Season Summary: 1965

  

The writing was on the wall for the Seagulls in 1965, with the club losing a wealth of experienced players which would make the task of challenging the top teams over the following years even more difficult.

 

This was made clearly evident by the poor season that followed, with the club missing the finals for the second time in three years.

 

Williamstown finished the 1965 season in seventh position, with a 7-11 Win/Loss record.

  

 

 

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