Coach - James Hird
Points for - 12th
Points Against - 4th
Top 5 Best and Fairest
- Dyson Heppell
- Cale Hooker
- Brendon Goddard
- Michael Hibberd
- David Zaharakis
2013/2014 Rising Star Noms
James Gwilt, Adam Cooney, Jonathon Giles, Kyle Landford, Jayden Laverde, Shaun McKernan, Kurt Aylett, Jake Long, Conor McKenna
Paddy Ryder, Kyle Hardingham, Leroy Jetta, Sean Gregory, Dylan Van Unen, Corey Dell’Olio, Johnny Rayner, Fraser Thurlow
Realistically who the hell knows. More variables than any team in the history of football that could change the outcome of the season. I am going to preview as if every player is playing and no one misses a game for that bulls**t going on in the background.
There are some questions over the forward line. It looked towards the end of last season that Carlisle was adapting well to the key forward spot and it is only a matter of time before Daniher rips a couple of games to absolute shreds. There is no question that Hurley is a better back than a forward and would expect that to stay the course for this season.
The midfield is deep and has class. The recruitment of Giles should cover for the “enigmatic” Ryder who none of us really liked anyway. One of Giles or Bellchambers needs to step up and kick some goals to really cover for Ryder who last year found a way to score when we most needed it.
The Bombers will be hoping Kommer can get fit this season as they missed him last year running around the forward line and that lack of defensive effort up front is one of the reasons for the low scoring last year. The ball rebounded out way too easily way too often.
So the Bombers are going to finish somewhere between 3rd and 10th. Most likely position is towards the top of that scale if all goes right. I will say 5th