Werribee has been outclassed by reigning premiers Footscray, going down by 51 points at Victoria University Whitten Oval on Saturday night.
Wayward kicking has cost Werribee dearly in its season-opening clash against Geelong in Torquay, the Tigers going down by 25 points after some shaky shooting for goal in the first half.
Werribee’s senior side suffered its first pre-season defeat of 2017 when it went down to the Northern Blues by 23 points at Arden Street on Sunday.
Happy Ending to 2016
It’s a Long Way to the Top
No Winter Blues for the Tigers
Tigers mauled by Cats
Tigers Bomb Chance
Tigers get the (Colli) Wobbles
Wild weather brought an unexpected end to Werribee’s final practice match of the year on Saturday, with the Tigers forced to abandon their clash with the Casey Demons at Casey Fields in the final term.
Werribee survived a late scare in Saturday’s practice match against Coburg, holding on for a three-point win in blustery conditions at RAMS Arena in Craigieburn.
Dogs lead all Day
Not a Complete Loss for the Tigers
W for Werribee
If you are a fan of the modern game, where the ball is moved at warp factor 9 and the silky skills that are practised day after day are on show, and the pristine state of the ground allows for fast flowing lightning quick end to end football, then suffice to say this game would not have been of any interest to you at all.
No Joy in this Tigers Victory