Werribee enjoyed a special day in defeating archrival Williamstown to record the first of its return to standalone status and the first at the redeveloped Avalon Airport Oval, and Jess Ward was right there to capture all the big moments.
Werribee has opened its 2018 account in resounding fashion with a 41-point home win over archrival Williamstown on Sunday.
Saturday, April 28 is shaping as a big afternoon both on and off the field at Avalon Airport Oval.
There’s no better place to see Werribee’s home clash with traditional rival Williamstown than from the grandstand of the new-look Avalon Airport Oval; but if you can’t make it along, there is another way.
Werribee’s new-look standalone side will rekindle its rivalry with old enemy Williamstown when it host the Seagulls at the revamped Avalon Airport Oval on Sunday.
Werribee and Williamstown will again contest the John Pyne Memorial Cup when they square off at Avalon Airport Oval on Sunday.
The stakes are always high when Werribee and Williamstown go head to head, but there’s a lot more to this match-up than just local bragging rights.
Up to five Werribee players could return to the VFL ranks for Sunday’s big home clash with traditional rival Williamstown.
Werribee key forward Josh Porter is set for a few more weeks on the sidelines with a foot injury.
Werribee defender Jack Williams has done his chances of a VFL recall no harm with a best-on-ground performance for Hampden Football League side Camperdown on Saturday.