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Beginnings: Essendon Football Club, nicknamed The Bombers, are an Australian rules football club which plays in the AFL (Australian Football League). Formed in 1871 as a junior club and as a senior club in 1873, it is headquartered at the Essendon Recreation Reserve, Windy Hill in the Melbourne suburb of Essendon.

Records:
  • * Record attendance: MCG - 94,825 in round 4, 25 April 1995: Essendon 16.15 (111) drew with Collingwood 17.9 (111)
  • * Most games: 378 by Simon Madden 1974-1992
  • * Biggest finals crowd: 116,828 for 1968 grand final.
Full Ladder Team P W L D FOR AGNST % PTS
18 Essendon 22 3 19 0 1437 2356 61.0 12

Shaw's preview: Dons v Tigers

This week will be a massive round with all the teams in the ‘top 10’ playing each other. Essendon is the team in 10th position and face a tough month. 1 v 5, 2 v 4, 3 v 6, 7 v 10 and 8 v 9. There is a bit of sorting out to be done this week. 

This game can project the Bombers into the top eight. Essendon’s roadmap to finals participation will be clearly marked with the next four games against Richmond, GWS, Port Adelaide and Sydney. Wins against Geelong and West Coast were systematic and exciting.

The Tigers have lost by three points, two points and five points after leading by +24 in each game. They have been about 90 seconds combined (three games) from being 8-1. They could not close the deal but overall their form is to be respected. They have been very good in actual game play but efforts to close games out when in winning positions have been much discussed. You get the feeling...


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Hurley finds his range

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Michael Hurley was courted by other clubs last year, but he's glad he chose to stay with the Bombers.

Amid the excitement and relief of returning to the top level after a year out of football, Essendon star defender Michael Hurley could feel something was amiss in his game at the start of this season.

He was solid in the Bombers' stirring round one win over Hawthorn, but struggled to find his best in the following weeks. The 26-year-old hadn't worried about being able to settle back into Essendon's defence and play well despite missing all of 2016.

But, after being an All Australian backman the last time he played in 2015, Hurley could tell something was lacking. He just needed to figure out what. After a so-so opening month, Hurley caught up with Dan Jordan, one of the club's development and backline coaches, and quickly identified the issue.

"We spoke about being a bit more...


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Tiwi Coach Exchange

BTV: John Worsfold Media Conference John Worsfold with Tiwi Bombers coaches Kevin Baxter & Mary Dunn.

Anthony McDonald-Tipungwuti wasn’t the only Tiwi Islands product developing his football knowledge at Essendon headquarters this week.

Coaches Kevin Baxter and Mary Dunn immersed themselves in the build-up to one of the Bombers biggest games of the year, spending time in the Dons inner sanctum.

The coaching exchange program is part of the Bombers close ties with the Tiwi Islands.

 “It’s awesome to have the partnership now that’s been ongoing for a long time and I think it’s something that I think will grow further in the future,” Essendon Coach John Worsfold said.

“They have spent the week with different coaches, looking at our backline guys, our forwards, midfielders and development program.

“We have tried to show them a lot. We showed them how we operate and how everything...


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Daniher Dons top priority

BTV: John Worsfold Media Conference John Worsfold with Tiwi Bombers coaches Kevin Baxter & Mary Dunn.

Re-signing out-of-contract forward Joe Daniher should be Essendon's focus ahead of trying to lure Richmond star Dustin Martin to the club, according to coach John Worsfold.

Daniher's form spike in recent weeks – he has booted five goals in each of the Bombers' wins in the past two rounds – has seen his value further increase as Essendon continue negotiations to sign him beyond 2017.

The 23-year-old is perhaps the competition's most exciting young forward and, having already booted 26 goals this season, is on track for a career-best year.

Essendon this week confirmed its interest in Martin, who will become a free agent at the end of the year and has parked contract discussions with the Tigers until then.

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Coach craves consistency

BTV: John Worsfold Media Conference John Worsfold with Tiwi Bombers coaches Kevin Baxter & Mary Dunn.

Victory in Saturday night’s Dreamtime at the ‘G clash would see the Bombers claim three straight wins for the first time since 2014.

It’s that sustained run of form Coach John Worsfold covets.

“What we are trying to instil in our group is playing with consistency week in, week out,” Worsfold said.

“We aren’t looking at a three week program, we are looking at an extensive long term plan to play at the same level.

“Our focus is backing up the form that we’ve been building over the last month.

“We lost a couple of players with injury but we are learning a lot about the guys that are getting that opportunity. 

“If we can show the form that we’ve displayed over the last couple of weeks consistently over the remainder of the year, I can’t see why we can’t be playing strong finals...


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Dreamtime: VFL preview v Richmond

BTV: VFL Dreamtime Round | Preview Dan Jordan previews our VFL match against the Tigers.

Reigning best and fairest winner Aaron Heppell will make his return for Essendon VFL when the side meets Richmond on Saturday.

Heppell missed the opening six games of the season after undergoing knee surgery in the pre-season.

“It’s a testament to his rehab and how diligent he’s been to come back at this time when we thought it might be a little bit longer,” Performance Coach Dan Jordan said.

“He probably won’t play the full amount of game time.

“It’s important to get him in and get a run, and get some game time into his legs so he can have a really strong back half of the year.”

Shaun McKernan also returns to the side after recovering from a hand injury.

He’s booted six goals and is averaging five marks a game in his four appearances at VFL level this season.

 “Given the fact that...


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The story behind the designs

BTV: Dreamtime | The art behind the game We caught up with Indigenous artists Chern'ee Sutton & Gavin Wanganeen.

Chern’ee Sutton’s artwork has been shown around the world and on Saturday night her design will be on display in front of a near capacity crowd when the Bombers take on Richmond in the Dreamtime at the ‘G clash.

The Indigenous artist designed Essendon’s guernsey for the Indigenous Round match.

“It’s going to be absolutely amazing, seeing photos is nothing compared to seeing them run out onto the field,” Sutton said.

Sutton’s passion for painting was ignited when she won an art competition as a 13 year old.

Since then her artwork has been displayed at Queensland’s Parliament House, Hong Kong, Tokyo, Singapore and London.

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are proud owners of one of Sutton’s pieces.

Her design for the Bombers guernsey features boomerangs representing the...


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The Long Walk 2017

Key details:

- The Long Walk’s We Walk Together’ free community event featuring Casey Donovan begins at 1pm at Federation Square.

- The Long Walk will depart Federation Square at 4:15pm and converge on the MCG at 5:00pm.

The Essendon Football Club is proud to be a founding supporter of The Long Walk as it strives to ensure the lives of all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people are prioritised on the national agenda. 

General Manager The Long Walk, Leanne Brooke, said promoting, developing and empowering Australia’s first nation’s people was the core focus of the charity’s work.

“The Long Walk encourages Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders and other Australians from across the country to show their support, walk side by side and respond to the call for unity and an equal place in society. 

"The Long Walk’s ‘Walk the Talk’ cultural and education program is delivered to over...


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Dons set to fly up

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Cale Hooker has booted 16 goals this season.

Essendon forward Cale Hooker expects the Bombers to perform even better in the second half of the season but is not about to get carried away with what might be possible in 2017.

The 28-year-old told AFL.com.au that wins in the past two weeks against top-eight teams West Coast and Geelong were encouraging, but the evenness of the competition made it difficult to predict anything.  

"We know in footy not to get too excited because things can change pretty quickly either way," Hooker said

"We're just looking to keep building."

The Bombers won the inside 50 count for the first time in round nine and kicked their highest score since round eight, 2015 and their highest score against the Eagles since 2004.

Hooker kicked two goals to bring his season tally to 16 as he begins to establish himself as a dangerous forward.

He said being part of a...


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Ambrose continues Our Comeback Story

BTV: Patrick Ambrose signs on Essendon defender Patrick Ambrose has re-signed with the club for two years.

Essendon Football Club is pleased to announce, Patrick Ambrose, has agreed to a new two year deal.

Ambrose began his career as a forward but has transformed himself into a vital cornerstone of the Bombers’ backline.

The 25-year-old defender’s contract extension will see him don the sash until at least the end of 2019. 

“I’m really excited to extend my career at the Club for another two years, Essendon has backed me since I arrived and I’m confident in what we’re building towards as a team,” Ambrose said.

“I’m looking forward to what we can achieve over the coming seasons. We’ve got some great young talent and a number of guys at the right age who can help us push for finals.

“I’m really enjoying playing my football down back. Playing down back really suits my game, I enjoy...


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Footy means business

BTV: Footy means business We caught up with Mathew Stokes to talk about the Footy Means Business program.

A select group of young Indigenous footballers has sampled Essendon’s training facility ahead of the Dreamtime at the ‘G clash this Saturday.

The players are part of the Rio Tinto Footy Means Business program – an initiative that provides participants with exposure to the elite environment of an AFL program. 

Former Geelong and Essendon player Mathew Stokes is guiding the players through the week, culminating in a curtain raiser ahead of the Bombers match on Saturday.

“It’s a program put together for kids aged between 18 and 24 who probably missed out on the chance to get drafted but we want to create opportunities for work and education,” Stokes said.

“We use footy as a vehicle to get them here but it’s more to do with opportunities for life.

“We’ve only had one guy here who...


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Form Don returns

BTV: RD 10 | Team Selection Senior Coach John Worsfold takes us through the team to face the Tigers this Saturday.

Tom Bellchambers’ return to the senior side comes on the back of a string of strong performances at VFL level.

The ruckman replaces Matthew Leuenberger who will miss through illness.

Bellchambers kicked six goals for the VFL side last week while also collecting 24 disposals and pulling down six marks.

In his five games in the state league, the 27 year old has kicked 12 goals and averaged 14 disposals and 28 hit outs.

“He’s been hitting the scoreboard regularly and combining that with his ruck work,” Essendon Coach John Worsfold said.

“Coming into the side he’ll do the majority of the ruck work but we know with his form that he’ll be a real threat if we do put him up forward for periods.”

The Bombers will be looking for their sixth win of the season and a victory could...


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Rd 10: Team v Tigers

BTV: RD 10 | Team Selection Senior Coach John Worsfold takes us through the team to face the Tigers this Saturday.

Essendon has made one change for its match against Richmond in the Dreamtime at the ‘G clash on Saturday night.

Tom Bellchambers replaces Matthew Leuenberger, who has been left out of the side because of illness.

The Bombers will be looking to record their third straight win after victories over Geelong and West Coast in the last fortnight.

Richmond v Essendon

Saturday May 27

7:25pm

MCG

In: Tom Bellchambers

Out: Matthew Leuenberger (illness)

B: Matt Dea, Michael Hurley, Mark Baguley

HB: James Kelly, Michael Hartley, David Myers

C: Orazio Fantasia, Zach Merrett, David Zaharakis

HF: James Stewart, Cale Hooker, Travis Colyer

F: Anthony McDonald-Tipungwuti, Joe Daniher, Darcy Parish

R: Tom Bellchambers, Dyson Heppell, Jobe Watson

I: Andrew McGrath, Brendon Goddard, Josh...


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VFL Team v Richmond

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Shaun McKernan has recovered from a hand injury and will be back to boost the Bombers in the VFL on Saturday.

Essendon VFL will be looking to solidify its position in the top eight when it meets Richmond on Saturday.

The Bombers are one of the form sides of the competition having registered two wins by a combined 150 points in the last two weeks.

The side will be further bolstered by the return of Shaun McKernan.

The versatile big man missed last week because of a hand injury.

Richmond v Essendon

Saturday May 27

4pm

Punt Road Oval

B: 20. J.Merrett, 63. M Darby, 19. K Mutch

HB: 41. B McNiece, 25. A Morgan, 34. J Long

C: 8. M Gleeson, 5. B Stanton, 57. N Hind

HF: 27. M Redman, 10. A Francis, 24. C Bird

F: 37. D Clarke, 44. S McKernan, 16. J Begley

R: 38. S Draper, 30. K Langford, 40. B Howlett

I: 56. J Peters, 62. M Luxford, 55. D Younan, 69. A Marklew, 59. A Heppell, 54. N O'Brien,...


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Defender's focus on attack

BTV: Patrick Ambrose signs on Essendon defender Patrick Ambrose has re-signed with the club for two years.

Essendon defender Patrick Ambrose says he’s looking forward to developing his attacking game throughout the next phase of his career.

The 25 year old has agreed to a new two-year deal with the Bombers that will see him remain with the Club until at least the end of 2019. 

Ambrose has been a revelation since his shift to the backline last year.

His aerobic capacity, fearless approach and discipline have seen the former Essendon VFL listed player excel on medium and key position sized players.

“It was tough playing as the third tall up forward, I think playing down back suits my game a bit more,” he said. 

“I’ve got a bit of a starting point with my man and now I’m trying to develop into an attacking backman as well. 

“I just want to keep playing around guys like ‘Hurls’,...


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Key Don fit to play

BTV: SKINS Injury Update - May 23 With High Performance Manager, Justin Crow.

Michael Hurley is certain he will be fit to face Richmond in Saturday night's Dreamtime at the 'G clash despite nursing a sore neck after last week's win over West Coast.

The star Essendon defender was left sore after crashing to the ground following a marking attempt late in the Bombers' 61-point win over the Eagles at Etihad Stadium.

The 26-year-old took some time to get back to his feet after the marking contest, but played out the game.

He has had a light week on the track but says he will be "good to go" to take on the Tigers.

"I just landed pretty awkwardly. I was pretty lucky I think, I landed right on my elbow which pushed my shoulder up and left me with a pretty stiff neck and I had a bit of whiplash as well," Hurley told AFL.com.au.

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Stat snapshot: Rds 1-9

Here is a look at the Bombers statistical leaders across the first nine rounds of the season.

Disposals

1. Zach Merrett - 296

2. Brendon Goddard - 249

3. Dyson Heppell - 235

4. Michael Hurley - 208

5. Jobe Watson - 196

Kicks

1. Zach Merrett - 190

2. Michael Hurley - 149

3. Brendon Goddard - 127

4. Dyson Heppell - 122

5. David Zaharakis - 119

Handballs

1. Brendon Goddard - 122

2. Dyson Heppell - 113

3. Zach Merrett - 106

4. Jobe Watson - 101

5. Darcy Parish - 90

Marks

1. Michael Hurley - 68

2. Joe Daniher - 65

3. Brendon Goddard - 61

4. Mark Baguley - 60

5. Cale Hooker - 54

Tackles

1. Zach Merrett - 47

2. Brendon Goddard - 41

2. Dyson Heppell - 39

4. Jobe Watson - 37

4. David Zaharakis 37

Goals

1. Joe Daniher - 26

2. Orazio Fantasia - 22

3. Cale Hooker - 16

4. Anthony McDonald-Tipungwuti - 13

5. Josh Green - 8

Contested possessions

1. Dyson Heppell - 108

2. Brendon Goddard - 86

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Fujitsu extends partnership

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Essendon CEO Xavier Campbell with the Chairman of Fujitsu General Australia Toru Ishizuka (left) and Managing Director Fujitsu General Australia, Philip Perham (right).

Essendon Football Club is proud to announce, Fujitsu General Australia, has signed a four year extension to remain a Co-Major Partner of the Bombers until 2021.

Today’s major announcement comes just five days after the Club passed the 65,000 membership milestone for the first time in its history.

To celebrate the significant partnership extension, Fujitsu General Australia will be giving Essendon supporters the chance to win flights to Japan, the manufacturing home of Fujitsu air conditioning systems, at the Club’s next home game at Etihad Stadium.

Essendon CEO, Xavier Campbell, thanked Fujitsu General Australia for their ongoing commitment to the Club.

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WBW: Dreamtime thriller

BTV: WBW | Dreamtime Thriller Scott Lucas reflects on a Dreamtime clash that ended with a bit of controversy.

Rules and the interpretation of those rules are often in the headlines during the footy season.

The introduction of the ‘hands in the back’ rule in 2007 took some adjusting and it was firmly in the spotlight when the Bombers beat Richmond in the Dreamtime at the ‘G clash that season.

Deep into the last quarter, scores were level when Richmond forward Matthew Richardson was penalised for ‘hands in the back’ on Essendon’s Mal Michael.

The Dons were able to go forward and record a memorable win.

James Hird picked up 21 possessions and was adjudged best on ground.

“His record in big games was so important,” teammate Scott Lucas said.

“He was a leader that led from the front.

“He was a great teammate to play with and it was those big moments he stepped up.”

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Rd 9: Team of the Week

BTV: RD 9 | Every Goal - First Half Every goal from the first half our Round 9 win over the Eagles.

Michael Johnson (Fremantle): It seemed age might have left the veteran wearied at the start of the season but he has responded in fine fashion. Continually cut off Carlton's forays forward on Sunday and had 10 intercept possessions among his 15 disposals. 

Alex Rance (Richmond): It's tough to blame the gun defender for his side's run of four losses. He was superb in winning 19 disposals and match-high stats for one-percenters (16) and intercept possessions (10).

Nathan Wilson (GWS): The dashing defender started the chain that saw the Giants pinch an extraordinary win by booting it into the middle of the ground from the kick-in and gained a match-high 765 metres from his 20 disposals

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Round 8
When Home Away Venue
Friday, 22 May (7:50 pm) Geelong 22.8 (140) def. Carlton 9.9 (63) Etihad Stadium (crowd: 32,032)
Saturday, 23 May (1:45 pm) St Kilda 12.6 (78) def. by West Coast 20.11 (131) Etihad Stadium (crowd: 23,598)
Saturday, 23 May (2:10 pm) Greater Western Sydney 16.12 (108) def. Adelaide 12.12 (84) Spotless Stadium (crowd: 9,481)
Saturday, 23 May (4:35 pm) Gold Coast 9.9 (63) def. by Collingwood 20.12 (132) Metricon Stadium (crowd: 16,440)
Saturday, 23 May (7:20 pm) Hawthorn 9.15 (69) def. by Sydney 11.7 (73) MCG (crowd: 63,319)
Saturday, 23 May (5:40 pm) Fremantle 17.13 (115) def. North Melbourne 5.12 (42) Domain Stadium (crowd: 35,836)
Sunday, 24 May (1:10 pm) Essendon 21.10 (136) def. Brisbane Lions 12.6 (78) Etihad Stadium (crowd: 36,857)
Sunday, 24 May (3:20 pm) Melbourne 15.13 (103) def. Western Bulldogs 9.10 (64) MCG (crowd: 29,381)
Sunday, 24 May (4:10 pm) Port Adelaide 5.13 (43) def. by Richmond 11.10 (76) Adelaide Oval (crowd: 44,451)

Round 9
When Home Away Venue
Friday, 29 May (7:50 pm) Sydney 19.8 (122) def. Carlton 9.8 (62) SCG (crowd: 32,105)
Saturday, 30 May (1:45 pm) Hawthorn 14.9 (93) def. Gold Coast 6.4 (40) Aurora Stadium (crowd: 11,320)
Saturday, 30 May (1:40 pm) Melbourne 8.6 (54) def. by Port Adelaide 18.7 (115) TIO Traeger Park (crowd: 4,866)
Saturday, 30 May (4:35 pm) Western Bulldogs 16.17 (113) def. Greater Western Sydney 11.2 (68) Etihad Stadium (crowd: 16,395)
Saturday, 30 May (7:25 pm) Richmond 10.12 (72) def. Essendon 8.11 (59) MCG (crowd: 83,804)
Saturday, 30 May (7:10 pm) Adelaide 7.15 (57) def. by Fremantle 10.8 (68) Adelaide Oval (crowd: 45,009)
Sunday, 31 May (1:10 pm) Brisbane Lions 13.8 (86) def. by St Kilda 16.12 (108) Gabba (crowd: 16,898)
Sunday, 31 May (3:20 pm) Collingwood 17.10 (112) def. North Melbourne 14.11 (95) MCG (crowd: 43,452)
Sunday, 31 May (2:40 pm) West Coast 16.24 (120) def. Geelong 10.4 (64) Domain Stadium (crowd: 37,676)
  • Dustin Fletcher of Essendon became the third player in VFL/AFL history to play 400 games.[23]
  • Aaron Sandilands (Fremantle) recorded 69 hit-outs against Adelaide, the highest amount since game statistics were documented from 1965;[24] this broke the previous record of 63 set in 1982 by Gary Dempsey.[25] The new record stood for only two weeks, before Sandilands bettered the tally in Round 11.[26]
  • Fremantle recorded its best ever start to the season, winning its first nine matches; its previous best unbeaten start to a season was three matches, in 2010.[27]

Round 10
When Home Away Venue
Friday, 5 June (6:10 pm) Fremantle 10.10 (70) def. by Richmond 15.7 (97) Domain Stadium (crowd: 38,019)
Saturday, 6 June (1:40 pm) Carlton 14.6 (90) def. by Adelaide 14.15 (99) MCG (crowd: 32,035)
Saturday, 6 June (4:35 pm) Gold Coast 5.11 (41) def. by Sydney 13.15 (93) Metricon Stadium (crowd: 13,068)
Saturday, 6 June (7:20 pm) Essendon 7.11 (53) def. by Geelong 19.8 (122) Etihad Stadium (crowd: 40,632)
Saturday, 6 June (7:10 pm) Port Adelaide 16.4 (100) def. Western Bulldogs 9.8 (62) Adelaide Oval (crowd: 40,907)
Sunday, 7 June (1:10 pm) Greater Western Sydney 14.13 (97) def. Brisbane Lions 10.7 (67) Spotless Stadium (crowd: 9,079)
Sunday, 7 June (3:20 pm) North Melbourne 13.7 (85) def. West Coast 10.15 (75) Blundstone Arena (crowd: 12,011)
Sunday, 7 June (4:40 pm) St Kilda 10.9 (69) def. by Hawthorn 20.12 (132) Etihad Stadium (crowd: 33,886)
Monday, 8 June (3:20 pm) Melbourne 13.7 (85) def. by Collingwood 17.8 (110) MCG (crowd: 66,120)

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