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2022 Toyota AFL Premiership
Round 13 • Brisbane Lions v St Kilda
Gabba Brisbane
78 10.18
Full Time Lions by 21
57 8.9
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    Game Day Guide: Round 13 v Brisbane Lions

    Everything you need to know ahead of Round 13!

    St Kilda’s bye round is over and the boys are back to kickstart the second half of the season this Saturday night as they take on the Brisbane Lions.

    2022 AFL Season | Round 13

    Brisbane Lions v St Kilda
    Saturday 11 June
    7:25pm AEST, Gabba
    Broadcast live on Channel 7, Fox Footy, Kayo and the Official AFL Live App

    Ticketing

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    For all ticketing information for 2022 click here.

    Supporter Group

    The QLD Supporter group will be meeting at the location below pre and post-game:

    706 Main St, Kangaroo Point (which is walking distance to the Gabba). 

    Cultural Gift Exchange

    Ahead of every game this season an Indigenous player will join the captain at every coin toss to take part in a cultural gift exchange. Championed by newly appointed Indigenous Development Manager Aunty Katrina Amon, the move is designed to continue to embrace Indigenous culture within the club.

    You can learn more about the tradition here.

    Getting there

    Public transport is the best way to get to The Gabba.

    Travel for FREE within the Brisbane City Council shire by showing your pre-purchased event ticket on Queensland Rail City Network trains (excluding Airtrain), Brisbane City Council buses or a special event shuttle service from 4 hours prior to the event.

    Limited parking spaces are available to purchase here.

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    Visit the official Saints Match Centre for live in-game stats, videos, news and other updates.

     

    Match Report

    Injury-hit Saints run out of legs as inaccurate Lions roar

    St Kilda fought hard after being forced down to just two rotations in the final term, but couldn't overcome Brisbane on its home ground.

    On a night in which it struggled for attacking fluency, Brisbane got its hands dirty to muscle past an injury-ravaged St Kilda by 21 points at the Gabba on Saturday night.

    The Lions trailed by 12 points at half-time but dominated field position and eventually forced its way to a 10.18 (78) to 8.9 (57) victory, despite some inaccurate kicking around goal.

    While others struggled to hit targets under heavy pressure, Hugh McCluggage rose when his team needed it, gathering 33 disposals and seven clearances in a pure midfield role, adding a brilliant running goal from 50 metres early in the last quarter.

    Lachie Neale (37 touches) was prolific, while Joe Daniher (three goals) made a successful return from shoulder injury after missing the past six weeks.

    It was a rough night for the Saints, who had to play the final term with just two fit players on the bench after Mitch Owens (concussion), Dan McKenzie (concussion) and Zak Jones (hamstring) were all unavailable.

    Jack Sinclair, Seb Ross and Jade Gresham all worked tirelessly, but the Saints were overwhelmed and eventually ran out of legs.

    Round 13 v Brisbane

    Round 13 v Brisbane

    Brisbane led by three points at quarter-time despite squandering some golden chances around goal, before overcoming its slow start in the contested possession count to match the Saints in that area, get on top in the clearances (34-25) and dominate the inside 50 count 60-41.

    Its defence, which had leaked 104 points a game over the past three weeks, was rock solid, with great pressure around the ball and half-backs Keidean Coleman and Brandon Starcevich influencing with their intercepting.

    SAINTS MATCH CENTRE: View all news, stats and videos from Round 13

    Daniher and Charlie Cameron kicked two goals within a minute, but the lead could have been greater had Cameron added a second from close range on-the-run, and Jarrod Berry handballed to unmarked teammates in the goalsquare rather than snapping wide on his left boot.

    St Kilda continued to frustrate the hosts in the second term, kicking three goals to one, with McKenzie kicking one just before half-time shortly after Daniher gave away a 50m penalty.

    Injury chaos for the Saints

    St Kilda played with just two players on the bench in the final quarter after a night of injury carnage. It started late in the first half when youngster Mitch Owens suffered a sickening head clash with Lion Linc McCarthy, coming off worse for wear and being ruled out through concussion protocols. It was Dan McKenzie succumbing to the same fate in the third quarter after landing heavily in a marking contest, and late in the quarter it was Zak Jones being ruled out with a hamstring injury.

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    RD13 | Brave young Saint dazed after brutal head clash

    Mitch Owens leaves the field with concern following this heavy collision with Lincoln McCarthy

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    Big Joe v Big Max

    Two of the best key forwards in the competition, the battle of influence between Joe Daniher and Max King was always going to be a tantalising one. Daniher, playing his first game in six weeks after overcoming a shoulder injury, had a big impact, kicking 3.2 from 10 disposals. His towering third quarter mark and goal was important, as was his gimmie from the goal-line to give the Lions breathing space in the fourth. At the other end King kicked the game's first two goals, but as St Kilda's forward forays dried up, so did his impact. He waged an engrossing battle with Harris Andrews, finishing with 2.3 from 10 touches.

    BRISBANE  2.4  3.6  7.10  10.18 (78)
    ST KILDA  2.1  5.6  7.7  8.9 (57)

    GOALS  
    Brisbane: Daniher 3, McCarthy 2, Cameron, McCluggage, Robinson, Bailey, Starcevich
    St Kilda: Gresham 2, King 2, Butler, Crouch, Higgins, McKenzie

    BEST  
    Brisbane: McCluggage, Neale, Starcevich, Daniher, Coleman, Berry
    St Kilda: Sinclair, Ross, Gresham, Battle, Paton

    INJURIES  
    Brisbane: Zorko (hamstring), Gardiner (back)
    St Kilda: Owens (concussion), McKenzie (concussion), Jones (hamstring)

    SUBSTITUTES  
    Brisbane: Darcy Fort (replaced Zorko at three quarter time)
    St Kilda: Jarrod Lienert (replaced Mitch Owens at half time)

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