It’s been a tough couple of weeks for Werribee’s defenders, with Michael Sodomaco, Nick Buykx, and Nathan Laracy all under an injury cloud as the end of the season approaches.
The outlook for 2018 and beyond was certainly bright as Werribee’s sponsors, directors, players, and staff came together for the annual club update. Big thanks must go to the Gordon Werribee for hosting the evening and to Chatterbox Cafe for catering.
Jess Ward braced herself against the typically blustery conditions of Burbank Oval to present this collection of images from Werribee's double header against the Seagulls, which saw Nathan Laracy notch up his 100th club game.
The occasion of Nathan Laracy’s 100th club game wasn’t enough to lift Werribee’s Development League side to a win on Sunday, the Tigers going down to Williamstown by 17 points at Burbank Oval after a brave fightback.
Werribee has slipped out of the top eight after a tough 71-point loss to traditional rival Williamstown at Burbank Oval on Sunday.
Werribee faces a tough assignment against premiership contender and traditional rivals Williamstown at Burbank Oval on Sunday.
The script couldn’t have been written any better for Brad Carlton, Josh Sloan, and Jared Fletcher when they lined up for Werribee’s Development League side against Box Hill on Sunday.
Werribee could make as many as nine changes for Sunday’s clash with traditional rivals Williamstown at Burbank Oval.
2018 will unveil a raft of changes at the Werribee Football Club, but the position of senior coach will remain the domain of John Lamont.
Werribee veteran Nathan Laracy is set to play his 100th club game this weekend after being cleared by the VFL Tribunal.