Round 16 Essendon v West Coast Eagles

The Stats
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Head Injuries
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Angus Monfries , walking wounded leaves the pitch after having being been beaten by the Eagles.

Monfries Clears
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Angus Monfies gets boot to ball ahead of Jobe Watson (4) Adam Selwood (37) and Nic Naitanui

Panic On The Dance Floor
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Coach Matthew Knights ponders what to do to stem the tide and deal with that man LeCras.

Give Blood Play Footy
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Andrew Embley with claret steaming from his face, kicks for goal before leaving the pitch from the Blood Rule.

Go Bombers Go
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AFL football -the ulimate family entertainment. Young Bomber fans cheer their team passionately.

McVeigh Evades Smith
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McVeigh Evades Smith

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Mark McVeigh sidesteps Ashley Smith (28) during a rare Essendon forward thrust.

Boundary Line Action
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Essendon hopeful Tom Bellchambers takes a high pressure mark with some close attention from Ashley Smith (28)

Eagles Fly
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Heath Hocking (39) attempts a spoil as Nic Naitanui out reaches Essendon's Dustin Fletcher (rear) and his team mate.

Neale Daniher
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Neale Daniher

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Neale Daniher played for the Essendon Football Club in the VFL and is one of the four Daniher brothers (the others being Terry, Chris and Anthony) to have played for Essendon. He made only 82 senior appearances (and kicked 32 goals) for the club before injuries cut his career short. he went on to coach the Melbourne Football Club and after getting sacked ended up as GM at the West Coast Eagles.

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