Fun times had at Williamstown North Primary School Fete

 

Williamstown Football Club had a great day out in the beautiful sunshine at yesterday's Williamstown North Primary School Fete.

 

With huge crowds gathering on the Williamstown North Primary school grounds, the Seagulls put on a great show for the young and young at heart, with a handball target being run by player Christian Buykx-Smith proving to be a popular attraction, right next to the set of goalposts that the club donated to the school in 2015.

 

Seagulls Mascot 'Speccie' was as popular as ever, delighting kids with plenty of high-fives, hugs and games while CEO Jason Reddick and staff were also on hand to assist and engage with the masses in what was a highly successful community event.

 

The Williamstown Football Club was proud to be a part of the important fundraiser, as it continues to strengthen its connection with Williamstown North Primary School and other schools and community groups in the Hobsons Bay area.

 

 

 

 

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