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Goodwin: We need to be versatile

Essendon senior assistant coach Simon Goodwin expects every player will have their versatility tested as they attempt to find the right balance within the team over the remaining two games of the home and away season.

5:08pm  Aug 20, 2014

Hocking enjoys tagging role

Essendon tagger Heath Hocking is continuing to enjoy the challenge of taking on the best midfielders in the competition each week.

4:50pm  Aug 20, 2014

Heppell under injury cloud

Essendon midfielder Dyson Heppell is expected to miss this week’s game against the Gold Coast after fracturing his hand at training today.

4:43pm  Aug 20, 2014

 


 

"Bombers' Bright Futures, one of Essendon Football Club's great initiatives supporting Indigenous careers' 

Paddy Ryder, Project Ambassador

 


Essendon Football Club has partnered with the Victorian Government (Department of State Development, Business and Innovation – Indigenous Economic Development) to deliver employment benefits to Melbourne’s North-West Indigenous community.

The Bomber’s Bright Futures project is a feature of the State Government’s Employment Start Up for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Jobseekers program.

With a rich and proud history of supporting Melbourne’s Indigenous population, the Bombers are facilitating ongoing training, development and employment opportunities between jobseekers and local industry, club partners and associated networks.

For more information please contact Arnel Davis on (03) 8340 2000.