There were plenty of great storylines to come out of Werribee’s 25-point victory over reigning premiers Box Hill in last round’s Beyond Blue Cup clash at Avalon Airport Oval.
It has been one hell of a week for Werribee’s teenage goalkicking sensation Jake Riccardi. After booting a career-high six goals against Coburg, Riccardi was hot property. Take a look at his week down Media Street.
It has been a big week for Joel Bennett. The 22-year-old put an injury-riddled start to the season behind him and kicked five goals in a best on ground display in Werribee’s 27-point win over Port Melbourne at Avalon Airport Oval on Saturday. He’s been a man in demand this week but has happily taken a stroll down Media Street.
Rick Wolany has received the Werribee Football Club’s top honour – life membership.
Werribee football manager Mark Stone says his club “wouldn’t be doing our due diligence” if it didn’t look to the GFL to fill its list next season.
There was a collective sigh of relief at the Werribee Tigers after they survived a late scare to beat North Ballarat Roosters by five points at Eureka Stadium on Saturday.
Experienced midfielder Joe Maishman is enjoying a career-best year, and on Saturday he produced a two-way masterclass, blanketing Frankston star Will Fordham, and stepping up to be Werribee’s most damaging clearance player. He deservingly took a stroll down Media Street this week.
Tackling machine Dom Brew and utility Kye Declase went down Media Street this week after strong performances last Saturday against Collingwood.
North Warrnambool Eagles co-coach Graeme Twaddle is grateful VFL club Werribee gave Josh Corbett the all-clear to play for his home club on Saturday.
Matt Hanson is Tasmanian, but he would love nothing more than to pull on the Big V in this Saturday’s state game.
Three in a row and feeling good.