A Brisbane man has returned to AFL football, playing in the final two rounds of the competition and playing his first game against Adelaide in round four.
Key points:The 19-year-old is the youngest player to play in AFL finals for the Brisbane LionsAdam McLean has played six matches for the LionsAdam Laidlaw was drafted into the senior team in the third round, while Luke Parker played his first AFL match against Essendon last season.
Josh Morrissey, 19, is the son of former Brisbane Lions skipper Adam Laidas, who was drafted in the fifth round, has played his best footy in his AFL debut, playing 17 games for the Tigers in 2017.
The Lions have been knocked out of finals contention for the first time since 2009.
The Brisbane Lions lost to the Adelaide Crows in the round four final at Etihad Stadium last season, but they have now won four games in a row.
They are the third team in AFL history to win four games and claim finals spots.
The Crows have won three of their six games, with a win in Perth on Sunday helping the Crows to a five-point victory.
The Cats won four of their five games, while West Coast has won three in a run of five wins.
The Kangaroos and Saints have lost in round one.
The Saints won the opening round and then lost to Collingwood in round two.
The Blues are the only team in finals history to lose all three matches.
They have won their first two matches against Carlton and Collingow but lost to Port Adelaide in the second round.
The Tigers have won two in a series.
They won the first two games against Essrick in round three and then won the third to get to the grand final.