Werribee Tigers news

Tigers battle 2010 with a tough start

From the Werribee Star (starnewsgroup.com.au)
Reported by Luke Sheehan
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THE VFL released its 2010 draw recently, and it has provided some blockbuster clashes already for the Werribee Football Club.

The Tigers kick off their campaign away to the Box Hill Hawks, but the highlight early in the draw is Werribee’s first game against the new Gold Coast team, which will be held under lights at Chirnside Park on Anzac Day eve.

Werribee re-signs Atkins

From the Herald-Sun
Reported by Chris Mitchell
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EXCLUSIVE: WERRIBEE has reappointed Simon Atkins as coach, giving him a sixth season at the VFL club. Atkins, whose current contract finished at the end of the season, has been given a one-year contract extension.

The former Western Bulldogs and Fitzroy player delayed contract discussions earlier in the season to get the 2008 preliminary finalist through a form slump.

Don't chop Simon Atkins

From the Herald-Sun
Reported by Chris Mitchell
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WERRIBEE skipper Dominic Gleeson has thrown his support behind Simon Atkins, saying the Tigers coach deserves a sixth season at the VFL club.
Atkins has started contract discussions with Werribee, with his latest two-year contract up for renewal at the end of the season.

Thommo’s day out

From Star Newspapers
Reported by Tim Doutré
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WERRIBEE may have showed good form in the past couple of weeks but on Sunday against VFL rivals Williamstown they were a disappointment.

That was the word from Werribee coach Simon Atkins after his side’s 59-point round 12 thumping at Chirnside Park, 14.12.96 to 24.11.155.

Media No.1 for Nathan Thompson

From the Herald-Sun
Reported by Chris Mitchell
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NATHAN Thompson has defended his decision to put his media work ahead of his football. The Werribee forward, who has also joined the Tigers as forwards coach after 179 games for Hawthorn and North Melbourne, arrived 10 minutes into the first quarter at Williamstown last week after dashing from Richmond, where he was a panellist on Channel 9's Sunday Footy Show.

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