Ramanauskas completes remarkable return
A gallant Bendigo was unable to give Adam Ramanauskas a winning return to football, going down to VFL reigning premiers Sandringham by seven points at Windy Hill this afternoon. The result was irrelevant in the eyes of many with Essendon supporters thrilled to be at Windy Hill to watch Ramanauskas play his first game of competitive football for more than two years.
Bendigo to battle Sandringham at Windy Hill
The Bendigo Bomber’s Round 3 match against Sandringham this Sunday 22nd April has been relocated Windy Hill due to the unsatisfactory condition of QEO oval. There is no doubt the Bendigo boys will be keen to put on a strong display for the Essendon army who come along to cheer on the red and black.
Your comprehensive Essendon history
A brilliant new book An Illustrated History of Essendon will soon be in the Bomber Shop and now is the time to ensure you don’t miss securing your copy. It is 254-pages packed with unique photos and stories that trace the story of the AFL’s most famous club.
Countdown to Anzac Day
Essendon has embarked on an extensive recovery program in preparation for Wednesday’s Anzac Day clash with Collingwood. The Bombers came through yesterday’s 31-point over St Kilda in reasonable shape with Leroy Jetta the major injury concern.