Seagulls close to full strength as training ramps up

 

 

With the club's first practice match just under five weeks away, the Seagulls are enjoying having almost a full-list taking part in full training in February.

 

Dashing midfielder Jack Dorgan has been a sight for sore eyes on the training track as he aims to come back from a third ACL injury, while finals hero Ben Bese is recovering well from the broken collarbone he suffered in last September's preliminary final against Essendon.

 

Young midfielder Anthony Giuliano is the only Seagull who is not participating in full training as he recovers from an ACL injury suffered late last season.

 

Williamstown's first practice match takes place on Saturday, March 12 when they travel to Casey Fields to face the Scorpions. This will then be followed up by games against Frankston away and then Sandringham at Burbank Oval to lead them into their Round 1 clash with Richmond.

 

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