Versatile small Scott Carlin will play his first game as a fully fledged Werribee VFL player when he lines up against Williamstown in Sunday’s John Pyne Memorial Cup at Avalon Airport Oval.
Running machine Aiden Domic has been called up to make his debut as 23rd man, and reliable defender Nick Coughlan will play his 50th VFL match when Werribee face Sandringham on Sunday at Trevor Barker Beach Oval.
Werribee could field up to four changes when it travels around the bay to take on Frankston at Skybus Stadium on Sunday.
Werribee young gun Tom Boyd will make his VFL debut when he runs out against Port Melbourne at Adcon Stadium on Saturday.
Werribee vice captain Matt Hanson will lead out a side featuring at least one debutante when the “big W” faces Coburg at Avalon Airport Oval on Saturday night in pursuit of back-to-back home wins to open season 2019.
Twelve new and prospective Werribee players will don the “big W” for the first time in match conditions tonight when their side hosts Geelong in its first practice game of 2019 and the first at Avalon Airport Oval in more than 10 years.
Werribee will provide a VFL opportunity for another talented TAC Cup player this weekend, having named versatile Murray Bushrangers tall Jordon Butts to make his debut against Coburg on Saturday.
Werribee forward Matthew Munro will play his 50th VFL game on Sunday when his side squares off against the Northern Blues at home in search of its first back-to-back wins of 2018.
Werribee midfielder Ben Moloney will run out for his 100th VFL game when his side takes on Collingwood at Victoria Park on Sunday.
Werribee could field several changes when it returns home to Avalon Airport Oval take on the Casey Demons on Saturday.
Werribee playing midfield coach Michael Barlow will make his highly anticipated return to the field when his side takes on Footscray at VU Whitten Oval on Saturday for the HealthWest Cup.
Werribee looks likely to field an unchanged team for its Easter Saturday clash with Geelong at Avalon Airport Oval.
Up to eight players could line up for their first official game in the “big W” when Werribee opens its 2019 account under lights against old alignment partner North Melbourne at Avalon Airport Oval on Saturday.
Werribee will use Saturday’s season-closing home clash with North Melbourne to blood yet another young rising star by providing a VFL debut for Greater Western Victoria Rebels utility Scott Carlin.
Werribee will field at least two changes for its away clash with Richmond on Saturday and what will be Kurt Aylett’s 50th VFL game.
UPDATE: Fabian Brancatisano
Fabian Brancatisano and Ben McNamara are both in the mix to make their debuts for Werribee when it returns to Avalon Airport Oval to host Essendon on Saturday.