With skills training and player education sessions aplenty, Werribee's Junior Masterclass made for a huge day out at Avalon Airport Oval.
The Werribee Football Club had a great time running its after-school Auskick program out at Wyndham Park Primary School over the last few weeks.
It wasn’t just the launch of the new-look Avalon Airport Oval that made April a big month for Werribee; with the AFL Victoria Unity Cup, our Junior Masterclass, and half-time NAB AFL Auskick galore, the club was pretty busy in the community too.
The Werribee Football Club was on hand at the Wyndham City Pop Up Park in Station Place for all the excitement of the 2018 Australia Day festivities.
As part of its involvement with the Wyndham Humanitarian Network, Werribee recently took a group of 35 young new arrivals to the Wyndham region on an all-expenses-paid day trip to Mt Buller to catch the tail end of the snow season.
Werribee recently wrapped up its six-week Wyndham Park Primary School Auskick Program, was designed to engage students who had not previously been involved in Auskick with the goal of transitioning them into their local centre in 2018.
Werribee joined forces with Community Partner CDC Victoria to deliver the recent Schools Champions Day at Eagle Stadium.
It was a freezing cold one at Avalon Airport Oval for Werribee's inaugural Advanced Skills Session for Women, but it wasn’t enough to keep the girls from turning out in droves. Big thanks to all participants; to AFL Women's stars Angelica Gogos, Ashleigh Guest, Bree White, and Maddie Boyd for their assistance; and to coaches David Newett of Kick 2 Advantage and Marcell Putaura of Iron Armour Academy for lending their expertise.
Werribee's Towards Zero Diversity Squad had the chance to show off its skills at the AFL Victoria 5 Nations Carnival in Parkville last week.
There were plenty of local coaches eager to learn from Werribee senior coach John Lamont at the club's annual Coaching Master Class at Avalon Airport Oval.