Around the grounds in Wyndham



Werribee City has been busy in the Victorian Premier League 2 transfer window. The Bees announced seven new signings for the rest of the season. Marko Radovanovic, Tommy Semmy, Adrian De Petro, Chante Mayol, Chris Davies and Dragos Mamaliga have joined the club as it seeks to avoid relegation.


Dante Exum is off to the Olympics but Dejan Vasiljevic and Maddy Rocci have missed out as the Australian basketball teams were named on Sunday. Exum was named in the Boomers team for a second straight Olympics, while Vasiljevic missed out of the team after being in the final 17. Rocci, who played in all the lead up tournaments for the Opals, missed out despite several strong performances with seven WNBA players coming into the team.


Hoppers Crossing is still without a win after another loss on Saturday in the FV state league 2 north-west competition. The Reds faced Westvale Olympic, going down 1-0. The Reds remain on the bottom of the ladder. In state league 3 north-west, Point Cook Jets beat Bundoora United, their first win of the season. In state league 4 west, Truganina Hornets lost to Moonee Ponds United, 3-1, while West Point suffered a 5-2 loss to Balmoral. In state league 5 west, Wyndham lost to Bendigo City, 4-0 and Tarneit United lost to ETA Buffalo Club of Victorian, 3-2.

Big V

Wyndham suffered a rare loss in the Big V men’s championship on Saturday night. The Keysborough Cougars put out a strong four quarter performance, taking a lead and able to build on it, on the way to a 102-84 win. Troyce Manassa top scored for Wyndham with 21 points. Wyndham remains on top.