Premiership-winning coach John Delahunty will lead the Burras' charge for back-to-back flags in 2020.
Minyip-Murtoa has retained its coaching group for next season, with one big inclusion.
Delahunty will remain as head coach, with Dan Smith and Tim Mackenzie returning as assistant coaches.
Star forward Jae McGrath will also step up, into an assistant coach's role.
Delahunty said he was more than happy to sign on again.
"I'm really looking forward to it again. I had talked about it (re-signing) for a while, but I didn't want to distract from the grand final effort," he said.
Smith will again assist from the sideline, while Mackenzie - who returned home to the Burras this season from SANFL club Glenelg - will no doubt be a mainstay in the lineup.
Jae McGrath's inclusion in the coaching group is a nod to the promise the Burras see in the talismanic forward.
McGrath won the club's best and fairest award this season, alongside Brad Inglis.
"He's had a really good year, and he's one of the guys in our group we think can step up and take on a more senior role," Delahunty said.
Delahunty said building a sense of enjoyment around the club was an important focus when he took on the coaching role.
"In terms of our playing list, we still need to get through all our players, but it's fair to say everyone enjoyed their football this year. I wanted to make that the case and I can't imagine we'll have too many hassles keeping everyone for next year," he said.
"It was a primary focus. You spend so much time at a football netball club; you want to make sure that you're enjoying that as much as you can.
"I think we hit that mark with 100 per cent, and for the majority of the year, and that will be the case next year."
Delahunty said he had relished his first season at the helm.
"I have (enjoyed it) more than I thought I would. Obviously going through the season undefeated, and being surrounded by good people it's pretty easy to do so," he said.
"Now till the end of the year, I'll just catch up the players and have few coffees, not just to meet new people, but to celebrate what was a really good year."
Minyip-Murtoa president Scott Arnold said the club was thrilled to lock down the coaching group for next season.
"We're really excited with the re-appointment of that group," he said. "John's had a great year, but as a coach, it's all about the coaching group you have, and we think we've got a really strong one."
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