Season Summary: 1966

  

Still with a largely inexperienced team on the park, the Seagulls set about to improve on their result in 1965 where they missed the finals.

 

Unfortunately, despite an improved win-loss record at 9-9, Williamstown finished in sixth place which meant another finals series missed for the club.

 

It wasn't all bad news for the Seagulls however, with the reserves team clinching the premiership over Sandringham by 23 points.

  

 

 

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