2017 Trials announcement

To all intending trialists,

Northern NSW Football have asked all Clubs to pause season 2017 trial registrations until an operational issue is resolved.

Please be advised that trial registrations across each age group at the Weston Workers Bears will recommence shortly and we will notify of any change immediately.

Thank you in advance for your understanding. We look forward to hearing from you and seeing you on the park soon.

Rod Henderson
President | Weston Workers Bears Football Club


The last home game for the Bears this year saw them welcome Adamstown Rosebud to Rockwell Automation Park.

The weather was changing and the Bears were looking for a change in their own fortunes too.

The U19s continued their winning ways with a good 4-2 victory.

The under 22s were dominant in a 4-0 win that keeps their semi final hopes alive.


First grade, in front of the 'Olde Bears' and at home for the last time this year wanted something special.... and delivered.

Off to a flyer the Bears went ahead in the first 3 minutes with a headed goal to Lee Ashton. While creating numerous other chances it remained 1-0 t the break.

The second half saw the floodgates open - in the skies and on the field as the Bears skipped to a 3-0 lead thanks to a Joel Barner brace. Adamstown pulled one back but it was Nathan Morris who headed home from a corner to maintain the 3 goal buffer and see out a 4-1 win and a song to sing!




The Bears youth were back on home soil to face the Edgeworth Eagles.

In great conditions for football the performances our players have come to expect of themselves were well and truly on display, no matter the result. 

Well done everyone, keep up the great work and...

C'mon you Bears!!!

U13 | Weston 2:0 Eagles

U14 | Weston 6:2 Eagles

U15 | Weston 0:1 Eagles

U17 | Weston 1:2 Eagles

2016 raffle

There was most certainly a pot at the end of the rainbow yesterday for Tina Reddon. 

Tina's name was drawn from the barrel at half time to win the Bears major raffle. She now has 2 tickets to Las Vegas and $500 spending money to enjoy. 

Congratulations Tina - we are all so happy for you and couldn't think of a more deserving family.

2016 raffle1

Congratulations also to U13s player Lukas Straker who won the $200 travel voucher for selling 50 tickets or more.

Thank you to everyone for your fantastic support of this fundraiser. We cannot do it without you.

Finally, thanks to the 'forces of nature' - Jacqui Lewsam, Bernadette Henderson & Brooke Cunningham. What can we say but WOW! and thank you for doing such a superb job.

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