sport news Furious Darcy Parish clashes with his skipper Dyson Heppell as Essendon lose to ... trends now

sport news Furious Darcy Parish clashes with his skipper Dyson Heppell as Essendon lose to ... trends now
sport news Furious Darcy Parish clashes with his skipper Dyson Heppell as Essendon lose to ... trends now

sport news Furious Darcy Parish clashes with his skipper Dyson Heppell as Essendon lose to ... trends now

Furious Darcy Parish clashes with his skipper Dyson Heppell as Essendon's horror season keeps spiralling out of control in loss to Power Heppell and star midfielder had a bad-tempered exchange at quarter time  Parish refused to look at skipper and walked off angrily with team trailing badly   Bombers gave Port a big scare before Power ran out 16-point winners 

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Essendon skipper Dyson Heppell and Darcy Parish were caught having a bad-tempered exchange as Port Adelaide survived a mighty fright to bank a 16-point win over the Bombers and creep within touching distance of the AFL's top eight.

The teammates clashed at quarter time as Parish remonstrated with Jake Kelly with the side down by 20 points.

Parish appeared to be having strong words with Kelly when Heppell intervened, leading to the star midfielder walking away angrily and giving the captain his back.

Parish (left) gave Heppell (right) his back and appeared furious at the first break 

The look on Heppell's face after the loss said it all as the Bombers flamed out yet again

The look on Heppell's face after the loss said it all as the Bombers flamed out yet again 

He refused to look at Heppell for several seconds before eventually turning around, forcefully making his point and walking off angrily. 

It was one low point among many for the Bombers as the Power, with Charlie Dixon kicking two goals in his first AFL game this year, triumphed 9.12 (66) to 6.14

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