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Dayne Zorko kicks OUTRAGEOUS goal of the season contender as Lions beat Adelaide by 36 points

Dayne Zorko kicks OUTRAGEOUS goal of the season contender from the boundary line as the injury-plagued Lions beat Adelaide by 36 points to reach the top of the AFL ladder

  • Dayne Zorko kicked a goal from near the demarcation line without missing a step
  • The Brisbane captain won two majors as the Lions beat Adelaide 102-66
  • Lions improved to 8-1 for the season with the win and climbed to the top of the ladder.
  • But the reigning premiers Melbourne could claim the top spot tomorrow

Brisbane captain Dayne Zorko kicked a goal of the season contender in the Lions’ 102-66 win against Adelaide on Saturday night.

With the Lions leading by 38 in the fourth quarter at the Adelaide Oval, Zorko was handballed by Jarrod Berry inside the 50-yard line and close to the boundary line.

The 33-year-old kicked the ball almost without missing a beat, somehow managing to keep his balance before going out of bounds.

Brisbane captain Dayne Zorko kicked a goal of the season contender in the Lions' 102-66 win against the Crows at the Adelaide Oval on Saturday.

Brisbane captain Dayne Zorko kicked a goal of the season contender in the Lions’ 102-66 win against the Crows at the Adelaide Oval on Saturday.

His effort was rewarded when the Sherrin rolled across the square and between the posts under the watchful eye of Brisbane striker Charlie Cameron, who chose not to get involved.

The goal was Zorko’s second big goal of the night and he finished the game as the Lions’ third most prolific player behind Cameron and Zac Bailey, who kicked four and three goals respectively.

Brisbane improved to 8-1 with the victory and momentarily moved to the top of the ladder, with reigning Premiers Melbourne taking on West Coast tomorrow to extend their unbeaten record.

The Lions improved to 8-1 for the season and momentarily climbed to the top of the AFL ladder.

The Lions improved to 8-1 for the season and momentarily climbed to the top of the AFL ladder.

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