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This Saturday Scott Sherlock will run out at Simonds Stadium to play his 100th senior game for the Werribee Football Club, a club he watched as a young lad with aspirations to eventually don the black and gold as part of his sporting dream. On the eve of this personal milestone, Scott shared his football journey with Kevin Hillier.
Scott Sherlock is playing his 100th game for Werribee this week. We've collected a small collection of photos displaying his journey through the years.
If you are a fan of the modern game, where the ball is moved at warp factor 9 and the silky skills that are practised day after day are on show, and the pristine state of the ground allows for fast flowing lightning quick end to end football, then suffice to say this game would not have been of any interest to you at all.
Brad Xavier is an inspiration to young footballers around the country, especially as we celebrate Multicultural Round in the Peter Jackson VFL this weekend.
The Werribee Football Club is pleased to announce the appointment of Darren Hellmann to the position of Business Development Manager. The newly created position will help guide the club into the future as big changes take place at Avalon Airport Oval in 2016 and beyond.
This Sunday not only sees us take on Port Melbourne at North Port Oval, but sees us live on channel 7 from 11:40am. Check out the training squad selected for the game.
Photos from last weeks Diversity Squad 6 nations carnival games, which saw the Werribee side walk away with both a well earned win and hard fought loss. Report to follow.
North entered a single alignment with Werribee this season, with several Roos-listed players given the opportunity to refine their skills and develop new ones with the VFL squad.
In wet conditions, Werribee would have liked to have had more shots on goal, particularly in the opening half.