Werribee has made its first mid-season list change of 2018, adding Northern Territory Thunder premiership player Julian Lockwood to its primary squad of 45.
Werribee headed east to notch its breakthrough win over the Box Hill Hawks on Saturday, but it still had plenty of players impressing closer to home at the local level.
The good news from the weekend keeps coming for Werribee, which has emerged unscathed on the injury front at both the VFL and the local level.
Neither Brenton Rees nor Josh Porter finished among the coaches’ votes for Werribee in its stunning seven-point upset victory over the Box Hill Hawks, but the efforts of both provided some insight into the ability of their side to finally break through after a tough month of football.
Werribee bounced back emphatically with its breakthrough win on the road over the Box Hill Hawks on Saturday, and Jess Ward was there at City Oval to capture all the action.
Werribee will be looking to re-ignite its season with an upset win over the Box Hill Hawks when it travels out to Box Hill City Oval on Saturday.
The Werribee Football Club had a great time running its after-school Auskick program out at Wyndham Park Primary School over the last few weeks.
Werribee has made just one change to its VFL squad ahead of Saturday’s away clash with the Box Hill Hawks.
Louis Pinnuck could miss several months of football after sustaining a serious ankle injury last week.
Harrison King didn’t miss a beat in his return to football over the weekend, producing a best-on-ground performance for Bacchus Marsh in its 17-point win over East Point.