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Lisle top Lion at Grogan

Jordan Lisle finished eighth in the 2013 NEAFL Grogan Medal count

10:00am  Sep 10, 2013

Double trouble in Blackburn

What do teammates Jordan Lisle and Stephen Wrigley have in common?

9:41am  Aug 22, 2013

Lisle faces old mates

Jordan Lisle is set to line-up against his former side for the first time

12:33pm  Jun 27, 2013

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195 cm
94 kg

Player Bio

At a Glance

Junior Clubs: -
Clubs: Hawthorn / Brisbane Lions
Debut: Rd 11 2011
Recruited from: Oakleigh Chargers (VIC) / Hawthorn
Brownlow Votes: -


Jordan Lisle is an exciting key position prospect who spent his first three years of development at Hawthorn. Capable of playing key posts at either end of the field, he is a versatile option who is regarded for his marking ability, competitiveness and football smarts.


• A former student of Carey Grammar, Lisle represented the Oakleigh Chargers in the U18 TAC competition before ultimately getting drafted by Hawthorn with Pick No.50 at the 2008 AFL National Draft.

• He spent his first two seasons with Hawthorn's VFL affiliate - the Box Hill Hawks - and was trialled at both ends of the ground. He played primary up forward in 2010, booting 30 goals from 20 games.

• After an impressive start to the 2011 season, Lisle was constantly on the verge of selection in Hawthorn's senior team, however the Hawks' wealth of quality talls presented few opportunities.

• He eventually made his debut in Round 11 of 2011 against Fremantle and went on to play four of the next five matches before a broken cheekbone forced him out of the side.

• Lisle cracked another senior game in Round 24, but was dropped the following week on the eve of the Hawks' 2011 Finals campaign.

• The Brisbane Lions pounced on the 21 year-old during AFL Trade Week, welcoming him to the Club in return for Pick No.29. The Lions received the big man they so desperately needed, while Lisle saw a chance to gain great opportunities up North.

Season by Season

Season by Season

• Lisle was hoping to see more senior action in 2013, but he featured in just one of the Lions' pre-season games, and spent the first six weeks with the Reserves in the NEAFL. 

• He was eventually called up to the senior team in Round 7 against West Coast and played three consecutive senior matches. But after contributing just two goals during that period, he soon found himself back in the NEAFL. 

• The remainder of the season saw Lisle play the odd senior game here and there, although the bulk of his time was spent in the secondary competition, where he dominated up forward and was among the NEAFL's leading goal-kickers.

• He finished the season having played eight senior matches, with arguably his finest performance coming in the team's final match of the season against Geelong at Simonds Stadium, when he booted three goals in a narrow one-point loss. 

• Once the senior team's campaign had ended, he returned to the Reserves and helped lead them to a second consecutive State League title.

• Lisle also polled 12 votes to finish eighth in the NEAFL’s most prestigious individual honour, the Grogan Medal, despite playing just 12 reserve-grade matches.

• Lisle made his first official appearance in Lions colours during the NAB Cup pre-season competition, but wasn’t able to claim a senior spot in the team’s AFL season opener against Melbourne.

• Instead, Lisle continued his development as a key forward with the Reserves in the State League competition, and was even trialled as a pinch-hitting ruckman on occasion.

• He formed a formidable duo with Aaron Cornelius in the NEAFL, before eventually getting his first senior call-up for the Lions’ Round 19 match against Richmond.

• He played in each of the Lions’ final five matches of the season, booting four goals. Arguably his finest performance was against Carlton in Round 20 when he collected 19 disposals and took 10 marks.

• At the conclusion of the AFL season, Lisle returned to the Reserves side in time to help them claim the 2012 NEAFL Premiership. He was the team’s leading goal-kicker against the NT Thunder in the Grand Final with five quality majors.  

• Lisle backed up the following week with a commanding eight-goal haul against NEAFL Eastern champs Queanbeyan in the Lions’ 69-point Inter-Conference Championship win.  


By the numbers

  • 2019 Season Average
    Games Played
    • Kicks
    • Handballs
    • Disposals
    • Marks
    • Hit-Outs
    • Tackles
    • Goals
    • AFL Fantasy

2019 Highlights

Statistics Best Opponent Round
Kicks 0 - -
Handballs 0 - -
Disposals 0 - -
Marks 0 - -
Hit-outs 0 - -
Tackles 0 - -
Goals 0 - -
AFL Fantasy 0 - -

2019 Season Breakdown

Rd Opponent Result K H D M HO FF FA T G B AF
TOTAL W: 0 - L: 0

By the numbers

  • Career Average
    Games Played 23
    • Kicks 7.5
    • Handballs 4.9
    • Disposals 12.4
    • Marks 5.4
    • Hit-Outs 2.3
    • Tackles 1.4
    • Goals 0.7
    • AFL Fantasy 60.9

Career Highlights

Statistics Best Opponent Round
Kicks 16 Port Adelaide Rd 4, 2014
Handballs 9 Gold Coast Suns Rd 13, 2011
Disposals 22 Port Adelaide Rd 4, 2014
Marks 10 Carlton Rd 20, 2012
Hit-outs 7 West Coast Eagles Rd 7, 2013
Tackles 3 North Melbourne Rd 9, 2014
Goals 3 Geelong Cats Rd 23, 2013
AFL Fantasy 91 Carlton Rd 20, 2012

Career Breakdown

Season Club K H D M HO FF FA T G B AF


Frees For
Frees Against
AFL Fantasy points


AFL Brisbane Lions: 10 games, 5 goals


Club Awards

Lions Reserves Premiership Player
2012, 2013

Other Awards

Victoria Metro U18 Representative

All Australian U18