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Eight SUNS Academy players selected into Allies Squad

The 2018 Under 18 Allies Squad has been announced following the conclusion of the NAB Academy Series.

10:45am  May 24, 2018

Heron's debut one of a kind

Jacob Heron is going to find himself in some good trivia quizzes regardless of what happens in the rest of his AFL career.

2:55pm  May 23, 2018

Running men: Keeping track of your club's speedsters

Who racks up the most kilometres in a game at your club? Who's hit the highest speed in a sprint? It's not always who you might think.

1:15pm  May 23, 2018

NEAFL: Match Report, Round 3

Cameron Smith  April 23, 2018 12:11 PM

Image: David Layden | NEAFL - NEAFL

Image: David Layden | NEAFL

The Brisbane Lions have triumphed by 47 points in the NEAFL ‘QClash’ to leave the Gold Coast SUNS with their first loss of 2018.

Brisbane had control for most of the day, but the 12.11 (83) to 5.6 (36) was mainly on the back of a very good third quarter.

The Lions were able to get some ascendency late in the first quarter, to kick the only two goals of the term.

The SUNS kept in touch in the second quarter, with the Lions taking a 16-point lead into half-time.

In the third term, the Lions made the most of a strong breeze, kicking out to a 47-point three-quarter time lead.

Two Max Spencer goals in the first five minutes in the fourth quarter gave the SUNS a small hope, but this was short-lived with the Lions later kicking two of their own.

It wasn’t all bad for the SUNS, who were missing three of the better players from the first two weeks.

Callum Ah Chee was very good in his return from a pre-season hamstring injury, with 14 possessions, eleven of which were contested, in limited minutes.

Gold Coast SUNS Development Coach Aaron Rogers said it was pleasing to see Ah Chee back on to the field but lamented their contested ball work.

“He (Ah Chee) gave us some spark in the area we were deficient in, that contested ball,” Rogers told

“We’ll just be getting back to our bread and butter which is contested ball and tackles. That’s our brand and what we value so we’ll get our head down and bum up in that area and try to get back on the right side of the ledger” he said.

Next week the SUNS play their first game on the coast for the year at Fankhauser Reserve, Southport.

They will take on Sydney at 11am on Saturday, April 28.


Brisbane Lions v Gold Coast Suns at South Pine Sports Complex

Brisbane Lions 2.6 4.8 10.10 12.11 (83)
Gold Coast Suns 0.3 2.4 3.5 5.6 (36)

 B Starcevich 2, J Barrett 2, R Bewick 2, J Walker 2, B Sloan, R Mathieson, O McInerney, C Beams
Gold Coast: M Spencer 2, E Baru, C Beaman, T Bowie

 M Eagles, S Mayes, B Starcevich, R Mathieson, T Bell, J Frost
Gold Coast: C Ah Chee, C Ballard, J Leslie, A Hall