2008 Puma EFC Football Academy
How would you like to spend a week at Essendon Football Club, learning from some of the best in the business when it comes to playing the game of AFL football? Well here is your chance. The Puma EFC Football Academy is the perfect Christmas gift for your son, nephew or grandchild and offers the opportunity for football rookies aged 12-17 to gain inside information into how to best prepare yourself – tactically and physically from Monday 30 June Friday 4 July 2008.
The perfect gift for Bomber fans
Looking for a unique gift for a Bomber supporter this Christmas? Why not give the ultimate Essendon present a behind the scenes tour of Windy Hill. The 70-minute tour features a rare insight into exactly what goes on behind closed doors at the Bombers’ headquarters including access to the players’ gym, medical room, players’ room and a walk on the hallowed Windy Hill turf.
Williams eager to head south
Nothing could have prepared John Williams for the good news he received yesterday informing him that Essendon had selected him in the pre-season draft. Having undergone a shoulder reconstruction only two weeks earlier, being drafted to an AFL club seemed highly unlikely for Williams. However, a phone call from List Manager, Adrian Dodoro, confirmed that Williams had secured a place on Essendon’s senior list.
Neale Daniher awarded life membership
The Essendon Football Club Annual General Meeting was held tonight with the highlight of the evening the presentation of life membership to former captain and assistant coach Neale Daniher. Daniher was one of six life memberships awarded with former players Mark Johnson and Mark Bolton also given the prestigious award.