1. Lions guernsey misses the mark
One of the great things about Indigenous Round is the unique guernsey designs on show from all clubs. While the Lions' primarily maroon and grey jumper came up a treat, they missed the mark badly with their maroon numbering. It was almost impossible to see for commentators and spectators alike, and really detracted from what was otherwise a classy design.

2. Don't undervalue this Saints win
On paper this looked a ho-hum battle between two battling clubs, but St Kilda's gritty 22-point victory should not be underestimated. They trailed by 29 points during the first quarter and could have easily meandered along to an honourable loss. But as they showed in round six against the Western Bulldogs, that's not in their nature in 2015. Not only did they chalk up a third win, but they moved another four points clear of a wooden spoon battle that is likely to hot up at the back-end of the year. It was no surprise captain Nick Riewoldt, playing his first game since being concussed against Adelaide two weeks ago, led from the front with a season-high four goals.

3. Armitage the A-Grader?
If he's not already recognised among the competition's elite midfielders, David Armitage took another giant step against the Lions. He came into the game second in the league for average disposals with 33 a game, and added another 31, 11 clearances and two goals at the Gabba. With his team being outworked in the first quarter, the 26-year-old bobbed up for two second quarter goals to turn the tide. He is a relentless worker around the stoppages and in open spaces and must be pushing for an All Australian squad selection after nine rounds.

4. Saints smalls swing the match
After the Lions ran rampant in the opening quarter, the fleet-footed St Kilda small forwards and midfielders turned this match on its head. Armitage kicked two in the second quarter, Luke Dunstan crumbed twice and snapped truly off both his left and right foot and Jack Lonie crumbed a goal with his left foot.

5. Andrews a star among more Lions injuries
While the Lions' injury woes continued with key defender Darcy Gardiner (calf) a late withdrawal and rebounding defender Ryan Harwood (concussion) sidelined early in the second quarter, youngster Harris Andrews continued to show his enormous upside. The 18-year-old playing just his seventh game spent most of the day on superstar Riewoldt, and while the Saints skipper bagged four – not always Andrews' fault – the young Queenslander was far from disgraced. His one-handed contested mark in the second quarter against 'Roo' showed just how good he could be.