Werribee has suffered a heartbreaking four-point loss in its season-opening clash with Geelong at Torquay’s Spring Creek Reserve, but the new-look side has won itself plenty of plaudits in the process.
Werribee will run out as a standalone VFL side for the first time in 19 years when it squares off against Geelong in Torquay on Easter Sunday.
Werribee has named eight debutants for its round-one Easter Sunday clash with Geelong and what will be its first VFL match as a standalone side in 19 years.
The return of Josh Porter and Ben Moloney to their original numbers headlines a large list of changes to Werribee’s jumper numbers for season 2018.
Werribee has finalised its primary playing list for season 2018, securing the commitment of returning players Jason Robinson, Harrison King, Ethan Petterwood, and Spiros Amarantidis.
Werribee has emerged relatively unscathed from its final practice match, with concussion concerns over midfielder Jack Brauman the only issue arising.
Werribee will kick off the 2018 Peter Jackson VFL Season and launch its first VFL campaign as a standalone side in 19 years when it takes on Geelong in Torquay on Easter Sunday in the annual K rock Cup.
Werribee may be on the verge of finalising a new-look playing list, but it will have some familiar faces at the helm in season 2018.
Werribee has confirmed the last of its new recruits for its 2018 primary list, signing the outgoing Geelong Falcons pair of Charlie Francis and Jack Henderson and Greater Western Victoria Rebels graduate Keegan Gray.
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.