Taylor signs back on with Brisbane

TERANG Mortlake footballer Lewis Taylor has committed to the Brisbane Lions.

The first-year sensation signed a one-year contract extension yesterday, tying him to the club until the end of 2016.

Taylor, who joined the Lions on a two-year deal after he was picked up via the 2013 AFL national draft, has played all 17 games for Brisbane this season and will line up against Melbourne at Docklands tomorrow.

The creative small forward-midfielder joins a host of Lion cubs to recommit to the rebuilding club.

Taylor’s Geelong Falcons teammate Darcy Gardiner put pen to paper yesterday too.

Victorian Michael Close, Perth-raised duo Marco Paparone and Nick Robertson and South Australia’s Sam Mayes have all re-signed this season in a positive sign for the Lions.


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