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BON Jovi are rewarding loyal Australian fans with a discounted $35 ticket for their summer stadium tour...High school students left bitterly disappointed when it turned out they had been stood up - by their own end-of-year dance...Essendon's Jobe
Watson could keep his Brownlow Medal at the discretion of an AFL tribunal, even if he was found guilty of taking a banned substance...Collingwood forward Andrew Krakouer is on the brink of a senior comeback.
Essendon chief executive David Evans announces the inquiry by Ziggy Switkowski on February 27. Photo: Ken Irwin The day of reckoning is approaching for a number of senior Essendon officials including club chief executive Ian Robson and football boss
Despite being clearly Essendon's most inexperienced key defender, his importance already trumps that of Cale Hooker and Tayte Pears. He is the Bombers' leading spoiler but also ranks in their top three in key categories such as defensive-50 marks and
It seems captaincy has a positive impact on form, with the top three players on the leaderboard all club leaders, including new skippers Jack and Richmond's Trent Cotchin. Watson was just edged out by teammate Dyson Heppell on Saturday night against
The claims were made by Essendon's former sports scientist Stephen Dank, who maintains that nothing he gave the players was prohibited or unsafe...He said the saga facing the club had unearthed new levels of resolve within the team, which helped them
If Essendon can win or get within a couple of goals, it should be well pleased. James Hird's boys teased last year, winning eight of their first nine games. The Windy Hill faithful got excited, some even dreamt of a premiership, but it quickly turned
We reckon we've been at about 70 percent, so we've got plenty of improvement," Lyon said. "And that's the aim, to improve, because there's some top-line teams that we're going to be playing." Lyon said he did not know how the Bombers would react at
Essendon skipper Jobe Watson powers away from Melbourne's Jack Viney and Jack Grimes. Essendon: Crameri 6, Bellchambers 4, Watson 3, Davey 2, Howlett 2, Stanton 2, Heppell 2, Merrett 2, Hurley 2, Goddard, Dempsey, Ryder...Essendon: Heppell, Watson,
James Hird's message on the Dons' recent trials is mixed. The good news for Essendon is that AFL boss Andrew Demetriou believes it is in far better shape than Cronulla. The AFL boss stressed the point to all 18 clubs at Wednesday's pre-season summit.