The Brisbane Lions today announced that coach Michael Voss will not have his contract renewed come seasons end.
Voss took over the coaching reins from Leigh Matthews at the end of the 2008 season, and took the Lions to finals in the 2009 season. It is reported the club offered Voss the opportunity to coach out the year, but he is believed to have declined. Continue reading
Playing for a sports team at university means you meet new friends, try new things and have new adventures.
One of those new adventures could be ultimate frisbee. In 2013, the La Trobe University Ultimate Frisbee club (otherwise known as LATUUF) has seen a new cohort of players not only join the club, but stick with the club. Continue reading
Southern University Games (SUG) is the biggest university sport event on the calendar in July for Victoria, and there is plenty of action and partying happening all week.
There are 16 sports to be contested over four days between Victorian universities, a couple of TAFE institutes, with Adelaide and Tasmania also included in the mix.
Before I continue, here are the 16 sports for the 2013 games, to be held in Ballarat, in partnership with the University of Ballarat: Continue reading
Redemption is on the minds of both Brisbane Lions and Adelaide fans this weekend, with neither side posting a win in round one.
Adelaide were beaten at home by Essendon, while the Lions were huge fancies to beat the Western Bulldogs in Melbourne, but ultimately succumbed to not being able to run out the four quarters.
After a superb pre-season competition, the Lions wanted to start season 2013 off with a bang-a goal which proved to be unachievable. Hope, however, may lay in store at the Gabba in front of loyal hometown fans.
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Some timely performances from the Lions youth brigade and a string of wins saw the struggling 2001-2003 premiers find some late form to finish 13th in 2012.
Considered to be something of a pretender team for several years now, Lions fans started to claw their way back out of their hiding holes, as a plethora of injuries saw many key players out for large chunks of last season. The shining light for the club was the way in which the likes of Dayne Zorko, Tom Rockliff and Daniel Rich in the midfield stepped up a gear to support the veterans and new players. Continue reading