Our Players

01. Aaron Christensen

Aaron Christensen Explosive on his day with uncanny skills around goal. Interrupted season last year with injury looking forward to a clean run in 2020. Deceptively fast and can kick the impossible goal. This will be his fifth year with the...

02. Brodie Foster

Proven NEAFL player who has since backed up with a full season of senior footy in the VFL. Has played an attacking role across half-back and a strong tackler in general play. Expect to see more of him in the middle of the ground.

03. Matt Thomson

Joined the 200-Club last season despite missing a big chunk through illness. Often finds space in the forward line. Fast, courageous and an excellent team player who has enjoyed an excellent career.

04. Peter Yagmoor

An outstanding reader of the play with an astonishingly accurate and long kick. Rarely beaten in one-on-ones and loves nothing better than slamming the ball deep into attack. One of the Bombers’ most dependable players.

05. Adam Oxley

Returning home after a solid career in a strong AFL program which was dramatically interrupted by injury. Made a name for himself in his 36 games with the Pies as a sweeper across half-back. His experience and “smarts” will be a huge boon.

06. Jack Rolls

Missed most of last season through injury. Back bigger, bolder and stronger than ever he will add a ton of grunt to an exciting midfield. Strength, pace and endurance are some of his strongpoints. Has elite-level traits in his armoury.

07. Matthew McGannon

Missed the end of last season with injury but showed plenty before then in his debut year. Attacking defender strong on both sides of his body. Won a premiership with Fish Creek as a 16-year-old and relies on his outside run and accurate as...

08. Matt Hammelmann

Leading NEAFL goalkicker last two years and NEAFL Team of the Year full-forward in 2018/19. Outstanding key forward who has worked hard on strength and conditioning improving his standing as a key in one-on-one contests. Wonderful athlete who kicked 66...

09. Mitchell Stallard

Settled into one of the club’s most consistent players after a series of frustrating injuries hampered his early years. Hard-working defender who played his role to perfection in a consistent 2019. Highly regarded by teammates for his resolve, he’ll be...

10. Hayden Bertoli Simmonds

Finished the season in brilliant style last year with strength, skill, leadership and composure the major attributes. Has captained the club since 2017 and really grown into the role. Universally regarded as an elite midfielder.  

11. Stephen Mills

Most consistent in defence last season where he used his height and pace to combat some quality opposition. Strong in the air and good pace for a big man. Has fitted in well at the club after tripping across the Nullarbor.  

12. Scott Miller

Has built a formidable resume at the Bombers. Plays mainly in defence but also makes his mark when switched into the midfield. Safe hands and a very good kick, he has advanced to the stage where he is now among the team leaders.  

13. Clay Cameron

Shared Dowling Medal last season and won NEAFL Team of the Year selection for a second time. Hugely productive in attack where he clocks up big numbers and among the best marks in the competition. Valuable player rarely plays a bad game.  

14. Blake Grewar

The return of another prodigal son, his attack on the ball as a hard-inside midfielder and classy finisher will be a boon in 2020. The experience he has gained over the last few years will prove hugely beneficial.  

15. Darcy Marsh

Impressed when he stepped out with the Bombers last year and then finished the season as a NEAFL premiership player with Brisbane Lions. Stylish player who plays high forward  

16. Lachlan McDonald

Seasoned NEAFL player with the Suns, where he played 33 games. An outsider runner who likes to create run and break the lines. Played mainly as a winger with the Suns with stints across half-back taking advantage of his pace.  

17. Kailem Baker

Recruited from North Launceston in the TSL where he won a flag in 2017. A speedy mid who combines pace with a strong team ethic. Restricted to eight games last year as a result of injury and keens to have a strong and consistent 2020.  

18. Damian Steven

A consistent and experienced contributor who plays either midfield of half-forward. Possesses excellent skills on either side and uses the ball with proficiency. Valued team member last season with some big numbers on the stats sheet.

19. Craig Malone

Shared the Dowling Medal last year and named NEAFL Team of the Year ruckman indicates the extraordinary heights he has risen to over the last couple of seasons. Genuine powerhouse who has worked hard at his game and been rewarded with those honours as...

20. Sebastian Rogers

Made his debut with the Bombers last season after a stint at Southport. Provides run out of defence and will be looking to consolidate. Won the Sharks’ best first-year player in 2016 and looking to a consistent 2020.

21. Luke O’Sullivan

Mainly a rebounding defender who played juniors with Springwood and joined the Bombers’ via Mt Gravatt. A member of the Lions’ 2017 NEAFL premiership side he exhibits excellent decision-making prowess.

22. Reuben William

Well regarded at Footscray – he didn’t miss a game in his two VFL seasons – he’s comfortable across half-back and deep defence but could be given an opportunity in the midfield. Will bring great leadership and experience to the club.

23. Harrison Hunkin

Returned to the club last season after a stint with Camperdown and played his best football at the tail-end. Uses the ball superbly from half-back with pinpoint accuracy.

24. Justin Currie

NEAFL premiership player with the Lions last year after sharing games with Redland. Likes to run and take the game on from the wing/half-forward. Will miss early games after a knee problem disrupted his pre-season.

26. Billy Johnson

Impressed in his debut season last year. Neat left-foot kick he possesses good endurance and a strong work ethic. Usually plays across half-forward or on a wing and looking to take his game to the next level.

27. Perry Lewis-Smith

Exciting recruit with plenty of VFL experience. Possesses elite endurance levels and boasts a strong run-and-carry game with the bonus of being a strong inside player. Mostly plays midfield but equally adept in defence as well as when thrown forward....

29. Tom Matthews

Has played 11 NEAFL games across the last two seasons including a premiership with the Lions in his only appearance with the club in 2020. Won a Rising Star nomination with Mt Gravatt last season and is skilful, a non-stop runner and has a powerful...

30. Caleb Franks

A Brisbane Lions Academy product who came through the Kenmore and Western Magpies junior pathway. Has shone in several Bombers’ appearances, but injury has hampered his progress. Loves to attack the ball and a strong mark. Enjoys kicking a goal.

31. Jamie Ivers

Everton Wolves junior who has played last couple of seasons with Mayne where he made big strides at QAFL level. Athletic and confident. Played high level basketball as a junior and keen to take the next step.

32. Ryan Dadds

Restricted to five games last year and will be keen to advance on that. Has copious speed and the qualities to find a spot on the wing or forward-flank. An exciting player on his day.

33. Jarrod Huddy

Has had limited opportunities due to Malone’s dominance, but has handled himself well when given the opportunity. Won the club’s best first year player in 2017.

34. Harrison Kerr

Medium-sized forward. Originally from Maroochydore and previously on Southport’s list. Has had a good taste of NEAFL over the past two seasons.

35. Will O’Dwyer

Exciting youngster who kicked 40 goals last season to be Noosa’s leading goalkicker and polled the most votes but was ineligible for the QFA Division 1 Duncanson-Todd Medal due to suspension. Fast and loves to take a “speccie”. Will be a livewire in...

36. Harrison Gobbie

Earned a place on the club’s rookie list after showing potential with Wests. Yet to play a senior game but the Bombers hope to develop him as a NEAFL player of the future.

37. Jai Larkins

An attacking defender who thrives on hard work. Good overhead and loves to run the ball. Formerly played with Maroochydore and Sandgate.

38. Daniel Edwards

Played junior football with Yeronga Devils then Western Magpies. Made his debut with Sherwood last year and runner-up in senior best and fairest. Won Rising Star nomination. Classy up and coming wingman with big future.

41. Adrian Williams

One of the competition’s best key defenders he plays a pivotal role where his strong marking, strength and judgment are notable trademarks. Dual Dowling Medallist and consecutive NEAFL Team of the Year selections add to his resume. Outstanding...

43. Bill Sam

Run and carry defender with impressive interception skills. Talented and athletic, he also played rugby league as a junior, he has unlimited potential. Made his debut at the end of the season last year.

45. Daniel Fleming

Hard working small forward very fast. Premiership player with Maroochydore and a former member of the Lions Academy. Has accumulated 12 games at NEAFL level.

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