Even on their quiet weekend away on the coast, the Werribee boys couldn't escape the prying eyes of the club's internal paparazzi.
The early signs look promising for the new-look standalone Werribee side, which fell just five points short of 2017 grand finalists Richmond when it travelled to the Swinburne Centre for its first competitive hitout of 2018.
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.
Werribee and Community Partner CDC Victoria again came together to deliver another successful edition of the Schools Champions Day at Werribee’s Eagle Stadium.
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 took a select group of sponsors for an up-close look at the progress of construction on the $11.75 million Avalon Airport Oval redevelopment.
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.
Jess Ward was on hand at Moonee Valley Racecourse to capture all the glitz and glamour as Werribee sent its 2017 season out in style.
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.