Pickess, Young come in for Port Melbourne clash

Williamstown has announced at least two changes to its side to take on Port Melbourne this Saturday at North Port Oval. 

Josh Pickess will make his return from injury, while Lane Buckwell, Daylan Kempster, Tom Schnerring and Liam Carter have all been added to the squad.

New signing Tyson Young will make his debut as the 23rd man.

Willie Wheeler and Fletcher Carroll have gone out of the side.  

Williamstown will be looking to make it three straight wins as they take on their bitter rivals Port Melbourne will be looking to bounce back after a loss to Sandringham last weekend. 

The match will be played at North Port Oval at 2:00PM.

 

Saturday's Squad. 


FB Jake Grieser Jordan Jones Joel Tippett
CHB Billy Myers Jack Charleston Brayden Monk
C Jack Dorgan Brett Bewley Ben Jolley
HF Lachlan George  Lachlan Schutlz  Nick Rodda
FF Sam Dunell Leigh Masters Jason Pongracic
R Nick Meese Michael Gibbons Ben Cavarra
INT Lane Buckwell Josh Pickess Nick Ebinger
INT Adam Marcon Tom Schnerring Liam Carter
INT Peter Faulks Daylan Kempster  23rd: Tyson Young


 

   

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