With the Western Bulldogs, Geelong, and local WRFL club Tarneit joining the Werribee players and staff for all the footy fun, the Big Footy Weekend at Pacific Werribee certainly lived up to its name.
Werribee was unable to hold off a fast-finishing Geelong in its opening practice match of 2019 and the first at home in more than 10 years, going down to the Cats by 15 points under the Avalon Airport Oval lights on Friday night.
Twelve new and prospective Werribee players will don the “big W” for the first time in match conditions tonight when their side hosts Geelong in its first practice game of 2019 and the first at Avalon Airport Oval in more than 10 years.
Werribee has given its stocks of local talent a significant boost with the signing of four former Western Jets.
Werribee has continued to tap into the rich vein of talent in Victoria’s northeast by signing former Murray Bushrangers teammates Hudson Garoni and Tom Boyd for season 2019.
Werribee senior coach Mark Williams has singled out midfielder Matt Hanson for high praise on air, lauding the three-time Bruce Montgomery Trophy winner’s relentless determination to better himself as a player.
See Werribee in action in the lead-up to season 2019 as Avalon Airport Oval hosts its first pre-season matches in more than 10 years.
The Werribee Football Club kicked off the historic inaugural AFL Women's game at Avalon Airport Oval with a pre-game function at Chirnsides by the River.
Major events don’t just happen overnight – just ask Mark Penaluna.
The Werribee Football Club is thrilled to announce it has signed CDC Victoria as its very first Multicultural and Diversity Partner.