Werribee had a great time teaming up with Leisure Networks at Wyndhamvale Football Club for the Totally Sport school holiday program.
Chirnsides by the River got a dose of red-carpet glamour as it hosted its very first Bruce Montgomery Trophy count on Thursday night.
Werribee has formally acknowledged the contributions of departing player Nathan Laracy and departing coach John Lamont by bestowing both with life membership.
Sam Collins has continued to reap the rewards for a remarkable 2018 season by taking out the Bruce Montgomery Trophy as Werribee’s best and fairest player.
Spiros Amarantidis has made a fairytale return to the Deer Park lineup to help it to premiership victory over Hoppers Crossing and a record-breaking sixth straight Western Region Football League flag.
New Werribee senior coach Mark Williams was in high demand in the media world on Wednesday morning, with both 1116 SEN and Macquarie Sports Radio keen to chat with “Choco” about his appointment at Avalon Airport Oval for 2019.
Werribee joined forces with Wyndham City Council, North Melbourne Football Club, and the team at the Huddle to host its first ever Australian Citizenship ceremony at Chirnsides by the River last.
Werribee has kicked off its post-season activity with a major coup, securing AFL premiership coach Mark Williams as its senior coach for 2019.
Vote now for the 2018 Werribee Football Club Goal of the Year.
Ben McNamara and Brenton Rees will square off against Isaac Miller and Max Augerinos in the Geelong Football League grand final next week after their St Joseph’s side downed Leopold by one point in a thrilling preliminary final on Saturday.