Season Summary: 1984

  

While Wheeler did not lead Williamstown to the promised land in his first season in 1984 he did succeed in improving the Seagulls' on-field performances markedly. Ten wins lifted the Club to seventh place on the 12-team ladder, effectively two wins away from a finals spot. Fotheringham again headed the VFA goalkicking, this time with 114, while Kershaw and Sait were equal second in the Liston Trophy. Grant Doll won the Gillon Medal for best and fairest player in the VFA thirds.

  

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