Saturday, April 29
2pm at North Melbourne Recreation Reserve
Saturday, April 29
It hasn't taken long for Werribee recruit Jade Cleeland to earn senior selection, but the process of getting him to the club in the first place was a little more involved.
Jade Cleeland will make his senior debut for Werribee when the VFL side takes on Essendon at Arden Street, while the Tigers' development team is set to square off with Port Melbourne at North Port Oval.
Aiden Adams and Jake Marshall are both nearing a return to football after long-term injuries.
North Melbourne and Werribee will both be fielding standalone sides in the 2018 VFL season after mutually concluding a successful 10-season agreement.
His distinctive bushranger beard has gained a reputation both within the Werribee Football Club and beyond, but Nathan Laracy is preparing to do away with his trademark look in the name of charity.
Werribee squares off against reigning premiers Footscray for the HealthWest Cup on Saturday night, while the development side kicks off its season against Sandringham earlier in the day. See who'll be lining up for both teams.
Werribee’s Towards Zero Diversity Squad will begin its 2017 campaign on Monday when it hosts its first session of the year at Eagle Stadium.
Werribee backline coach Ben Patrick has long had a love of representative football.
Take a look at some of the best shots from Werribee's Round 2 clash with Footscray for the Health West Cup. Images: Jessica Ward
Werribee defender Nathan Laracy has shaved off his distinctive bushranger beard - some 14 months in the making - to raise funds for the Werribee Mercy Hospital Critical Care Unit.
Werribee has been outclassed by reigning premiers Footscray, going down by 51 points at Victoria University Whitten Oval on Saturday night.
Werribee ruckman Kyle Galloway will make his senior debut for the club when he runs out against Footscray at VU Whitten Oval on Saturday.
Werribee and Footscray are again set to vie for the Health West Cup when they square off at Victoria University Whitten Oval on Saturday.
There may have been some bruised pride among the playing group after a first-up loss to Geelong, but Werribee has emerged physically unscathed from its Round 1 encounter with the Cats.