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Woofy Brings Up a Ton

Often unsung but never underrated, midfielder Mitch Wooffindin will play his 100th Senior VFL game for Port Melbourne on Sunday against Williamstown.

It’s been an interesting but reasonably swift journey to the milestone for ‘Woofy’.

Originally from Doncaster Heights and recruited from the Borough’s TAC Cup-aligned Oakleigh Chargers, Wooffindin joined the Borough in 2012 and was quick to start making an impression on long-serving coach Gary Ayres.

Despite competing for spots with fellow midfielders of the ilk of club legends John Baird, Toby Pinwill, Chris Cain, Sam Dwyer and Shane Valenti, Wooffindin was able to chalk up 18 games in 2012 as a 19-year-old; and has quite simply gone from strength to strength since then.

“Walking in as a bright-eyed, bushy-tailed 19-year-old to a club which had gone undefeated the previous year introduced me to a successful culture: how they operate, how they lead and how they play consistent Senior VFL football.”

He took a break from VFL football to spend a “fantastic” best-and-fairest winning year at Knox in 2016, but came back with a greater appreciation of the standards required to compete at state level.

“Every year is a long year, and it’s difficult to maintain the high standards I aim for,” he said.

“I’ve got a lot of respect for the blokes who do it week in, week out.”

Wooffindin would go on to complete a fairy tale return to the Borough by slotting the now-famous match-winning goal in the 2017 Grand Final success against Richmond (pictured, above).

That followed a similarly amazing snap on goal by Wooffindin that sealed a Preliminary Final victory – ironically against Williamstown – the previous week.

He said the Grand Final goal in particular was a moment that he’d never forget.

“Going in to the start of the year (2017) we had a strong list, and I lost my way midway through the year and had to persevere in the Development League before coming in for the Semi Final against Footscray,” he said.

“To then put it all together in the Finals Series is something that I’m more proud of (than the winning goal), but occasionally I’ll daydream and see the ball flying through the goals and raising my arms again!”

With the subsequent retirements of Pinwill, Cain, Dwyer and Hugh Sandilands from that Premiership win, Wooffindin now sits as one of the more experienced statesmen on the Borough’s playing list, despite still only being 25 years of age.

“I’m very honoured and it feels fantastic to join such a decorated list of players on 100 games,” he said.

“The club has taught me a great deal about life on and off the field; and we get so much support.

“Be it the faithful who turn up to watch us play every week then stay around to say ‘well done’ after the game, or the behind-the-scenes staff who turn up every other day to get me and the boys ready; it makes my job a lot easier.”

He’s hopeful that there’s still plenty of good seasons of football remaining in him yet too, and has also expressed hopes that his side can once again make an impact as the countdown continues to this year’s Finals Series.

“As a team, I think we’re operating at about 85 per cent efficiency at the moment with two more chances to get it right,” he said.

“The method is more important at this stage than the position we finish, but if we get it right, then we can go all the way again, no doubt”.

The Port Melbourne Football Club would like to congratulate ‘Woofy’ on this outstanding milestone, and wish him all the very best for Sunday’s game.

ARTICLE: Sam Wharton.

Main Image Credit: Darrian Traynor / AFL Media.

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