There was plenty happening on and off the field as Werribee made its long-awaited return to Avalon Airport Oval on Saturday night, and Jess Ward was on hand to capture all the action.
At long last, on the eve of its first true home game in more than 18 months, the Werribee Football Club has finally returned to Avalon Airport Oval @ Chirnside Park and moved into its redeveloped facilities.
As the Werribee Football Club prepares to move into its redeveloped home at Avalon Airport Oval, take a look at some images from February and March of the final stages of construction.
As Werribee took to Torquay's Spring Creek Reserve for its first VFL appearance as a standalone side since 1999, Jess Ward was on hand to capture all the big moments from the historic occasion.
As the Werribee boys took a bit of a swim with the Bombers out at RAMS Arena in Craigieburn for their final pratice match, Jess Ward donned the wet-weather gear to compile this collection of images.
Werribee officially launched its 2018 season at a wild and windy 40th edition of the Weerama Festival.
As the Werribee bandwagon rolled down the highway for the second week in a row, Jess Ward again joined the convoy to put together this collection of images from the club’s tough loss to Geelong under lights at GMHBA Stadium.
Jess Ward was back with camera in hand and braving the heat at Deakin University to put together this collection of images from Werribee's big comeback win over Williamstown.
Even on their quiet weekend away on the coast, the Werribee boys couldn't escape the prying eyes of the club's internal paparazzi.
The early signs look promising for the new-look standalone Werribee side, which fell just five points short of 2017 grand finalists Richmond when it travelled to the Swinburne Centre for its first competitive hitout of 2018.