|2002 again ended in success with the Lions
defeating Collingwood by nine points in the Grand Final to take their
Simon Black won the Brownlow Medal, Jonathon Brown won Mark of the Year,
won Goal of the Year and six players won All Australian Selection.
Simon Blacks winning of the Brownlow medal was well deserved
and topped off a stellar year with All Australian Selection and a second
Premiership. First Class
Collectables released two covers to commemorate
and two covers to commemorate
Coversplease. released a cover to commemorate
as the Brownlow Medalist and
The 2003 season again started off with the
Lions unbeatable at home. The season was marked with the release of club and
2003 Personalised Stamps. On the 5th April
2003 the Brisbane Lions Skipper, Michael Voss, played his 200th game.
First Class Collectibles released a
to commemorate the event.
Despite dropping to third on the ladder and then loosing the
qualifying final to Collingwood, the Lions fought back to make the 2003 Grand
Final against Collingwood, the same opponents as in 2002. The result was also
the same with the Lions winning their
Third Premiership in a row.
won All Australian Selection
with Voss as Captain.
2004 started with the Lions
favourite for the flag. In mid April the
Personalised Stamps were released. This year they were a booklet
of 20 stamps showing 10 players, rather than the A4 sheet.
was named in the Premiership Players Club and on the 17th
July he played his
On the 12th June at the
his 200th AFL Game. He also won
Selection along with
The Lions again made it to
the 2004 Grand Final
but were unable to equals Collingwood's feat of Four in a Row from the 1920s,
going down to Port Adelaide.
On the 1st April 2005 the Brisbane Lions
booklet of the
2005 Personalised Stamps was
released. On the weekend commencing
29th July 2005
played his 150th Game for the Lions.
A Commemorative Covers showing Power
was released by First Class
Class Collectables issued covers
to commemorate the Best and Fairest winners including
Jason Akermanis for Brisbane,
On the 20th
March 2006 the Brisbane Lions
booklet of the
2006 Personalised Stamps was
released. Round 16 was the Heritage Round with clubs wearing jumpers from a
previous era. Onlycovers released a cover for each club including
The Lions finished down the
ladder in 2007
with Australia Post issuing the
2007 Personalised Stamps.
2008 and 2009 were rebuilding years with them finishing in the bottom half
of the ladder in 2008 but making the finals in 2009 finishing sixth. Australia Post changed from the Prestige Booklet to the Folder
format issuing the
2008 Personalised Stamps
2009 Personalised Stamps.