Dane McFarlane has all the attributes to become an AFL footballer, Werribee coach John Lamont has declared.
An Aaron Black goal late in time-on of the final quarter secured Werribee a nailbiting two-point victory over Box Hill at Avalon Airport Oval on Sunday.
This was not Werribee Tigers football. It was so far off the script that it was cringe-worthy.
Some fine-tuning on the fly has seen Werribee Tigers return from three tricky road games with a winning record of 100 per cent.
When Footscray tackles Werribee in a mouth-watering VFL clash on Saturday, the two teams will play for the Health Cup, which is supported by Western Health.
Josh Corbett credits his pre-season training with the Tigers for his emphatic start to the Hampden league campaign.
Now, that’s more like the football people expect of the Werribee Tigers.
Reece Homfray of the Advertiser writes of Kyle Hartigan's long journey to becoming one of Adelaide's key defenders, with words from Werribee's Mark Penaluna.
The Tigers have accumulated three wins from as many starts, the latest coming in emphatic style against Footscray at Whitten Oval on Saturday.
Werribee coach John Lamont expects to confront a “red-hot” Footscray in the VFL this weekend.
With another win in the back pocket, WFC gets a look from Star Weekly on our impressive start to the year, with some words from John Lamont.