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Essendon Football Club News – Hille and Bradley in the clear

Hille and Bradley in the clear
David Hille and Kepler Bradley are both available for Essendon’s round one clash with Adelaide on Sunday week after their reports were thrown out by the match review panel this afternoon. Hille was reported for striking and Bradley for a head high bump but it was found that neither player had a charge to answer.

Gumbleton impresses as Bendigo crush Coburg
The Bendigo Bombers scored a resounding 47-point win over the Coburg Tigers in a practice match that followed the main game at Casey Fields this afternoon. The final scores were: Bendigo 17.9 (111) defeated Coburg 10.4 (64).

Last chance to gear up for Essendon’s Womens Network
Matthew (our esteemed captain), Linda, Helen, Jason (our 2005 Best & Fairest Player), Roz, Sarah, Scott (Campo to his friends), Caroline, Nicole, Jay (our number 38), Kate, Pat, Richard (part of the club’s new powerhouse), Kerri, Libby, Kevin (our illustrious coach), Jillian, Jane, Carla, Paul, Majorie, Sue, Elaine, Terrie, Anne, Lynette, Phil, Melissa, Tiffany, Rhonda, Joan, Marleen, Dimi, Margaret, Barbara, Tony, Julie, Mary-Anne, Rosemary, Tess, and Debra will be there will you?

Walk in Harmony
As part of its recently established Multicultural Program, Essendon Football Club in conjunction with the Department of Immigration and Citizenship is hosting a Walk in Harmony, a major event to celebrate Harmony Day. Harmony Day is part of the Australian Government’s Living in Harmony programme and is a day to understand and commit to the benefits of living in a country that embraces common values of respect, fairness, participation, acceptance and a fair go for all.

Bombers finish pre-season in style
Essendon showed terrific spirit and courage to wind up its preparation for season 2007 with a come-from-behind win over Hawthorn at Casey Fields this afternoon. Essendon managed just one goal in the first half of the game but reeled off nine second-half goals to three to win an occasionally fiery encounter by nine points.

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