Rama: Your time is now
At the NAB AFL Rising Stars award ceremony last week, Essendon player Adam Ramanauskas delivered a speech to the young players that touched everyone in the room and put everything in perspective. Now read the full transcript of his speech on BomberLand.
Who is the Bombers best in 2006?
The 2006 Crichton Medallist will be announced tomorrow night at Crown Palladium. But which Bomber will take out the coveted award? It has been a difficult year for Essendon on field finishing the season in second bottom with some bad luck and unfortunate injuries contributing to the position. And despite the challenges, a number of players stood up to the test with strong seasons.
Bombers sign AFL/NSW scholarship player
It was the experience that many can only dream of for Simon Davies who trained with the Bombers last week as part of the AFL/NSW scholarship program. The program, which allows AFL clubs to recruit up to two teenagers from NSW each year, gives aspiring footballers the opportunity to enhance their football prospects.
Vote on the goals and marks of the year
At the completion of each season, BomberLand users vote on the best marks and goals of the season with the top 10 in each category presented on Crichton Medal night. So we are again asking for your help. View the top 12 in each category and then rank your top five.
Watson BomberLand Player of the Year
After enduring a frustrating season, Jobe Watson has been rewarded for his efforts in 2006, winning the BomberLand TAG Heuer Player of the Year with 39 votes. In his fourth season at Essendon, Watson has had a remarkable year that saw him play 21 games and cement a position as an integral part of the Essendon midfield.