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Jun 12 2015
The Red Sash
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Rd 10 - Some good news...

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Round 10 - Essendon VS Geelong
Eithad  Saturday 6th June 2015

Some good news…
I think it’s now more important than ever that the members, the supporters and the Essendonians get behind the players, Hirdy, the coaches and the staff of the Essendon Football Club as move forward - as one united front. 
Although Saturday night was hard to take for all Essendon supporters some good news looms on the horizon – with Essendon Captain Jobe Watson on track to return to the side for the match against West Coast on Saturday.

“He had a little strain of the adductor.  He did play out the game and it’s at the lower end,” Club Doctor Bruce Reid said.

“He’s out there training today.  We won’t take him quite to top end speed until Thursday but we expect Jobe to play.”

Dustin Fletcher is recovering well from a similar injury but doesn’t usually travel and more than likely won’t make the trip west.

There is better news for midfielder David Zaharakis who is a chance to return after missing a month with an ankle injury.

“We expect David to play.  He’s full training today so as long as he doesn’t pull up sore we expect him to be fit for selection,” Dr Reid said. However I suspect the club to rest David until after the bye.
Jason Winderlich collected 18 possessions in his return to the VFL on the weekend & got through the game unscathed.

Like Winderlich, Nick Kommer has spent considerable time on the injury list.

But the West Australian is nearly back to full fitness and is set to return to the field this weekend. 
“He’s missed over 12 months with a knee cap injury,” Dr Reid said.
“Nick will play this week.” 

David Myers is about a month away from returning from his shoulder injury while Heath Hocking could resume in about a fortnight.

“Heath Hocking is joining in some of the drills today and our aim for him is after the bye,” Dr Reid said.
See you at the footy...

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The Red Sash Medal – Round 10 Votes 
7 Goddard
6 Z Merrett
5 Coyler
4 Hibberd
3 Heppell
2 Stanton
1 Cooney

The Red Sash Medal – Totals after Round 10
43 Heppell
29 Watson
29 Goddard
28 Hurley
26 Hooker
18 Stanton
16 Howlett
14 Hibberd
13 Z Merrett
12 Coyler
9 Baguley
8 Melksham
7 Fletcher
6 Daniher
6 Carlisle
6 Cooney
4 Ambrose
2 Zaharakis
2 Gleeson
2 Dempsey

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