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KAVANAGH, Ben

Years Played: 1927
Born: 14/02/1905
Died: 9/01/1978
Height: cm
Weight: kg
Debut order: 386

Number(s): 26

Games: 2
Goals: 2

Previous Clubs: Brunswick

Seasons Played

Year

Games

Goals

1927

2

2

Ben Kavanagh was a half-forward and forward pocket who played two games in early 1927.

He then joined North Melbourne and played a further 22 games in 1928 and 1929. He later played with Brunswick, Footscray Seconds and then Essendon Seconds.

Kavanagh died on 9th January, 1978.

KAVANAGH, Elliott

Years Played: 2012-2015
Born: 19/05/1993
Height: 185 cm
Weight: 75 kg
Debut order: 1101

Number(s): 28
Games: 12
Goals: 2

Previous Clubs: Western Jets

Seasons Played

Year

Games

Goals

2012

1

0

2013

3

2

2014

3

0

2015

5

0

 

 

Elliott Kavanagh was recruited from Western Jets at pick 19 in the 2010 National Draft.

Kavanagh was a light-bodied midfielder who tackled hard but found limited opportunities to string games together at senior level.

Kavanagh made his debut in Round 18 against Hawthorn after 13 games in the VFL.

He played three games in both 2013 and 2014 and five, the most of any season, in 2015, for a career tally of 12. Kavanagh was delisted at the end of 2015.

He elected to join Central Districts in South Australian where he was runner-up in that club’s best and fairest in his only year in the SANFL. 

  

KEANE, Gavin

Years Played: 1987-88
Born: 5/03/1966
Height: 178 cm
Weight: 76 kg
Debut order: 927

Number(s):

Games: 29
Goals: 18

Previous Clubs: St Bernard's

Seasons Played

Year

Games

Goals

1987

16

9

1988

13

9

Gavin Keane was a talented wingman who came to Essendon from St Bernard's and turned in some fine games in 1987. He won the best first year player award that year.

After leaving Essendon, he played seven games with Brisbane Bears in 1990.

He later played for Williamstown (VFA).

 

KEARNEY, August D.

Years Played: 1897-98
Born: 22/11/1870
Died: 10/03/1907
Height: cm
Weight: kg
Debut order: 27

Number(s):

Games: 22
Goals: 9

Previous Clubs: Geelong College

"Gus" Kearney was an outstanding follower who had played in three of the four Essendon Association premiership teams between 1892 and 1894 after coming from Geelong College.

He also played intercolonial football in 1893.

Kearney was in Essendon's first League game in 1897 and was a superb player in the premiership victory in that year. He was also Essendon vice-captain in 1897 and 1898.

At the end of 1898 he left for Scotland to complete his medical studies.

As well as being a top footballer he was also a champion tennis player, winning the Victorian Singles title on six occasions. One day in 1897 Essendon was having trouble fielding a team, so a hasty summons was sent to Albert Park where Kearney was competing in a tennis championship and he rushed to the East Melbourne ground to take the field against Geelong.

Kearney died tragically young on 10th March,1907, in Melbourne after a nasal operation. His widow later married colourful sportsman and promoter and Hollywood actor, Snowy Baker.

 

KEARNEY, Gordon

Years Played: 1907
Born: 5/02/1885
Died: 2/05/1957
Height: cm
Weight: kg
Debut order: 163

Number(s):

Games: 5
Goals: 0

Previous Clubs: Geelong College/Geelong

Seasons Played

Year

Games

Goals

1907

5

0

Gordon Kearney was a defender who came from Geelong where he played six games in 1903.

He later played five games for Essendon in mid 1907, but only once in a winning team.

Gordon Kearney died on 2nd May, 1957.

 

KEDDIE, Jack

Years Played: 1941
Born: 12/02/1922
Died: 15/08/1945
Height: 173 cm
Weight: 65 kg
Debut order: 560

Number(s): 27

Games: 1
Goals: 0

Previous Clubs: Keilor

Seasons Played

Year

Games

Goals

1941

1

0

Jack Keddie came from Keilor in the Essendon District League and played one game as a reserve in late 1941. He was a member of the Seconds premiership side in the same year.

Keddie showed promise but his career was cut short by war service.

He lost his life in a drowning accident in New Guinea on the last day of World War II (15th August, 1945).

 

KEENAN, Peter

Years Played: 1979-80
Born: 7/04/1952
Height: 198 cm
Weight: 99 kg
Debut order: 862

Number(s): 1

Games: 31
Goals: 17

Previous Clubs: Assumption College/Melbourne/North Melbourne

Seasons Played

Year

Games

Goals

1979

13

8

1980

18

9

Universally known as "Crackers", Peter Keenan was a big, strong ruckman with great determination. He was a fine mark and knock ruckman but an unreliable kick.

Keenan came to Essendon after playing 51 games with North Melbourne from 1976 to 1978. He was a member of North's 1977 premiership side. Prior to that he had played 101 games with Melbourne from 1970 to 1975 after coming from Assumption College.

As his nickname implies,"Crackers" was one of football's genuine characters, and his on-field humour and antics, combined with his skill, made him one of the most popular and well-known footballers of his time.

He was Essendon's equal third top Brownlow medal vote scorer in 1980.

In 1981, Keenan returned to Melbourne and played 30 more games in that year and in 1982.

He then became a football panellist on HSV7 and 3DB and wrote for 'The Sun' and 'Inside Football'. He then became busy as a speaker at sporting functions as well as a specialist coach at Collingwood from 1986.

 

KELLY, Frank J.

Years Played: 1937-39
Born: 23/12/1910
Died: 6/07/1982
Height: 170 cm
Weight: 71 kg
Debut order: 510

Number(s): 23

Games: 30
Goals: 7

Previous Clubs: Collingwood Juniors/Collingwood/Melbourne

Frank Kelly was a talented wingman and centreman who had plenty of ability and was an extremely accurate pass.

He came from Melbourne where he played 31 games from 1934 to 1936. Before that, he had played with Beechworth and prior to that he played 34 games with Collingwood in 1930 and 1931 and in 1933.

Kelly played 30 games with Essendon between 1937 and early 1939.

He then became captain-coach of Port Melbourne in 1940 and 1941 and led them to their 1940 premiership win.

After this, he played 11 games with his fourth League club, St Kilda, from 1942 to 1944 before returning to coach Port Melbourne in 1945 and 1946. He then took over as captain-coach of North Yallourn for two years and non-playing coach for a year.

He died in on 6th July, 1982.

 

 

KEMP, Roy

Years Played: 1922
Born: 4/11/1895
Died: 2/02/1982
Height: 174 cm
Weight: 68 kg
Debut order: 343

Number(s): 9

Games: 12
Goals: 4

Previous Clubs: Ascot Vale Church of Christ/Brunswick

Seasons Played

Year

Games

Goals

1922

12

4

Roy Kemp was a wingman and defender who came from Brunswick where he had played from 1918 to 1921.

He played 12 games for Essendon in 1922 and kicked four goals.

Kemp died on 2nd February, 1982.

 

KENNEDY, Alby E.

Years Played: 1909
Born:
Died: 17/05/1960
Height: cm
Weight: kg
Debut order: 190

Number(s):

Games: 2
Goals: 2

Previous Clubs: Euroa

Seasons Played

Year

Games

Goals

1909

2

2

Alby Kennedy was a forward from Euroa who played two games in early 1909 in losses to University and Collingwood. He kicked a goal in both games.

He died on 17th May, 1960.

 

 

KENNEDY, Cornelius

Years Played: 1906
Born: 10/06/1879
Height: cm
Weight: kg
Debut order: 143

Number(s):

Games: 4
Goals: 0

Previous Clubs: Seymour

"Con" Kennedy played four games in mid 1906 in the middle of the team's eight game winning streak.

He died in 1950.

 

 

KENNEDY, Edwin Page

Years Played: 1901-03
Born: 7/09/1877
Died: 27/07/1948
Height: 170 cm
Weight: 74 kg
Debut order: 65

Number(s):

Games: 30
Goals: 1

Previous Clubs: Parkville (North Melbourne Juniors)

"Ted" Kennedy was a talented wingman from Parkville.

He played the last five games of 1901 but got injured and was unfortunate to miss both the semi-final and premiership win that year.

He played all but one game in 1902 and was on the wing in the losing Grand Final that year.

After leaving Essendon, Kennedy went on to play 106 games with Carlton from 1904 to 1909 and was a key member of their 1906-1908 premiership sides.

His brother, James, played 16 games for Essendon in 1901.

"Ted" Kennedy died on 27th July, 1948.

 

KENNEDY, James A.

Years Played: 1901
Born: 5/02/1882
Died: 20/11/1954
Height: cm
Weight: kg
Debut order: 75

Number(s):

Games: 16
Goals: 9

Previous Clubs: Parkville/Brighton

James Kennedy was a talented half-forward and full-forward who played all his football in 1901. He twice kicked four goals in games that year, coincidentally both time against Carlton in games that were played only a fortnight apart.

He didn't play in the 1901 premiership side.

Kennedy left Essendon to go to Brighton Juniors and then he went to Carlton where he played 25 games between 1905 and 1907.

He was then transferred to Brighton where he played from 1909 to 1910.

James's brother, Ted, played 30 games with Essendon (1901-1903).

James Kennedy became a politician and is one of the few footballers to become a knight. He died on 20th November, 1954.

 

 

KENNEDY, Ron W.

Years Played: 1944
Born: 13/10/1919
Died: 27/11/2006
Height: 169 cm
Weight: 76 kg
Debut order: 582

Number(s): 5 , 7

Games: 3
Goals: 1

Previous Clubs: Essendon United/Keilor

Seasons Played

Year

Games

Goals

1944

3

1

Ron Kennedy was a small rover and wingman who could kick with either foot. He joined the Seconds from Keilor in 1937.

Kennedy played three consecutive games with Essendon in mid-1944, playing in a draw, a loss and a win.

He then took up umpiring for two years.

Kennedy returned to amateur football as captain-coach of local club Doutta Stars in 1947, followed by Keilor in 1948.

He then became non-playing coach of West Coburg in 1949 and 1950, of St David's Brunswick in 1951 and 1952, then Keilor U17s in 1953 and Aberfeldie U17s in 1954.

Kennedy finished as coach of the National Bank in the Amateurs from 1956 to 1958 and in 1960.

 

 

KERR, Bill

Years Played: 1905
Born: 1/09/1882
Height: cm
Weight: kg
Debut order: 116

Number(s):

Games: 1
Goals: 0

Previous Clubs: Port Rovers

Seasons Played

Year

Games

Goals

1905

1

0

Bill Kerr was a follower from Port Rovers whose only game for Essendon was a Round 1 loss to Carlton in 1905.

He then went to Williamstown in 1906 and then played 15 games with South Melbourne in 1907.

Kerr returned to Williamstown in 1910.

His brother, Alex, played 74 games for South Melbourne (1906-1911).

Bill Kerr died tragically young in 1911 of typhoid fever.

 

KICKETT, Dale

Years Played: 1994
Born: 4/05/1968
Height: 179 cm
Weight: 72 kg
Debut order: 981

Number(s): 16

Games: 8
Goals: 7

Previous Clubs: Fitzroy/West Coast/St Kilda

Seasons Played

Year

Games

Goals

1994

8

7

Dale Kickett became only the third player in history to play at five AFL clubs.

Kickett arrived at Essendon in 1994 after short stints of only one season at three consecutive league clubs: Fitzroy 1990, WCE 1991, St Kilda 1992.

He had returned to his home state of WA in the intervening year and had enjoyed a magnificent year with Claremont in the WAFL where he won the Simpson Medal for best on ground in the WAFL Grand Final.

Kickett played just eight games for Essendon in 1994 before he was traded to Fremantle in a complex deal that saw Matthew Lloyd come to Essendon.

He finally found his niche at Fremantle and became a fine player for that club, playing 131 games there.

Altogether he played 177 games at five League clubs.

 

KICKETT, Derek

Years Played: 1990-93
Born: 6/10/1962
Height: 180 cm
Weight: 88 kg
Debut order: 955

Number(s): 9

Games: 77
Goals: 94

Previous Clubs: Claremont (WA)/Central Distr.(SA)/West Perth (WA)/North Melbourne

Seasons Played

Year

Games

Goals

1990

19

24

1991

13

9

1992

22

23

1993

23

38

Derek Kickett was an exciting players with marvellous skills and the ability to do the unpredictable. He was also a handy goalkicker with his long left-footed torpedoes a feature of his game.

He polled 46 votes in WA's Sandover Medal while playing with Claremont to lead the WA league's best player award by 16 votes, but was ruled ineligible owing to a suspension that year. He then moved to Central Districts for one season then to North Melbourne for another season before being delisted by them.

Kickett was picked up at Essendon for 1990 and played 16 games that year kicking a handy 24 goals and appeared in the losing Grand Final against Collingwood.

He missed 10 games in the middle of 1991 through injury but bounced back in 1992 playing every game and kicking 23 goals, third highest that year behind Paul Salmon and Darren Bewick. His best return for the year was five goals in a loss to Geelong.

In 1993 Kickett played in a every game of the year kicking 38 goals including a bag of eight against Footscray, but was then unexpectedly dropped for the Grand Final. Kicklett was devastated at missing this chance to play in a winning grand and quit the Club immediately. He did not watch the game.

Kickett was then drafted by the Sydney Swans where he played from 1994-1996. He played in the 1996 losing Grand Final against North Melbourne.


 

KIDD, Jack W.

Years Played: 1926-30
Born: 10/02/1908
Died: 22/02/1960
Height: cm
Weight: kg
Debut order: 375

Number(s): 27

Games: 43
Goals: 12

Previous Clubs: Tungamah

Seasons Played

Year

Games

Goals

1926

7

7

1927

16

1

1928

5

2

1929

1

0

1930

13

2

Jack Kidd was a capable, high-marking, centre half-back and half-back flanker.

He was selected in the League side against a country team in 1927 and won Essendon's most improved player award in the same year.

Kidd's career was interrupted by a leg injury that saw him miss most of 1928. Then in 1929, after playing just one game, he left Essendon to play with Tungamah for the rest of the year. He returned to Essendon in 1930.

After finally leaving Essendon, he played two games with Carlton in 1931 and one game with Fitzroy in 1933, before joining Oakleigh from 1933 to 1936.

Kidd was also a fine cricketer and played for Victoria.

Jack Kidd died on 22nd February, 1960.

 

KILPATRICK, Glenn

Years Played: 1992-94
Born: 29/08/1972
Height: 184 cm
Weight: 85 kg
Debut order: 970

Number(s): 42 , 20

Games: 26
Goals: 4

Previous Clubs: North Melbourne U19s

Seasons Played

Year

Games

Goals

1992

15

3

1993

2

0

1994

9

1

Glenn Kilpatrick was recruited as a promising wingman/centre from North Melbourne U19s where he was the captain.

He won Essendon's Best First Year Player award in 1992 and played some fine games in his three years at Essendon.

Kilpatrick returned to South Australia where he won the Magarey Medal in 1995 playing for West Adelaide.

He was drafted by Geelong in 1996 and developed into a consistent performer for that club, playing 120 games.

 

 

KING, Alf N.

Years Played: 1961-62
Born: 25/09/1941
Height: 175 cm
Weight: 78 kg
Debut order: 720

Number(s): 26

Games: 13
Goals: 6

Previous Clubs: Melbourne Grammar/Brunswick Amateurs

Seasons Played

Year

Games

Goals

1961

5

5

1962

8

1

Alf King was a half-forward from Melbourne Grammar and Brunswick Amateurs.

He played five games for Essendon in 1961 and a further eight in 1962 before injuring his knee in Round 12, 1962.

King transferred to Carlton in 1963 where he played in the Reserves before again succumbing to knee problems.

He later became a leading Victorian bookmaker.

 

KING, Neil

Years Played: 1914-15
Born: 7/07/1889
Died: 14/07/1955
Height: cm
Weight: kg
Debut order: 253

Number(s):

Games: 3
Goals: 0

Previous Clubs: Ascot Vale

Seasons Played

Year

Games

Goals

1914

2

0

1915

1

0

Neil King played in Rounds 2 and 5 in 1914 for wins over University and Melbourne, and in Round 2, 1915, in a loss to Fitzroy.

He died on 14th July, 1955.

 

KINK, Rene

Years Played: 1983, 1985
Born: 22/11/1956
Height: 183 cm
Weight: 86 kg
Debut order: 901

Number(s): 23

Games: 20
Goals: 35

Previous Clubs: Ararat/Collingwood

Seasons Played

Year

Games

Goals

1983

9

24

1985

11

11

Rene Kink was a talented but mercurial half-forward who came from Collingwood where he had played 154 games between 1973 and mid-1983. Prior to that he played with Ararat. He had made his League debut at only 16 years of age to great fanfare, because it was it was as full-forward in a preliminary final and he replaced injured Collingwood champion Peter McKenna.

He had great strength and kicked brilliantly with either foot, and his massive frame earned him the nickname "The Incredible Hulk".

Kink's concentration and on field performance improved towards the end of the 1983 season, and he was selected in Essendon losing 1983 Grand Final team. This last game gave Kink the unique distinction of being the only man in League history to appear in six unsuccessful Grand Finals.

He suffered a serious knee injury before the 1984 season had begun and missed the entire year. He returned in Round 2 in 1985 but struggled to establish a permanent place in that strong team and could only manage 11 games for the year.

He was cleared to St Kilda in 1986, where he played seven games.

Kink later coached Newport in the Footscray District League in 1987 and then transferred to Camberwell in 1988.

 

 

KINNEAR, Bill

Years Played: 1936
Born: 19/08/1914
Died: 7/12/1982
Height: 183 cm
Weight: 76 kg
Debut order: 507

Number(s): 18

Games: 3
Goals: 1

Previous Clubs: Brunswick

Seasons Played

Year

Games

Goals

1936

3

1

Bill Kinnear was a left-footed defender from Brunswick.

His only games for Essendon were in Rounds 12, 13 and 15, for a win over North Melbourne and losses to Carlton and Collingwood.

Kinnear's brother, Joe, played 47 games for Melbourne (1932-1937). His nephew Col, coached the Sydney Swans from 1989 to 1991.

Bill Kinnear died on 7th December, 1982.

 

KINNEAR, Ted

Years Played: 1897-1903
Born: 27/10/1874
Died: 3/03/1965
Height: cm
Weight: kg
Debut order: 11

Number(s):

Games: 105
Goals: 31

Previous Clubs: Essendon District

Seasons Played

Year

Games

Goals

1897

16

3

1898

17

0

1899

16

1

1900

17

1

1901

19

16

1902

17

6

1903

6

4

Ted Kinnear was a splendid follower and strong marking forward who came to Essendon from Essendon District, a top junior team that played its games at the Essendon Recreation Reserve.

Kinnear played in Essendon's first League game in 1897 and was part of the club’s first premiership that year. Kinnear didn't miss a game in 1901 and kicked five goals in the round 16 win over Carlton that year. He also starred at full-forward in Essendon’s 1901 premiership win.

Kinnear became the first Essendon player (and fourth in the VFL) to reach 100 games when he played in Essendon’s semi-final win over Melbourne in 1902.

In both 1900 and 1901 Kinnear represented the League in games against Ballarat. He was Essendon vice-captain in 1901 and had been re-appointed for 1902 but stood aside when champion George Stuckey returned to the side.

Kinnear spent a year on the club committee in 1923. He also served as Essendon’s Mayor in 1919 and 1920.

Ted Kinnear died on 3rd March, 1965. 

KIRBY, Jack

Years Played: 1911-15, 1918
Born: 1/07/1889
Died: 11/03/1939
Height: 170 cm
Weight: 70 kg
Debut order: 217

Number(s): 10

Games: 77
Goals: 113

Previous Clubs: Prahan Juniors

Seasons Played

Year

Games

Goals

1911

10

10

1912

21

43

1913

17

29

1914

16

23

1915

11

8

1918

2

0

Jack Kirby was a superb little half-forward who shirked nothing. He was expert at creating the loose man. He was also an excellent kick and had great judgment.

He came from Prahran Juniors and was a prolific goalkicker. His first kick in League football was a goal.

Kirby was Essendon's leading goalkicker in 1912 with 43 goals and again in 1913 with 29 goals. He was also runner-up in 1914 and third in 1915.

He kicked five goals on three occasions in 1912 and his five against University is the most kicked by any Essendon player against that club.

Kirby was Essendon's best forward in the 1911 premiership win and was also on the half-forward flank in the 1912 premiership victory.

He was selected in the League side against a country team in 1912.

Kirby died on 11th March, 1939.

 

 

 

KIRKWOOD, Fred J.

Years Played: 1912-14
Born: 30/08/1891
Died: 18/08/1956
Height: 180 cm
Weight: 70 kg
Debut order: 221

Number(s): 9

Games: 42
Goals: 8

Previous Clubs: Surrey Hills/Fitzroy

Seasons Played

Year

Games

Goals

1912

17

3

1913

15

5

1914

10

0

Fred Kirkwood was a talented wingman and half-forward who joined Essendon from Fitzroy where he played 18 games in 1910 and 1911. Prior to that he played with Surrey Hills.

He played on the wing in Essendon's 1912 premiership team. He missed six games in mid-1914 through suspension.

Kirkwood served in World War I and became a Club patron on his return.

Fred Kirkwood died on 18th August,1956, at the age of 65.

 

KIRZNER, Julian

Years Played: 1994-95
Born: 24/01/1976
Height: 188 cm
Weight: 85 kg
Debut order: 990

Number(s): 40

Games: 1
Goals: 1

Previous Clubs: Western Jets

Seasons Played

Year

Games

Goals

1994

1

1

Julian Kirzner was recruited from the Western Jets. He was a highflyer who could take a very good mark.

His only game for Essendon was against Carlton in Round 22 in which he kicked a goal in and 18 point win.

Kirzner was delisted at the start of 1996 and in 1997 he found himself playing on North Melbourne's rookie list. After showing some consistent form he was placed onto North's senior list but only managed three games.

 

 

KITTLE, Leslie G.

Years Played: 1924
Born: 26/02/1894
Died: 28/03/1965
Height: 171 cm
Weight: 77 kg
Debut order: 361

Number(s): 23

Games: 1
Goals: 0

Previous Clubs: Shepparton/Carlton

Les Kittle was a rover who started with Shepparton before playing 15 games with Carlton in 1919.

His only game for Essendon was in Round 12, 1924, in a win over Geelong at Windy Hill.

Nicknamed 'Bloobs' Kittle had the unusual distinction of serving in both World Wars. He was a member of the 8th Infantry Battalion in World War I and won the Military Medal in 1917. He again enlisted in the Army in 1940.

Kittle died on 28th March, 1965.

 

 

KNOWLES, Jack E.

Years Played: 1952-58
Born: 2/02/1932
Died: 22/07/1996
Height: 183 cm
Weight: 76 kg
Debut order: 644

Number(s): 21

Games: 78
Goals: 0

Previous Clubs: Essendon Stars/Redan

Seasons Played

Year

Games

Goals

1952

6

0

1953

6

0

1954

17

0

1955

9

0

1956

16

0

1957

18

0

1958

6

0

Jack Knowles was a talented full-back who came to the U19s from Essendon Stars in the Melbourne Boys League in 1949. He then spent a year with Redan in 1951 before returning to Essendon in 1952.

He played at full-back in the losing 1957 Grand Final team. He had earlier been a member of the Seconds premiership team in 1952.

Knowles retired in 1983 from Ansett Airlines where he had worked for thirty seven years.

He died on 22nd July, 1996.

KOMMER, Nick

Years Played: 2013, 2016
Born: 28/09/1990
Height: 185 cm
Weight: 78 kg
Debut order: 1106

Number(s): 38
Games: 14
Goals: 13

Previous Clubs: East Perth

Seasons Played

Year

Games

Goals

2013

12

10

2016

2

2

 

 

Nick Kommer was recruited from East Perth (WA) and debuted in Round 1, 2013 against Adelaide Crows at Football Park, SA.

Kommer had made his own way to Melbourne from WA in order to train with the Bombers in 2012 and have a crack at the big time. The move paid off and Kommer was impressive enough for the Bombers to take him at pick 73 in the 2012 National Draft.

Kommer impressed from the start with his pace, commitment to the contest, tackling pressure and goal sense.  In his third outing he picked up a two week suspension but was back in Round 6 adding spark and speed to the forward line. Kommer strung 16 games together before a hand injury in Round 19 finished his impressive first year. Sadly, injuries were to blight the rest of his AFL career.

After such a promising start in his first season tendonitis in his knee kept Kommer on the sidelines for the entire 2014 season and the first 10 rounds of 2015. He returned through the VFL playing three games before a thigh injury finished his year.

The club took a cautious approach to his recovery and Kommer was back in 2016 and played in Rounds 2 and 3 before returning to the VFL for the best part of the year. After a very promising debut season Kommer struggled to overcome tendonitis in his knee and he played one final game in Round 23 before being delisted. 

NAB Rising Star Nominee 2010

 

KYME, William H.

Years Played: 1912
Born: 4/12/1891
Died: 19/01/1975
Height: cm
Weight: kg
Debut order: 228

Number(s): 30

Games: 3
Goals: 2

Previous Clubs: Echuca

William Kyme was a half-forward who could pull down a big mark and who played three games in 1912.

His only games for Essendon were in Rounds 14, 15 and 16, in a loss to Geelong and wins over Richmond and Melbourne.

Kyme was cleared to Williamstown in 1914.

He died on 19th January, 1975.