Season Summary: 1994

 

With the future of the VFA very much in doubt, Williamstown went into 1994 with Mark Cross, a tough former rover from the 1970's, as coach and Tony Pastore as captain. Among the recruits was former North Melbourne player Mark Arceri, whose father Tony had been the 'Town president in 1975.

After losing the opening three games, the Seagulls improved to the extent that they won eight of the 18 games for the year to finish in eighth place. Troy Mitchell took out his third best and fairest award and Phil O'Keefe lead the goal-kicking at the club with a total of just 24 goals. 

 

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