Bradshaw Boots Himself Into the Lions Recordbook

by admin 2. July 2005 09:41

Just got home from watching my favourite Lion's player, Daniel Bradshaw, boot himself a club record 9 goals against Melbourne. It's nice to see some winning games at the gabba lately. This puts the lions into the top 8 as well (though they could possibly be pushed out tomorrow after the Saints-Bulldogs game). Things are looking up in Brisbane town. My favourite of the younder lions, Anthony Corrie, did well as well - even if he did manage to run too far with the ball instead of taking a shot at one stage.

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