Under-fire Brisbane coach Justin Leppitsch is a relieved man after the Lions held on for a nail-biting four-point AFL victory over Carlton, one that so easily could have gone the other way.The Lions snared their third win of the year but had to do it the hard way.They withstood a furious late comeback from the Blues who were 41 points down at one stage in the third quarter before getting to within three points with seconds left.Leppitsch hailed his leaders - including Dayne Zorko and Tom Rockliff who ran riot in midfield - for showing the way.He also had high praise for his young players for their late heroics defence in sealing the 15.9 (99) to 13.17 (95) victory.After losing their previous two games by a combined 232 points, it didnt matter how they got it done as long as they got it done in front of 17,432 fans at the Gabba.Fortune favours us today and its a good feeling for our club, said Leppitsch, who is fighting to save his job ahead of an end-of-season review.Its good just for our supporters too, to get the Gabba cheering again and come away feeling good about themselves.Skipper Rockliff finished with a game-high 39 disposals, 12 tackles and six clearances and together with former Blues player Mitch Robinson (22 disposals, 11 tackles), was everywhere for Brisbane when the game needed to be won.Zorko (27 disposals) kicked three goals and directly set-up four others - three of them to forward Michael Close who finished with a career-best haul of four and was simply irresistible in the first half.The Blues, who suffered their ninth-straight defeat, were left to rue inaccurate goalkicking and a failure to convert their dominance after going forward 68 times to Brisbanes 46.They kicked the first two goals of the game but Brisbane responded with nine of the next 11 to take a stranglehold on the match.Carlton coach Brendan Bolton insisted they didnt underestimate the Lions.We just didnt bring enough defensive intent, he said. 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With rival clubs readying recruiting raids, Greater Western Sydney will again be a key player in the AFL trade period.That wont be news to the talent-laden Giants, who are already resigned to losing homesick forward Cam McCarthy to a Western Australian club - most likely Fremantle - and promising key-position player Caleb Marchbank, who has requested a trade to Carlton.With the dust still settling on the Western Bulldogs stunning grand final win, attention will quickly turn to the trade period that runs from Monday October 10 to Thursday, October 20, and the free agency signing period, that starts on Friday October 7 and runs for 10 days.GWS played hardball with McCarthy a year ago when he requested a trade to his native Perth, with the talented forward choosing to sit out the AFL season when a trade didnt materialise.Marchbank, the sixth overall pick at the 2014 draft, put in a trade request to return to Victoria, with the Blues his desired destination.The club will work closely with both Greater Western Sydney and Calebs management to come to a suitable arrangement, Carlton list manager Stephen Silvagni said in a statement.That pair wont be the only Giants enquired about by other clubs, with Adam Tomlinson, Jack Steele and Will Hoskin-Elliott also likely to attract interest.GWS are also reportedly interested in dealing with Essendon to secure the No.1 pick at this years draft, which would be the fourthh top overall pick in the clubs short history.ddddddddddddThe coming trade and free agency periods promise to be amongst the busiest ever seen.Jaeger OMeara and Dion Prestia both want out of Gold Coast, with Hawthorn and Richmond their respective destinations of choice.The Hawks will need to be adequately compensated by Fremantle if Brad Hill is to get his wish to cross the continent to play with his brother, Stephen.Melbourne say they are comfortable with where Jesse Hogans contract situation sits, but speculation continues that both Perth clubs will try to make the Demons an offer they cant refuse for the talented young forward.Intrigue also surrounds the futures of North Melbourne trio Brent Harvey, Nick Dal Santo and Drew Petrie, who were all let go by the Roos.Petrie has attracted interest from West Coast, while Harvey and Dal Santo are still considering their futures.Harvey had been linked with a move to Collingwood but coach Nathan Buckley categorically denied that was the case during grand final week.The Magpies will also be a club to watch, with Dockers forward Chris Mayne and Kangaroos veteran Daniel Wells reportedly targeted.Travis Cloke is contracted for next season but has been strongly linked to the Bulldogs after announcing his desire to start afresh elsewhere. 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