Bendigo win keeps finals hopes alive
The Bendigo Bombers’ season is back on track and they remain in the hunt for a spot in the finals after recording a 20 point win against Werribee at Queen Elizabeth Oval yesterday. While the 13.19 (97) to 11.13 (77) win pleased coach Matthew Knights, inaccurate kicking again plagued the team.
Bombers prepare to prove themselves
Kevin Sheedy would not be drawn into speculation about his coaching future at the Essendon Football Club as he fronted the media today, instead voicing his ambition to win the next seven weeks of football.
Michael Long inducted into Hall of Fame
Former Essendon captain, two-time Premiership player and two-time All Australian, Michael Long was last night inducted into the AFL Hall of Fame at the annual Australian Football Hall of Fame Induction Dinner, held at the Palladium Room in Melbourne.
Specialist delivers good news to Camporeale
Following Scott Camporeale’s visit to a specialist yesterday afternoon, Essendon today confirmed that the veteran midfielder has not done any major damage to the patella tendon in his right knee. Club doctor Bruce Reid said that Camporeale has swelling (fluid) under the patella tendon which is expected to settle over the next couple of weeks.