Young winger, Harry Sharp, has extended his commitment to the Brisbane Lions until at least 2025, signing a two-year contract extension.

The 20-year-old, now in his third season, was drafted by the Lions with pick 43 in the 2020 National Draft.

Known for his running prowess as a youngster, Sharp’s silky skills and high footy IQ have established him as one to watch for future as he looks to build on his 10 appearances in Lions colours.


Despite receiving strong interest from abroad, Brisbane Lions General Manager of Football, Danny Daly is grateful Sharp has committed to the Lions.

“Sharpy has been with us for a few years, first year he was the sweet little school kid, this year, he’s played some really good footy,” Daly said.

“He is another young player who has probably had the opportunity to go elsewhere but decided to stay with us, which we are really thankful for.


“We see a great future for Sharpy, he’s improving out of sight, so thank you for committing to us and staying at Brisbane.”

Sharp, a graduate of St Laurence’s College, Brisbane after moving from Melbourne in 2021, is very excited to be committing to the club for the next two years.

“Thanks to the club for the opportunity,” Sharp said.

“I’m excited to recommit, love the group, love what we are building here and I’m looking forward to what the future holds.”