Summary Enterprise Angels chairman Neil Craig emphasises in the new sidecar fund information memorandum that the growth of the early stage investment market in New Zealand over the past decade has been an important development. Enterprise Angels is one of country's biggest and most active angel investor groups with 123 members who have to date invested $9.5 million in 30 companies. In particular, the group has focused on innovative New Zealand companies in the horticulture, dairy, agriculture, food, and animal productivity industries, based on the expertise and experience of many of its members.
Summary Essendon coach James Hird tours the Bombers new facility flanked by chief executive Xavier Campbell and head of coaching Neil Craig. Press box: James Hird returns to work 0:59. Interim coach Thompson is not contracted for next year, and with Hird set to regain the senior role and Craig certain to retain his position, the dual premiership coach has hinted he will walk away.
Summary Essendon coach James Hird walks around the Hangar at Essendon's training facility with head of coaching Neil Craig. Picture: Hamish Blair Source: News Corp Australia. JAMES Hird has returned to work at Essendon, adding his voice to the club chorus wanting caretaker coach Mark Thompson to stay on for the 2015 season.
Summary Map: Essendon 3040 Essendon forward Jake Carlisle is expected to be sidelined for up to two weeks after suffering a slight hamstring strain.The 22 year-old was sent for scans after complaining of tightness during training.Bombers general manager football performance Neil Craig said in a statement that Carlisle remained upbeat."Jake pulled up a little tight during a training drill and scans revealed he'd strained his hamstring," he said."On the positive side of things we are fortunate the strain is on the minor scale."
Summary Essendon has identified how it used the ball as a crucial factor in its elimination final loss to North Melbourne. "In another two to three years, Joe Daniher is going to get a lot of people out of their seats." Craig, like interim coach Mark Thompson, also congratulated the players on making the finals despite the ongoing stress of the club's supplements scandal.