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2024 Toyota AFL Premiership
Hawthorn v Brisbane Lions
Round 11 •
100 15.10
Full Time
75 10.15
Hawks Won By 25
Marvel Stadium,  Melbourne  • Wurundjeri

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    Game Day Guide: Round 11 vs Hawthorn

    We're heading to Melbourne for Round 11 for our first Marvel Stadium game of the season.

    We're heading to Melbourne for Round 11 for our first Marvel Stadium game of the season.

    Who: Hawthorn Hawks vs Brisbane Lions
    Where: Marvel Stadium, Melbourne
    When: Sunday 26th May at 1:10pm (local)
    Brisbane Lions Member Enquiries: Gate 5, 10:30am
    Gates Open: 11:30am

    Weekly Notices
    Lions Supporters’ Area →
    GA Aisle 31 on Level 1
    Post Match Function → Hear from select players and a member of coaching staff. (Unfortunately due to limited timing autographs and photos with players will not be possible)
    Date: Sunday 26 May
    Time: Post Game (Final Siren)
    Duration: 1 hour
    Location: Marvel Stadium: Victory Room D/E (Level 1, Row 15)
    Cost: Free

     

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    Tickets → Round 11 tickets are still on sale here.

    Lions Supporters’ Area → GA Aisle 31 on Level 1

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    Lions Shop → Unfortunately, we will not be able to offer merchandise for sale at the Marvel Stadium game. Despite this, we are committed to ensuring that you still have access to your favourite Lions gear! As a token of appreciate for your understanding, we are offering free shipping on all Victorian member orders placed online by 2 June 2024. Just log in or create a Lions Shop account using the same email address as your membership account to take advantage of this offer. Login Here.

    Food & Entertainment →  Read the food and beverages options here.

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    Address → 740 Bourke St, Docklands VIC 3008

    Train → Walk from Southern Cross Station via the pedestrian bridge to Marvel Stadium. It's around a four-minute walk. If you’re coming from outside Melbourne, V/Line services will take you to Southern Cross Station.

    Trams → Trams run to Marvel Stadium from LaTrobe Street and Harbour Esplanade. They also stop in the CBD on Spencer Street, Bourke Street and Collins Street and all are a short walk to the venue. Visit Public Transport Victoria for more information.

    Bus → The bus terminus is at Southern Cross Train Station and services airport transfers as well as routes across country Victoria. Marvel Stadium is a short walk across the Bourke Street pedestrian footbridge from the bus terminus.  

    Car → View the Marvel Stadium map here.

    Walking → An elevated, 20-metre-wide pedestrian footbridge connects Marvel Stadium to Southern Cross station and the intersection of Spencer and Bourke streets.

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    Watch → Free to air on Channel 7 or stream on Fox Footy or Kayo. Broadcast kicking off at 1pm.

    Remember! Sign up with a Digital Membership to get discounted Kayo! Become a member today →

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    08:21

    After trailing by 17 points at half-time, the Hawks flipped the game with a dominant six-goal third quarter and ran out easy 15.8 (98) to 11.7 (73) winners. What looked like a regulation forward 50 stoppage goal to Josh Dunkley early in the match meant so much more to the first-year Lion. After kicking 65 goals in 118 games for the Western Bulldogs – including a career-high 18 last year – Dunkley was yet to break his duck for his new club after 11 games. But with some slick work from Will Ashcroft early in the first term, the midfielder was able to snap truly on his right boot and was instantly mobbed by every one of his teammates.  

    HAWTHORN          4.1     5.4     11.7     15.8 (98)
    BRISBANE             3.2     8.3     10.3     11.7 (73)

    GOALS 
    Brisbane: 
    Hipwood 4, Rayner 2, Cameron 2, McCarthy, Dunkley, Ashcroft

    BEST 
    Brisbane:
     Dunkley, Andrews, Hipwood, Neale, McCluggage, Payne

    Crowd: 35,869 at the MCG

     

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    Match Preview: Hawks vs Lions

    Vic Fans we’re back and there’s plenty to unpack in this mighty match up.

    Vic fans we’re back and there’s plenty to unpack in this mighty match up.

    So, Lions fans it’s time to fly into this week’s Match Preview.

    Last Time We Met

    Last time: Hawthorn 15.8 (98) d Brisbane 11.7 (73) Round 13, 2023

    Last time we met the mighty fighting hawks, it wasn’t our finest afternoon. After trailing by 17 points at half-time, the Hawks flipped the game with a dominant six-goal third quarter and ran away with it.

    However, that’s history and this week our boys are ready to rewrite history. Sunday afternoon will be our first game against the Hawks at Marvel Stadium since 2000 and its a match-up that will arguably shape the second half of the season for whichever side wins.  

    Not to mention we have a pretty solid record at Marvel, winning nine of our last eleven games there, and we know with our Vic fans out in force that our Lions will be ready to roar!

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    Excited About

    Brandon Ryan’s Lions Debut!

    Sticksy Ryan will come full circle when he runs out at Marvel Stadium.

    The 200-centimetre forward who played three AFL matches for the Hawks after being selected in the 2023 Mid-Season Rookie Draft, arrived at the Lions’ den on the final day of last year’s Continental Tyres AFL Trade Period, which saw Jack Gunston return to the Hawks.

    Now after five VFL appearances in the maroon, blue and gold the 26-year-old gets his chance at AFL level as a Lion.

    We wish him the best of luck and know Lions fans will be eager to see what he can bring against his old side.

    Fitting Debut As A Lion For Brandon Ryan

    Match-ups we're keen for

    Kai Lohmann vs Will Day

    They might not line up side by side on each other but both men will be pivotal in their own right come Sunday.

    Day, who had a delayed start to the season has found his form after four games back. The 22-year-old overcame stress fractures in his foot and showcased his near-best performance with 27 disposals and a goal, despite his team narrowly missing out on their fourth win in five games.

    On the other side, our man Kai has steadily made his mark, playing every match for the Lions this year. The lively forward kicked a career-high five goals last week, earning the Rising Star nomination. Lohmann is starting to fulfil his promise just as the Lions need their young talents to step up. As these two promising players face off, it promises to be a thrilling contest.

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    Match Report: Hawks Soar Over Lions

    Once bitten, twice shy.

    Once bitten, twice shy. 

    After coughing up a seven-goal lead a week ago in Adelaide, Hawthorn showed it had learned a valuable lesson on Sunday, holding off Brisbane in the fourth quarter to secure a gutsy 25-point win at Marvel Stadium. 

    When the Lions dominated the third term a sense of déjà vu hovered above Docklands after the Hawks had led by six goals in the first half, but in a sign of maturity, Hawthorn absorbed Brisbane’s best flurry of punches to grind out a 15.10 (100) to 10.15 (75) win. 

    The Hawks have now won four of their past six games – and five in a row against the Lions – continuing an early season revival after starting 2024 with five consecutive losses. 

    Finals might be beyond them in Sam Mitchell's third season at the helm, but after a slow start to 2023 that ended with seven wins, the rebuild project at Waverley Park is on track. 

    This time last year, Jack Gunston wasn't part of that project, but on Sunday he was one of the most influential players on the ground, kicking a game-high four goals from seven marks, while also limiting the influence of Brisbane co-captain Harris Andrews, in his first appearance against his old side after returning home on deadline day.   

    After missing the past two games against St Kilda and Port Adelaide due to a dislocated shoulder, Hawthorn skipper James Sicily made a strong return to help guide the Hawks home, finishing with 26 disposals, eight intercepts and eight marks. 

    Unlike last Sunday at the Adelaide Oval, Hawthorn controlled the play in the final term. Blake Hardwick wasn’t sent back until the final three minutes. Mitchell spent the final 30 minutes on the bench, rather than in the box and was beaming when Luke Breust kicked a goal after the final siren to put the icing on the cake. 

    Former Hawk Brandon Ryan kicked the opening goal of the game inside the first minute, but from there Hawthorn controlled most of the next 120 minutes. 

    Dayne Zorko has been a revelation at half-back this year, but the 35-year-old had a couple of costly moments in quick succession early. The first was a high tackle on Jack Ginnivan, the second was a 50m penalty against Will Day that made it four in a row for the Hawks. 

    It took an errant handball from Sicily to gift Brisbane its next goal early in the second quarter, but it didn’t change things. Mabior Chol kicked two goals in a matter of minutes, either side of a Dylan Moore goal to extend the margin to five goals.

    Zac Bailey took some time to get going but he produced a moment of pure class to kick an important goal in time-on, before Logan Morris narrowed the margin by slotting his second goal from a tight angle. Gunston ended the run with a goal on the half-time siren. 

    After kicking five goals against Richmond to collect the round 10 Rising Star nomination, Kai Lohmann slotted the first two goals of the second half to cut the margin to less than a couple of kicks.

    Joe Daniher then reduced the margin to just four points when he converted his first, but just like he did late in the second quarter, Gunston kicked his third in the final minute to end a dominant but wasteful patch for the Lions.

    Dual Brownlow Medallist Lachie Neale changed the game, putting the ball inside 50 with five of his eight disposals in that quarter alone, accumulating 334 metres gained.

    But after enduring a tough trip home to Melbourne last Sunday night, Hawthorn flipped the script seven days later, putting the Lions’ season on the brink after round 11.

    HAWTHORN    4.3    9.5     10.8    15.10 (100)
    BRISBANE     1.3     5.5     8.12     10.15 (75)

    GOALS
    Hawthorn: Gunston 4, Chol 3, Dear 2, McDonald, Day, Ginnivan, Mackenzie, Moore, Breust
    Brisbane: Lohmann 2, Bailey 2, Morris 2, Cameron, Daniher, Ryan

    BEST
    Hawthorn: Gunston, Worpel, Day, Sicily, D'Ambrosio, Frost, Amon
    Brisbane: Neale, Dunkley, Berry, Lohmann

    INJURIES
    Hawthorn: Meek (ankle)  
    Brisbane: TBC

    SUBSTITUTES
    Hawthorn:  Luke Breust replaced Calsher Dear in the fourth quarter
    Brisbane: Harry Sharp replaced Brandon Ryan at three-quarter time

    Crowd: 29,664 at Marvel Stadium

     

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