Time
33 5.3
Magpies Won By 5
Brighton Homes Arena,  Ipswich  • Yagara/Yugara

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    Game Day Guide: AFLW Rd 6 v Collingwood

    Round 6 is here and we're taking on Collingwood at Brighton Homes Arena!

    Round 6 is here and we're taking on Collingwood at Brighton Homes Arena!

    Who: Brisbane Lions vs Collingwood Magpies
    Where: Brighton Homes Arena
    When: Saturday 7th October at 6:15pm (local)
    Gates Open: 5pm, entry from gates 1 & 6
    Entry Conditions: Please read here
    Post-Match: Light and Fireworks Extravaganza on final siren

     

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    Tickets → Round 6 on sale now here. Kids go free* under 18!
    *Must redeem a free junior ticket via Ticketmaster

    We encourage fans to buy tickets early, before arriving at Brighton Homes Arena. Those who are hoping to buy from the ground will need to scan one of the available QR Codes to do so. The event is a Mobile Online Ticketing event, this means your phone is your ticket, for the best experience, we recommend you download, login and add tickets to your mobile wallet via the  Ticketmaster App before you get to the venue. Our enhanced digital tickets means that you won’t be able to use screenshots of tickets to get into the venue, please transfer any additional tickets prior to arrival.

    Please ensure your mobile phone is charged to allow your tickets to scan on arrival at the venue, If you do have issues with this, or accessing your ticket, please visit our Box Office with your ID and Order Number and our team can assist you on the day. Any other questions on Mobile Ticketing head to Ticketmaster Mobile Tickets

    Parking → Secure your car park 3 pass here.

    Membership → AFLW Members have free access! Use your Mobile Membership to scan in at the game. If you're not a member become one today and support the AFLW all season! Yes please, sign me up!

    Suites → Watch the AFLW in style from the Suites on the upper terrace, the suite-est place in Springfield. Image

    Upper Deck → Whether you are mixing business with pleasure or wanting to elevate your footy experience with your friends, we guarantee you’ll want to make yourself at home on the Upper Deck

     

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    Light & Fireworks Extravaganza →   Be sure to hang around post-game to watch the Brisbane Lions light and firework extravaganza live at Brighton Homes Arena! Sit back in awe as the sky and field are lit up with lasers, neons and epic fireworks!

    Lions Park → This round outside Brighton Homes Arena treat the kids to face painting and target ball practice! Inside the Arena we have a Maccas swing for the kids to come find and also have an Audeara pop up to check out! The new train stations will transform future game days and travel around Brisbane! Chat with the Cross River Rail team at their marquee, and check out their virtual reality station tours!

    Food & Drinks → Throughout the game we not only have food and drinks available from Wilde Kitchen & Bar but will also have food trucks on site. 

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    Make sure you check out the new Youi Community Hill and Canteen while you’re visiting our new home at Brighton Homes Arena. This space has been proudly developed in partnership with Youi and Brisbane Lions Football Club to celebrate our passion for footy and community. ‘The Hill’ is a gathering spot for all local players and supporters to come together and roar with pride for our Lions. Our ‘Community Canteen’ helps local clubs raise funds that go directly back to the community. This weekend, you can support local legends, the Park Ridge Pirates Junior Australian Football Club by purchasing sausage sangas and drinks from the ‘Community Canteen’. While Youi and the Lions created this space, we want you to make it your own. Go Lions!

    Lions Shop → Our main shop is located near gate 1, inside next to reception. we will also have a Lions Pop Up Shop outside on the concourse available between 5pm til final siren for you to get your merch fix! 

     

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    Train → The easiest way to get to Brighton Homes Arena is by train to Springfield Central Station. Your event ticket entitles you to TRAVEL FREE, to and from matches, on the Queensland Rail City Network (excluding Airtrain). Starting at Redcliffe you can get a direct train to the Springfield Central, stopping right at our Gate 1 entrance. Jump on from all the major stations in the city; Bowen Hills, Fortitude Valley, Central & Roma Street and you'll be out at Springfield Central in roughly 30mins!
    Remember to always plan your trip: Additional Springfield Line Information - Additional Translink Event Information

    Bus → Several route services service Springfield Central / Orion Shopping Centre including Route 526, 527, 528.

    Drive → Our address is 16 Eden Station Drive, Springfield Central 4300. Exits 31 or 33. Our address is 16 Eden Station Drive, Springfield Central. Paid parking is available for purchase in Carpark 3. Limited street parking is available. Plan ahead and book your carpark for the Collingwood game here. Additional street parking is available on Australia Ave or in the Springfield Park 'n' Ride located on Springfield Greenbank Arterial. 

    Accessible Parking → Accessible parking is available at Springfield Central Station accessible parking. Spaces are on a first come basis.

    Drop Off/Pick Up → Vehicle drop off and pick up is available at Springfield Central Train Station. Vehicles cannot remain here and will need to find parking offsite. 

    Bike & Walking → Bike and walking paths are available to access the stadium, including a dedicated path parallel to Mountain Creek. Bike racks are available at Springfield Central Station.

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    Watch → Free to air on 7Mate or stream on Fox Sports, Kayo, AFLW Official App or AFL Live Official App

     

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    In last year's season Brisbane met Collingwood in Round 10. It was the Lions' pressure that stood out though, barely giving Collingwood a second with any disposal, as run-down tackles from Dakota Davidson, Courtney Hodder and Cathy Svarc typified their hunger.

    BRISBANE                    2.1     5.2     6.6     8.7     (55)  
    COLLINGWOOD            0.2     0.2     0.3     1.4     (10)  

     
     
     

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    Lions Stunned By Pies

    For the second time in a week, Collingwood has broken Brisbane hearts.

    For the second time in a week, Collingwood has broken Brisbane hearts, this time with its women's team toppling the highly fancied Lions by five points at Brighton Homes Arena.

    Like their men's team at the MCG in last Saturday's Toyota AFL Grand Final, the women got the job done in dramatic fashion, overturning a 16-point half-time deficit to clinch victory.

    The 5.3 (33) to 3.10 (28) win was the Magpies' second straight and puts them right back in the hunt for the top eight.

    In her 50th game, Mikala Cann was the hero, kicking the go-ahead goal from 35m midway through the final term.

    But the comeback began just after half-time and it was captain Bri Davey who turned the tide, kicking a goal and setting up another in the third quarter to give her team life.

    In the final term, Eliza James kicked an early goal to put the visitors in front, and then after Brisbane squandered a number of chances close to goal, it was Cann who iced the victory.

    Taylor Smith missed a shot from near point-blank range, Ally Anderson sprayed a set shot from 25m and Orla O'Dwyer failed to score from the right forward pocket as Brisbane lost for a third time in four matches at its new home venue.

    For the third straight match, Brisbane was slow out of the blocks, conceding the first goal to Nell Morris-Dalton after a quick Collingwood counter-attack.

    But with Anderson getting her hands on the ball in the middle of the ground and Sophie Conway and O'Dwyer kicking goals and providing great drive from the wings, the home team was in front by quarter-time.

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    The Lions stretched the advantage in the second term to 16 points on the back of a Courtney Hodder goal, but could have led by more if not for some wayward kicking.

    Lily Postlethwaite and debutant Caitlin Wendland both hit the post, while Taylor Smith had an accurate kick overturned after it was touched off her boot.

    Is Karlson in trouble with the MRO?

    Collingwood defender Selena Karlson will have a nervous wait after a second-quarter incident involving Lions livewire Courtney Hodder. The Brisbane small forward took a running mark when Karlson clattered into her with a late collision. Hodder was awarded a 50m penalty to ensure a certain goal, and now Karlson will await the MRO's verdict.

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    The moment

    It had to be the milestone girl Mikala Cann who iced victory. In her 50th game, Cann was already making a huge contribution with her 19 disposals, including a match-high 14 contested, and five clearances, but her greatest impact came at the death. After winning a free kick 35m from goal and with her team trailing by a point, she calmly went back and slotted the match-winner to be the Magpie hero.

    Up next

    Brisbane will try to bounce back when it travels south to play Gold Coast next Saturday (4.35pm AEST) in the QClash at Heritage Bank Stadium.

    BRISBANE     2.0       3.6       3.8       3.10 (28)

    COLLINGWOOD        1.0       1.2       3.2       5.3 (33)

    GOALS
    Brisbane: O'Dwyer, Conway, Hodder
    Collingwood: Morris-Dalton, Davey, Morris, James

    BEST 
    Brisbane: Conway, Anderson, Koenen, O'Dwyer, Grider
    Collingwood: Davey, Bonnici, Rowe, Cann, Livingstone

    INJURIES 
    Brisbane: Nil
    Collingwood: Karlson (shoulder)

    Reports: Nil

    Crowd: 3276 at Brighton Homes Arena 

     

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