Werribee Tigers news

Burnie learns from hiding

From The Mercury
Reported by Brett Stubbs
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DESPITE a 22-goal thrashing at the hands of Werribee, Burnie coach Brent Plant predicts the TSL can compete with the VFL in the state game on May 26.

The Dockers, last year's TSL runners-up and undefeated this season, were beaten by 133 points in Saturday's Foxtel Cup by the VFL Tigers at Etihad Stadium.

Many predict a similar outcome when the TSL hosts the VFL at Bellerive Oval.

From Wyndham Leader
Reported by Luke D'Anello
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WERRIBEEÂ’S search for a new coach is entering its climax, with Paul SatterleyÂ’s successor set to be unveiled by the end of this week.

Tigers general manager Mark Penaluna said the Victorian Football League club was in the process of conducting final interviews with the four remaining candidates.

Werribee Tigers win after a fright

From the Wyndham Weekly
Reported by Lance Jenkinson
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THE bookmakers were spot on, eventually. The Werribee Tigers were, in fact, a sure bet in week one of the Victorian Football League finals.

The short-priced favourite Tigers overcame a player-drained Box Hill Hawks to win the elimination final by 26 points at Avalon Airport Oval on Saturday.

No reports from all-in brawl

From Wyndham Leader
Reported by Sam Landsberger
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ABOUT 40 Werribee and Casey Scorpions players escaped punishment after a fiery all-in brawl in the last quarter of Saturday's Victorian Football League match at Avalon Airport Oval, Chirnside Park.

The VFL confirmed to Leader no reports would be dished out from the match.

Travis Tuck to revive career in VFL

From localfooty.com.au
Reported by Sam Landsberger
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FORMER Hawthorn midfielder Travis Tuck will try to relaunch his AFL career at VFL club Werribee.

The discarded 23-year-old signed with the North Melbourne-affiliated Tigers this morning but must sit out the first two months of the season after he became the first player suspended for recording three strikes under the AFL’s illicit drugs policy.

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