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Simon Eishold

Image DOB: 26 March 1967

Debut: Round 4, 1986 against Essendon at Windy Hill
Last MFC Game: Round 16, 1992 against West Coast at WACA

From: Ormond

Number: 25 1986-1992

Honours
Reserves Leading Goalkicker - 1987

Games: 77 (82 total)
Goals: 50
Career Statistics

WinsDrawsLossesWinning %
5212467.53

A midfielder who debuted in 1986, Eishold was lightly used in his first two seasons but made the 1987 Preliminary Final squad. Just when he looked like becoming a regular in 1988 he missed three months with a broken collarbone just as he looked likely to become a regular senior player.

Returning for one game at the end of the year he became a regular 1989 until missing the finals series through injury. 1990 was his finest year where despite missing a month with a knee injury suffered in Round 1, he played 20 games including two finals. He had more injury trouble in 1991, breaking his thumb in Round 4 and being kept out of the game until Round 14.

Eishold had a delayed start to 1992 after injuring his knee in a practice match against Richmond at Skinner Reserve, Braybrook and played just five games all year.

Originally slated to move to Tasmania and coach Hobart in 1993 the move fell through and Eishold followed his old coach, John Northey to Richmond. He played just two games at the start of the year and three at the end before leaving the Tigers.

Eishold moved to Echuca after leaving the Tigers. He won the Goulburn League award for best player in 1995 and coached his side to a premiership in 1997.

YearGamesGoalsBrownlow
1986 530
1987 920
1988 750
1989 1672
1990 20223
1991 15100
1992 510

Lists
Richmond

Media
Canberra Times - 01/04/1990
Canberra Times - 13/06/1991

Links
Tigerland Archive profile
Wikipedia profile

Created by Supermercado. Last Modification: Friday 14 July 2017 09:26:37 AEST by Supermercado. (Version 21)

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