Gulls Coterie March Newsletter 2018
2018 Membership – Stand With Us
The landscape of the VFL seems to be constantly under review and regularly changing. In 2018 we welcome Werribee’s return to being a “stand alone” club and Frankston’s inclusion back into to the VFL.
With the Mighty Seagulls there are just four other “stand alone” clubs in the 14-team competition, Werribee and Frankston with Port Melbourne and Coburg.
There are a range of measures used by the VFL/AFL to assess the strength and viability of the “stand alone” clubs and a most significant one is membership base.
Membership is a critical stream of financial income to the footy club and the raw numbers give a strong indication as to our community base support.
Membership costs for 2018 for the Gulls will be the same as last year with a single membership being $199.00 and a double being $299.00. Don’t forget the new benefits for 2018 including the exclusive “Seagulls Savers”. Full benefits are listed on our website.
Our thanks to the following Gulls members for your support going into this 2018 season: .
Geoff Van Wyngaarden
Karen Van Wyngaarden
A small committee has been established and will be meeting for the first time this month.
The plan is to schedule our activities for the year including fundraising that we will do to support the Club.
I will provide more information in our next newsletter!
Saturday, 10th March
Deakin University, Warun Ponds
Saturday March 17th
Saturday, March 24th
Trevor Barker Oval
Williamstown Football Club held a coaches night at Williamstown on Monday night.Read more ...
Williamstown bring back a host of big names for pre-season clash.Read more ...
Williamstown Football Club are pleased to announce Jacinta Reid as our newest player signing.Read more ...
Williamstown Football Club held its annual Volunteer Appreciation Night at Williamstown last night.Read more ...
Saturday night Williamstown hosted their annual season launch.Read more ...