Werribee was unable to produce a result to remember for milestone men Ben Moloney, Joe Maishman, and Sam Collins in its clash with Collingwood on Sunday, going down by 58 points in the wet at Victoria Park.
Werribee scored a resounding triumph with an 83-point win over Frankston at SkyBus Stadium on Sunday.
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 has endured a tough night at the office at Avalon Airport Oval, going down to Collingwood by 53 points.
Werribee has opened its 2018 account in resounding fashion with a 41-point home win over archrival Williamstown on Sunday.
Werribee has suffered a heartbreaking four-point loss in its season-opening clash with Geelong at Torquay’s Spring Creek Reserve, but the new-look side has won itself plenty of plaudits in the process.
Werribee has suffered a tough loss in its practice match against Geelong, going down by 67 points at GMHBA Stadium on Saturday night.
Werribee has made a very promising start to its 2018 practice-match phase, going down by five points to 2017 grand finalists Richmond at East Melbourne's Swinburne Centre on Saturday.
Werribee’s finals dream and 2017 season both came to an end on Saturday night with a gallant 15-point loss to the Casey Demons at Casey Fields.
Werribee has fallen to its heaviest defeat of season 2018, going down to Port Melbourne by 78 points at Avalon Airport Oval on Saturday.
Werribee’s tough start to 2018 continued with a 51-point loss to Sandringham at Trevor Barker Beach Oval on Sunday.
No team ever emerges from a 38-point loss feeling overly thrilled, but Werribee can take a lot more positives from Saturday’s defeat to Richmond at Avalon Airport Oval than the final margin might suggest.
Werribee has been denied a fairytale return to Avalon Airport Oval, going down to a fast-finishing Casey Demons outfit by 16 points on Saturday night.
Werribee has gone down to Essendon by 36 points in its final practice match on Saturday, but not without quite literally making a splash.
Werribee has staged a remarkable comeback in its second practice match to register a 15-point victory over traditional rival Williamstown in scorching conditions in Waurn Ponds on Saturday.
Werribee’s Development League side was denied a fairytale swansong at Casey Fields on Saturday night, going down to the Casey Demons by 124 points in its final ever match.