Brisbane Lions’ forward Dan McStay to go to Collingwood Magpies as free agent

Brisbane Lions forward Dan McStay has told the club he will exercise his free agency rights with the 27-year-old to join Collingwood in the upcoming trade period.

McStay played 161 games and kicked 138 goals after being drafted from Victoria to the Lions as a defender with pick No.25 in the 2013 national draft.

He developed into a forward becoming an important cog in the Lions’ attack alongside other marking targets Eric Hipwood and Joe Daniher and was an outstanding contributor in the club’s two finals wins over Richmond and Melbourne this season, playing in the ruck in the elimination…

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