Werribee have moved into the top four after defeating the Northern Blues by 29-points in round fifteen of the Peter Jackson VFL season at Visy Park. The loss for the Blues relegated them from the eight and they now face an up-hill battle to regain a spot in it as their topsy-turvy season continues.
The Tigers were inaccurate in front of goal but worked harder around the ground in the cool conditions to win 11.18.84 to the Blues 8.7.55. In an even competition, the clash was critical in the quest for either side to figure deeper into the season.
North Ballarat's dismal record at Avalon Airport Oval in Werribee has continued after another loss there to the Tigers in round thirteen of the Peter Jackson VFL season. A strong wind favouring the Melbourne end of the ground helped Werribee boot seven last quarter goals to overrun the Roosters - 15.16.106 to 12.12.84.
The win sees the Tigers jump into the top four while the Roosters slide out of the top eight down to tenth place. Werribee hasn't been a happy hunting ground for the Roosters having won just twice there in the 18 years they have been in the VFL.