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DYSON HEPPELL Essendon Bombers No #21

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Dyson Heppell ABOUT Games : 22 Goals : 3 Debut: Round 1 ,2011 vs. Western Bulldogs Height: 189cm Weight: 81kg DOB : 14/5/1992 RECRUITED FROM : Gippsland Power Essendon was rapt to select the smooth-moving defender with pick eight in last year’s NAB AFL Draft. Was a standout performer with Gippsland Power in the TAC Cup last season, winning the Morrish Medal for best player in the competition, and was also outstanding for Vic Country. Won All-Australian honors and was named the most valuable player for his state. The childhood Bombers supporter has a penetrating left foot, attacks from defense and can capably move into the midfield.

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Dyson Heppell 1 st AFL Season STATISTICS

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Dyson Heppell , The 2011 AFL NAB Rising Star Dyson Heppell: ESSENDON Ranked 2nd for Essendon in total disposals for the season Ranked 3 rd for Essendon in total kicks for the season Ranked 1 st for Essendon in total handballs for the season Ranked 1 st for Essendon in total marks for the season Ranked equal 10 th for Essendon in total inside 50s for the season Ranked equal 8 th for Essendon in total goal assists LEAGUE Ranked 41 st for total league disposals Ranked 65 th for total league kicks Ranked 33 rd for total league handballs Ranked equal 15 th for total league marks RISING STAR One of only seven players to play in all 22 games for Essendon in 2011. Is the only 2010 National Draftee (first time draftee) to play all 22 games this season. THE VOTES 1. Dyson Heppell (Ess) 44 2. Luke Shuey (WC) 37 3. Zac Smith (GC) 21 4. David Swallow (GC) 18 5. Jack Darling (WC) 6 6. Sam Reid (Syd) 5 =7. Andrew Gaff (WC) 1 =7. Trent McKenzie (GC) 1 =7. Jack Steven (StK) 1 =7. Daniel Menzel (Geel) 1 Heppell polled 44 votes out of a possible 45

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