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AFL Legends: Essendon


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Step back into the annuls of Australian Rules Football history to experience some of the greatest performances from some of greatest players to ever pull on an Essendon Football Club guernsey. Sit back and enjoy these classic matches from the AFL match archives, presented in their original broadcast format – this collection is a must-have for the true Bombers fan. 1989 QUALIFYING FINAL VS GEELONG Paul Vander Haaar and Terry Daniher star as the Bombers defeat the Cats in the first week of Finals football at the MCG. 1991 ROUND 7 VS CARLTON With his brother, Justin, playing for the Blues, Simon Madden’s third goal of the match takes him past John Coleman to become the Bomber’s all-time leading goalkicker. 1993 ROUND 9 VS ADELAIDE CROWS Gavin Wanganeen and Bomber Thompson dominate the Crows as the Bombers demonstrate their Premiership potential. 1995 ROUND 19 VS COLLINGWOOD Following on from the famously drawn ANZAC Day clash, the Bombers edge the Pies in the replay with an inspired Michael Long judged best afield. 2004 ROUND 3 VS WEST COAST EAGLES Cometh the hour, cometh the man; with the match in the balance, James Hird’s 15 disposals and two goals in the final quarter clinch the match for the Bombers on the buzzer. 2008 ROUND 18 VS MELBOURNE An inspirational Matthew Lloyd kicks eight goals and claims the mark of the year against the Demons; a screamer over a pack of five players late in the third quarter.

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