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Voss losses cost gloss: injury report, round 12 2010

Round 12 injury report

The Brisbane Lions bandwagon is struggling with fantasy stars like Matt Maguire and Jonathan Brown out injured.

ADELAIDE, AUSTRALIA - MAY 23: Jonathan Brown of the Lions leads his team off the field after the Lions lost the game during the round nine AFL match between the Adelaide Crows and the Brisbane Lions at AAMI Stadium on May 23, 2010 in Adelaide, Australia. (Photo by Morne de Klerk/Getty Images)

injured INJURIES

Scott Thompson: Tagged by Sewell… 10 possessions… knock to the left eye socket in Q2 bruised up early… did not return
Steven Salopek: Right shoulder dislocated yet again in Q3 and off to hospital for X-rays… 13 disposals
Tom Williams: In the tracksuit after half time with hamstring trouble… 2 disposals
Raphael Clarke: Ran off Fyfe… 4 possessions and 2 marks with 2 tackles… did not return after half time
Nick Maxwell: 8 touches and 2 tackles plus 3 marks… limped off with right ankle problem in Q2 and didn’t return


David Wojcinski: 19 possessions and 3 marks… reported for striking Davey in Q2
Justin Koschitzke: Booted 2.1 from 16 possessions and 7 grabs on Grover… reported for striking Silvagni in Q2 but there was nothing in it


James Podsiadly: Booted 5.1 from 10 grabs and 17 touches on Fletcher… carrying groin soreness
Paul Chapman: Knock to the neck in Q3… 1.1 from 25 possessions with 5 tackles
Levi Greenwood: 14 possessions and 4 marks with 4 tackles… left thigh corked in Q2
Richard Hadley: Head to head with Swallow… 20 disposals and 7 tackles… sore right hamstring in Q4
Eddie Betts: 5.1 from 12 disposals and 3 marks on Rawlings including three majors in Q2… left knee knock in Q4
Chris Judd: Head to head with Wells… 23 possessions and 2 marks… knock on the outside of the left knee in Q4 and it was a corkie
Mitch Robinson: Cork in the right thigh in Q1… 13 disposals and 4 tackles
Brent Guerra: 15 possessions and 4 marks… copped a knock to the left side in Q1
Stephen Gilham: On Tippett… right hamstring restrapped in Q1… 9 touches and 3 tackles
Heath Hocking: 9 disposals… bleeding from the lip after copping one in the moosh in Q1
Brett Ebert: 11 possessions on Roberts-Thomson… right ankle rolled in Q2
Ben Nason: 3.0 from 16 touches and 5 marks on Stevenson… had a good Q3… off in Q4 after landing awkwardly in a marking contest but returned later in the quarter
Chris Newman: 17 possessions… copped Astbury’s knee in the ribs in Q3
Kelvin Moore: Minding LeCras… 13 disposals and 2 tackles… rolled right ankle in Q4 landing on LeCras’ boot in a marking contest
Robert Murphy: Playing halfback on Banfield… 25 disposals and 6 marks… right knee tweaked in Q3
Mitchell Clark: 4 hit outs and 4 tackles with 14 possessions and 8 marks… also 0.2… achilles soreness starting in Q2
Brent Staker: Playing CHF in Brown’s absence… 1.0 from 13 touches and 7 marks with 4 tackles… limped off in Q2 after left kneecap slipped out with extra medial ligament damage… returned heavily strapped later in the quarter
Jay van Berlo: Moved from Schneider to Montagna in Q3… 7 disposals and 3 tackles… rolled his right ankle in Q4
Dale Thomas: Head to head with Morton on a wing… 16 kicks among 23 touches with 3 marks… stinger in the left shoulder in Q3


Leigh Montagna: Tagged by Crowley then van Berlo… 17 possessions and 5 tackles


Jonathan Brown is out for at least a month.
Matt Maguire has a staph infection after going to hospital for treatment on his foot injury, and is listed to be out for 3 weeks.
Mark Williams will not return to play Hawthorn this week but Cale Hooker will.
Paul Bower will be among as many as four ins for Carlton this week.
No reports, including one for tripping on Brad Dalziell, resulted in suspensions.
Daniel Bradshaw is a likely starter against Collingwood but Mark Seaby is still several weeks away.
Maxwell is “hopeful” and “50/50” for the Swans match. Alan Didak, Luke Ball, Ben Johnson are all likely.
Mark Nicoski will be out for two weeks with a shoulder, while Tom Swift is doubtful and Chris Masten will return through the WAFL.
Salopek may miss the rest of the season with his dodgy shoulder.
Hamish Hartlett will miss the next game with a quad strain.
Scott Thompson was not on the injury list on Tuesday.
Tom Williams will miss one week.



  1. Hippo

    June 16, 2010 at 4:58 pm

    “The Brisbane Lions bandwagon is struggling with fantasy stars like Matt Maguire and Jonathan Brown out injured”

    WOW another inspired write up! lucky people like ready the forums other wise there isn’t anything else here to see that the or a million other sites show…and that is team list and injurys… come on you must have more to offer than this. How about a write up on rookies that haven’t debuted yet or how the brownlow is shaping up…. shit anything really other than injurys and team names

  2. stevemac

    June 16, 2010 at 5:44 pm

    matt maguire “listed as out for three weeks”, is there anything in reading between the lines here?

    hippo is a chop with too much time on his hands

  3. higgins76

    June 16, 2010 at 6:03 pm

    what about higgins?

  4. Dave085

    June 16, 2010 at 6:17 pm

    Dont wanna sound like im having too much of a go… BUT. Seems like too many people are having a winge and not saying or doing anything constructive.

    How about taking some initiative and writing something yourself and do your own research?

    Just a thought and definately not personally aimed at you Hippo, i dont really know you, but there are people on this site that just take take take and dont give.

    Again, i want to stress that this is nothing personal mate so dont be replying having a go at me.

  5. Esso

    June 16, 2010 at 6:22 pm

    If the Lions lose a few more Brown may well be mothballed for the year – would make sense

  6. Disco DB

    June 16, 2010 at 6:35 pm

    I think Hippo’s comment is (somewhat) contructive and a “write up on rookies that haven’t debuted yet” is a great idea and possibly overdue.

    Voss 2010 = FAIL.

  7. cysbobby

    June 16, 2010 at 6:57 pm

    Re Hippo: mate, m0nty provides what he provides, which is by far the best stats database that we all rely on, a live scores service that I’m sure you (like the rest of us) check continuously all weekend, plus more podcast each week than would appear to be humanly possible, plus whatever else he wants to provide. In return you look at ads – though I might add I doubt he’s making a killing out of it. If you want anything else, try to find it elsewhere, if it exists. You could of course make polite requests but obviously this level of civility has proved to be beyond your toolish mental capabilities.

  8. mervneagle

    June 16, 2010 at 8:11 pm

    I think it absolutely hilarious that anyone would complain about a free website and I am 99 percent sure that Hippo was taking the piss and seeing who would bite.

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