Werribee has locked down two of its breakout stars by re-signing Ryley Barrack and Dom Brew for the 2018 season.
Werribee has snared one of the VFL’s big names as its first new recruit of the off-season, signing small forward Andrew Hooper from North Ballarat.
The Werribee Football Club this week farewelled long-time supporter Rick Wolany OAM, who passed away at the age of 70 after a brave battle with the rare but devastating neurological condition known as progressive supranuclear palsy (PSP).
Werribee has secured another key off-field appointment by signing David Newett to the new position of kicking coach for the 2018 season.
Werribee has taken its first step towards building its forward firepower as a standalone side by re-signing Josh Corbett and Brad Xavier for season 2018.
The Werribee Football Club has been saddened to learn of the passing of Kathleen Moloney, mother of long-time club property steward Ashley Moloney.
The Werribee Football Club would like to sincerely thank all of its volunteers for their services across the 2017 season.
In this installment of “Blast from the Past”, we speak with Werribee premiership player and recently inducted life member Peter Williams.
Ben Patrick has advised the Werribee Football Club he will be departing to take up a coaching position with the Essendon Football Club in 2018.
Werribee has secured the ongoing services of another two of its more experienced campaigners, with Jake Sharp and Matthew Munro both re-committing to the club for season 2018.
It seems there’s no separating Louis Pinnuck and Harry Boyd.
Werribee and Community Partner CDC Victoria again came together to deliver another successful edition of the Schools Champions Day at Werribee’s Eagle Stadium.
Werribee has retained another vital cog in its midfield machine by securing the services of Tom Gribble for season 2018.
Nick Buykx is poised to become the poster boy for Werribee’s commitment to home-grown talent in its new standalone era after recommitting to the club for the 2018 season.
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.