Hibberd reaches 50 

Mitch Hibberd will play his 50th VFL match tomorrow against Collingwood.

Originally from Clarence in the Tasmanian State League, Hibberd was taken by North Melbourne with pick 33 in the 2015 AFL National Draft.

Recruited from North Melbourne at the end of 2018, Hibberd had fitted in seamlessly into the Seagulls midfield averaging 25 disposals a game along with six tackles and three clearances having previously played in defence whilst at the Kangaroos.

With his professionalism on and off the field, the 22-year-old has shown great maturity in his shift into the midfield whilst continuing to develop his game alongside the likes of Adam Marcon, Willie Wheeler and Nick Meese.

Congratulations to Mitch on his 50th match.


Latest News

Premiership Magpie joins the Seagulls

The Williamstown Football Club is excited to announce the appointment of Penny Cula-Reid as its new VFLW senior coach for season 2020. 

Read more ...

Golfing for a cause

Book yourself a spot in this year's MND Charity Golf Day co-run by VFL player Nick Mellington. 

Read more ...

Seagulls' community festivities

Williamstown Football Club is proudly supporting three different community events which are fast approaching.

Read more ...

Masters, Williamson take out club's top honours

Leigh Masters and Megan Williamson have earned top honours as the club's best and fairest VFL and VFLW players respectively in 2019. 

Read more ...

Adelaide Crows, Williamstown confirm VFLW alignment

The Adelaide and Williamstown Football clubs have established a partnership which allows the Adelaide AFLW players to continue to be involved in the VFLW competition. 

Read more ...

Latest Videos