Wednesday, 3 June 2015
Claye Beams will
miss the rest of the season after undergoing knee surgery.
It was originally hoped Beams would miss just a month, but coach Justin Leppitsch revealed a far worse outcome.
"Unfortunately they've had to stitch his cartilage back together and that's usually a 12 to 14 week injury," Leppitsch said.
"So if you do the numbers, it probably means his season."
Tuesday, 2 June 2015
Claye Beams is set
for surgery on an injured medial ligament in his left knee.
Beams will miss a minimum of three to four weeks, but the club is fearful of damage to the meniscus, which would sideline the luckless youngster longer.
Tuesday, 21 April 2015
Claye Beams breaks the little toe on his left foot while getting out of the pool at a team session.
He will miss one to two weeks as a result.
Tuesday, 7 April 2015
Claye Beams and Jono Freeman each sign two-year contract extensions with Brisbane.
"They are both very good young players and have really bright futures with our football club," Lions football manager Dean Warren said.
"The fact they are both Queenslanders makes it that bit sweeter for the local game, and shows the kind of talent the game in Queensland can produce."
Friday, 4 April 2014
Claye Beams signs a one-year contract extension with the Brisbane Lions.
Sunday, 9 March 2014
Claye Beams will miss up to eight weeks after scans confirm a fractured foot.
The injury, to the fifth metatarsal of his left foot, was sustained during the Lion's practice match against the Sydney Swans.
"We are certain that the resilience and absolute professionalism that Claye has displayed throughout his previous rehabilitation will get him through this tough period," general manager of football operations Dean Warren said.
Sunday, 2 February 2014
Coming out of contract at the end of the year, Claye Beams hopes to have a big 2014 after recovering from a knee reconstruction.
"I reckon the best year of footy I had was in my first year when I was a rookie and I wasn't guaranteed a spot on the list let alone a senior game," Beams said.
"Being out of contract at the end of the year (as well), they're two tough challenges.
"I've got to play footy to retain my spot on the list. I look forward to the challenge ahead."
Wednesday, 10 April 2013
Claye Beams will likely miss the rest of the season after rupturing his left ACL at training.
"Claye had an outstanding pre-season and was consolidating his position in our best 22, so understandably he is devastated by this setback," Lions general manager of football operations Dean Warren said.
"We are certain Claye's strong character will get him through this tough period and that he will approach his rehabilitation with absolute professionalism."
Monday, 13 August 2012
Young Lions Claye Beams and Josh Green have re-signed with the club on two-year deals.
"It is fantastic, it is great to have two young guys like them agree to terms because we think they are an important part of our future," Lions football manager Dean Warren said.
Monday, 2 April 2012
Claye Beams receives the first nomination for the NAB AFL Rising Star Award for 2012 after impressing against Melbourne with 25 touches.
Tuesday, 28 February 2012
Lion Claye Beams can thank his brother, Collingwood's Dayne, for his career in the AFL.
"Watching Dayne play footy again reignited my bug and I started playing again and was lucky enough to play here," Claye said.
"He told me to get off my arse and do something. He was supportive and one of the main reasons I got back out there.
"I'd sat out half the (2009) season already and thought I might have left my run a bit late, but I thought 'Stuff it, I've got nothing to lose', so I gave it a crack and was lucky enough."
Sunday, 22 January 2012
A fitter Claye Beams has also added bulk to his frame as he plots to make an impact in 2012.
"I came to the club pretty skinny. I hadn't touched a weight in my life," Beams said.
"So I got a pretty rude awakening after coming to the club and realising just how much time you spend in the gym. I came in weighing 76kg and I weigh around 83kg now."
Tuesday, 24 May 2011
Young lion Claye Beams will have season-ending surgery after being diagnosed with a stress fracture in his navicular.
Saturday, 19 December 2009
New draftee Claye Beams says he was made to feel welcome at his new club, the Brisbane Lions.
"I was pretty nervous when I showed up, with guys like Jonathan Brown and Brendan Fevola there," the Gold Coast product said.
"But they are all really good blokes and all came up and talked to us and made us feel welcome. They made it a hell of a lot easier to settle in.
"I had a meeting with the Lions and they got in touch with me after the national draft and said they were interested, so it was great to get picked up by the club."