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The RoarPort: Round 5 v Collingwood

RoarPort: Round 5 Here is what's happening around the club leading into Easter Thursday.

Injury List

No new injuries were recorded in the Round 4 AFL or Round 2 NEAFL matches last weekend.

Marcus Adams (2 weeks), Brandon Starcevich (5 weeks) and Zac Bailey (3-4 weeks) continue to process well with their recovery from injury.

See the full injury list.

What's On This Week

Easter Thursday's blockbuster clash between the Lions and Pies is set to sell out with only a limited number of tickets remaining for the match. 

The Lions' hard-working MemberHQ team are recommending for those who don’t want to miss out to sign up as a Season Member as it’s the safest way to guarantee a seat. For more information visit https://membership.lions.com.au/

Open Training at the Gabba

Don't miss the Lions' first open training session at the Gabba for 2019! Watch the team train from the stands, before grabbing a few photographs, autographs and chatting with the players.

Stop by the Lions Shop before training to grab yourself some fresh kit or pre-order your Hall of Fame Guernsey.

When: Wednesday 17 April, 9.30am arrival for 10.00am start
Where: Gate 2, The Gabba - Entry via the Lions Shop

AFL Premiership Season: Round 5 

Brisbane Lions v Collingwood Magpies
Thursday, 18 April at 7.35pm
The Gabba, Brisbane

Secure your tickets to Round 5 at the Gabba!

NEAFL Round 3 

Brisbane Lions v Aspley Hornets
Friday, 19 April at 1.30pm 
Voxson Oval, Carseldine

The Lions NEAFL side head into Round 3 with a 2-0 win tally, after outstanding victories over NT Thunder and GWS Giants to start the 2019 season.

The match will be live-streamed on the NEAFL Youtube channel. More details to come. 

Hall of Fame Evening

Be there as the Brisbane Lions recognise the outstanding players, coaches and administrators across the Club’s merged AFL and VFL history.

Click here to secure your tickets to the Hall of Fame Induction Evening on Saturday, 8 June in Melbourne.

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