In this installment of “Blast from the Past”, we speak with Werribee premiership player and recently inducted life member Peter Williams.
As part of its involvement with the Wyndham Humanitarian Network, Werribee recently took a group of 35 young new arrivals to the Wyndham region on an all-expenses-paid day trip to Mt Buller to catch the tail end of the snow season.
Werribee captain Michael Sodomaco has officially committed to leading his side into its new standalone era by re-signing with the club for season 2018.
Werribee has made its first new off-field signing ahead of the 2018 season by appointing Simon Anning as high-performance manager.
The Werribee Football Club and Ballan Holden will continue their long-standing partnership, with the iconic Holden dealer again on board as the major sponsor for 2018.
He’s already vowed to return to the field for Werribee, but now it’s official: Max Augerinos will be back at Avalon Airport Oval in 2018.
Matthew Hanson has given Werribee the perfect start to its bid to field a powerful standalone side by committing to the club for the 2018 season.
Werribee recently took a select group of sponsors for an up-close look at the progress of construction on the $11.75 million Avalon Airport Oval redevelopment.
Werribee recently wrapped up its six-week Wyndham Park Primary School Auskick Program, was designed to engage students who had not previously been involved in Auskick with the goal of transitioning them into their local centre in 2018.
The Werribee Football Club is delighted to welcome Peter Williams, Doug Joiner, and Jimmy Masterson as its newest life members.