33. Tim Currie
Recruited from: Northern Blues
While admitting himself that 2016 perhaps didn't go as he would have liked, Currie still showed that he has the potential for the next level when he played a standout role in the club's 2016 finals series. Versatile enough to play on a number of different sized forwards, Currie's flexibility is key for the Seagulls when he is firing on all cylinders.
Player Sponsor: Make U Safe
Williamstown will make at least five changes to its side to take on Casey at Casey Fields tomorrow.Read more ...
Williamstown Football Club has announced a five-year partnership with Victoria University, assisting its players with educational opportunities and support, while also providing University students with placement opportunities within the club.Read more ...
Williamstown's development team have moved into fourth spot on the ladder after defeating Werribee by 17 points on Sunday.Read more ...
Williamstown have clinched a home final after defeating Werribee by 71 points in Ben Jolley's 250th game at Burbank Oval today.Read more ...
Williamstown will welcome back a number of key players to the lineup for Sunday's important clash with Werribee at Burbank Oval.Read more ...