Essendon

Essendon may mean:

Australia
  • Electoral district of Essendon
  • Electoral district of Essendon and Flemington
  • Essendon, Victoria
    • Essendon railway station
    • Essendon Airport
  • Essendon, Barons
  • Essendon Football Club in the Australian Football League
United Kingdom
  • Essendon, Hertfordshire

Other articles related to "essendon":

Syd Barker, Sr.
1887 – 23 March 1930) was an Australian rules footballer who played with Richmond, Essendon and North Melbourne in the Victorian Football League (VFL) ... Barker's long footballing career began at Essendon 'A' in the Victorian Football Association (VFA) with whom he played before joining Richmond in 1908 ... In 1921 North attempted to merge with Essendon and join the VFL but Essendon went back on the deal and as a result the club temporarily disbanded ...
Les Griggs
... Les Griggs (born 6 May 1914) was an Australian rules footballer who played with Essendon in the Victorian Football League (VFL) during the 1930s and 1940s ... originally, was mostly a centreman and centre half forward over the course of his career at Essendon ... He had his best year in 1941 when he kicked 29 goals and played in Essendon's losing Grand Final team ...
Stan Booth
... (born 3 December 1933) was an Australian rules footballer who played with Essendon in the Victorian Football League (VFL) during the 1950s ... Booth was a rover and often rested on the half forward flank, contributing over a goal a game for Essendon ... From 1953 he was a regular in the Essendon side, kicking 32 goals in 1954 and playing in the 1957 Grand Final loss to Melbourne ...
List Of Airports In The Melbourne Area - List
38.03944 144.46944 (Avalon Airport) Essendon Essendon Airport Public YMEN MEB 37°43′41″S 144°54′07″E / 37.72806°S 144.90194°E / -37.72806 144.90194 (Essendon Airport ...
Catholic All Schools Sports Association - Schools - Former Member Schools
... Ave Maria College, Essendon (2000 or 2001-2001) Avila College Mount Waverley (1999) Caroline Chisholm College, Braybrook (1998) Catholic College, Sale (1997-2001) Clonard College, Geelong (1998-2001) Damascus ...