BLKsport Blog


April 2014

Lions launch BLK ANZAC Guernsey

The Brisbane Lions will honour the ANZACs by wearing a one-off, BLK designed, event guernsey for their Round 6 ANZAC Day clash against St Kilda in Wellington on Friday.

The guernsey, unveiled today, will be based on the Club’s regular away design, but will have a Lions-centric camouflage look and feature for the first time ever in Club history the official Australian Army Rising Sun and 7th Brigade logos on its front.

The Southern Cross will also appear in gold beneath the lion’s back paw, while “Lest We Forget” is emblazoned on the back.

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The Brisbane Lions have to let Jonathan Brown go


Author: Andrew Hamilton

The Brisbane Lions have to let Jonathan Brown go.

But it is just for ten minutes on Thursday night when he runs through the banner for his 250th game, because Brownie is most loyal of Lions, the son who’s proudest achievement was to play for the same club as his old man.

But, for that short moment at the Gabba before bouncedown against the Tigers, the inspirational Lions warhorse belongs to the whole country.

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Marvellous Milestones

At elite level, sporting milestones are measured in blocks of 50, that is after the pomp and ceremony surrounding a players debut match has been dealt.

Most players like to file their sporting memories away focusing on the next challenge, while fans look to celebrate every occasion with and for their favourite player.

That will certainly be the case when two of the Gold Coast Titans favourites run out onto CBUS Super Stadium to take on the Brisbane Broncos on Friday night.

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Western Bulldogs v Richmond Tigers



Richmond will start favourites in their round three AFL clash against the Western Bulldogs, however start the match at Etihad Stadium wary of a Bulldogs side reeling from last weekends disappointing loss against North Melbourne.

Midfielder Brett Deledio will miss his first game in seven seasons, however the Tigers have been buoyed by the return of Daniel Jackson.

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Melbourne Storm v Gold Coast Titans



Melbourne’s purple army are being urged to Fan Up as two of the Storms favourite sons celebrate NRL milestones this Sunday.

Storm stars Ryan Hinchcliffe and Bryan Norrie will celebrate their 150th and 100th NRL matches respectively when the Storm host BLK stable mates, the Gold Coast Titans at AAMI park.

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