Season 2018 - Essendon


David Hille was the volleyballer


I’m getting close with my cloning procedure, just need to iron out the bug that makes my clones look like sheep


ewe have work to do


You both have Begley in. 6 disposals against Cats

I don’t get the Begley love. One for the future maybe but gee wiz he doesn’t do a whole lot


Looking at our list and who’s available I guess he gets in by default


Yep, I’m happy to go into round 1 with that side.

The backline might be seen as a bit short, but if our midfield brings the pressure the ball will be coming in high. I would back Ambrose and Hurley in one on ones under a high ball against Walker and Jenkins.

The one who worries me most is Betts.


He played state level volleyball too.


Walker won’t play round 1.


Clearly Green is far from being a cult hero. Many want him cut from the best 22. Are they basing it on JlT2.surely not, because he was better than many inl. Saad, mckenna, hurley, daniher and begley.


Agree with make up side and sentiments on Dea/Brown, although I’d probably lean towards Brown simply on the height factor for Jenkins.

And also be starting Stringer in guts and Smith as the HFF. As we won’t play our 3 talls & Stringer fwd as same time.


Has that been announced or just rumoured?




These pharma companies have been pulling the wool over our eyes for far to long


Wasn’t he Goalkeeper?


Mid-season leaders
Callum Twomey, AFL Media June 13, 2018 4:00 PM


Devon Smith has been outstanding in his first season for the Bombers.

AFL Media’s Callum Twomey has looked through our season to date and picked his leaders at the club in a number of categories. Who is leading the way?

Best and fairest

  1. Devon Smith
  2. David Zaharakis
  3. Dyson Heppell
  4. Tom Bellchambers
  5. Jake Stringer

Best 21 and under – Andrew McGrath

Recruit of the year – Devon Smith

Most improved – Kyle Langford

Most courageous – Devon Smith

Best team player – Zach Merrett

Goal of the year – Jake Stringer, round four v Port Adelaide, Etihad Stadium. The Essendon recruit sealed his team’s win over the Power with a brilliant bouncing effort from the boundary line.

Mark of the year – Matt Guelfi, round 11 v Richmond, MCG. Guelfi flew high from side-on to take a clean grab that saw it named the mark of the round.

Game milestones – Dyson Heppell (150 games), round 22; Zach Merrett (100 games), round 20.


It’s insane that Zach’s only played 50 less gsmes than Dyson


Caught up 22 games in 2016