What a hugely entertaining afternoon it was at Chirnsides by the River when “Slamming’” Sam Kekovich headlined Werribee’s very first Business & Sportsman’s Lunch!
The Werribee Football Club took great pleasure in hosting several of its sponsors at Chirnsides by the River to celebrate the start of a new season.
With the Western Bulldogs, Geelong, and local WRFL club Tarneit joining the Werribee players and staff for all the footy fun, the Big Footy Weekend at Pacific Werribee certainly lived up to its name.
Werribee Midfield Coach Michael Barlow and Multicultural Development Officer Mar Gattek are assisting Manor Lakes P-12 College with the delivery of its Football Development Program throughout 2019. Here are a few snaps from this week’s session.
The Werribee boys were well and truly put through their paces across a gruelling weekend down in Torquay. Here are a few snaps from a monster Saturday session.
The Werribee Football Club was out in force again for the annual Australia Day in Wyndham event at Station Place.
The Werribee boys got into the swing of the silly season as they hit the Avalon Airport Oval track for one final time in 2018.
Night one of pre-season is done and dusted! With new senior coach Mark Williams at the helm, the returning Werribee boys acquainted themselves with a few new faces as they re-acquainted themselves with Avalon Airport Oval for an action-packed first-up session.
Werribee’s community department had a great time at the 2018 Wyndham Diwali, the local multicultural festival of lights that has grown to become one of the biggest events of its kind in Melbourne.
Werribee's inaugural Cox Plate Luncheon at Chirnsides by the River has been run and won.