Photos from Simonds Stadium thanks to Arj Giese Photography
Photos thanks to Arj Giese Photography Arj Online
Awful game but some great shots from Arj Giese Photography.
Pictures courtesy of Arj Giese Photography Arj Online
Phots courtesy of Arg Giese Photography Arj Online.
What a win. Great photos thanks to Arj On Line Arj Giese Photography.
Photos thanks to Dave Savell.
Photos courtesy of Arj Online Arge Giese photography.
Thanks to Arje Giese Photography Arj Online for the shots.
Arj On line has done it again.
photos courtesy of Arje Giese Photography
Pics of the boys training hard by Arje Giese Photography
photos thanks to Arj Giese Photography
Photos courtesy of Mark Gadsden Dancesportphoto.net
pics thanks to Dave Savell
photos thanks to Dave Savell
pics by Mark Gadsen
pics thanks to Dave Savell
Pics courtesy of Arj Images Online
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The Premier of Victoria Ted Baillieu paid a visit to Avalon Airport Oval to witness a memorable Tigers victory.
match day photos thanks to David McCallum
David McCallum has captured some great action shots from the Tigers big win over the Bullants in Round 8, 2011.
The Tigers went down to North Ballarat under lights at Avalon Airport Oval. Photos include the pre match President's Dinner and the game.
The Tigers season launch was held at the Wyndham Cultural Centre where the 2011 playing list was introduced along with the coaching staff in front of family and supporters.
Intra club @ North Ballarat
The Werribee players and coaches were part of the 2011 Weerama Street parade.
The club is building a house for auction.
Prime Minister Gillard has been a familar face at Avalon Airport Oval for a number of years in her role as Club Patron. The Club looks forward to that continuing into the future.
The Seagulls took the points and the John Pyne Memorial Cup with a win over the Tigers at Avalon Airport Oval.
It was a draw, who would have picked that?
Tigers Junior Development Officer Chris Gallagher is out and about in the Wyndham Community taking to schools and with Council ran a multicultural day at Avalon Airport Oval.
After 12 years at the club as a player, reserves coach and senior coach Simon Atkins will finish this weekend when the Tigers take on Casey Scorpions. Simon has done a great job and will be greatly missed.
The last home and away game for 2010 saw the Tigers lose and the end to the careersof Simon Atkins & Teghan Henderson.
Werribee hosted the Dolphins at Avalon Airport Oval. Robbie Castello played his 100th VFL game in a very good victory for the Tigers.
The Tigers had a great victory in both Seniors & Reserves and kept the Ron Hepburn Shield at Avalon Airport Oval.
WFC Junior Development officer Robbie Castello and some of the Werribee players conducted an Active After School program at Chirnside Park on May 15th
The North Melbourne Kangaroo players have been busy visiting local clubs like Hoppers Crossing.
Under the lights at Avalon Airport Oval the Tigers took on the Pies but despite a big crowd it was not a great nightfor the home team going down 11.8. 74 to Collingwood 19.19. 133
Tigers win and a good day in the President's Lunch
Some photos taken of Werribee Football Club Legend Len "Tiger" Ryan who passed away 24/12/2009.
The Tigers are always involved in the City of Wyndham at events and visiting schools. TYhese are some pictures of the visits co-ordinated by Robbie Castello our Junior Development Officer
It is the night to dress up and let your hair down and the Tigers did just that at this years Annual Ball at Bayview Eden on Queens Road.
It was a very big day at Chirnside Park last Sunday with a lot happening in the President’s Lunch including guest speakers Russell Mark, Merv Hughes, Brooke Addamo and Simon Atkins. Club historians John & Julie McCarthy unveiled the new goalkicking honour board and former Williamstown star Ian Rickman won the business card raffle, his prize a Werribee Football Club hoodie. It was past players day and it was against Williamstown.
Some photos from the President's Lunch May 24th v Bullants.
various photos from the 2009 Trivia Night May 1st @ WFC.
The Cricketers proved too good again but despite the rain it was good fun.
What a great win by the Tigers in front of a very good crowd of about 3000 people. The President's Room was chockers with over 250 in the Dinner. Congrats to the all who contributed on and off the field to a great night.
Werribee Tigers held its first poker night at Chirnside Park. The winner on the night of the fantastic Harvey Norman plasma was first year player Darren Haby. He played his first game last Saturday and his luck keeps going.
The function Centre at the Werribee Racing Club was the venue for the 2009 Best and Fairest award night. Michael Barlow won the Bruce Montgomery Trophy.
Under the guidance of Robbie Castello, Werribee Junior Development Officer, some of the WRFL's Under 18's are in the Dale Morris squad. They will train at Chirnside Park and be given help to reach the next level.
Werribee staff, players and supporters took advantage of a special VIP night at Harvey Norman Hoppers Crossing. Thanks to Simon and his very friendly staff for looking after us.
The Werribee players were joined by over a dozen North Melbourne players to host about 100 kids in a nab Auskick clinic at Chirnside Park.
The Tigers hosted the Collingwood VFL side and ran out victors by 17 points to return to the winning list.
Photos from the Ladies Day luncheon and the thriller against the Borough (game photos thanks to Mel Hardiman a footy fan)
2010 Jumper Presentation held at the Regent 10 at Werribee Plaza.
Keith Bedford took some sensational pictures from the Williamstown Crane Hire cherry picker on Saturday night.
photos from the history making win Round 2 2009 @ Chirnside Park
The Tigers joined the parade for this years Weerama Festival March 29th
the 2009 playing group and coaches
What a great milestone 100 games and Life Membership to the Werribee football Club Congratulations Robbie. Some photos courtesy of the Werribee Banner and Star News Group.
The WFC invited all Life members to attend the President's Lunch and to watch the Tigers take on Sandringham. Unfortunately the boys went down by 30 points.