Seagulls support Williamstown Open Water Challenge

  

Williamstown Football Club were proud to be a part of Sunday morning's Williamstown Open Water Challenge, hosted by the Williamstown Swimming & Life-Saving Club.

 

For the third year in a row the Seagulls had a presence at the annual event, with a marquee selling 2018 members and merchandise, a handball target and ever-popular mascot Speccie delighting the crowds in attendance.

 

Mascot 'Speccie' was only too happy to entertain the masses as they walked along Williamstown Beach, delighting kids and adults alike and inviting them to take part in a handball competition.

 

 

After working so hard Speccie was in need of a massage.

 

 

Speccie also met up with one of his best friends in Santa as the brought cheer to all kids in attendance. 

 

 

  

The club is very proud to be a part of this annual event, as it continues to support the Williamstown Swimming and Life Saving Club into the future.

 

 

 

 

 

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