Noradjuha-Quantong have secured the services of several high-profile Wimmera footballers ahead of the 2020 Horsham District football league season.
The 2019 grand finalists have added former Wimmera Football League Toohey medallist Justin Chilver, former Minyip-Murtoa coach Damian Cameron and Tom Magee, a three-time premiership player with Kalkee and Dimboola.
The Bombers have also announced new A and B Grade netball coaches, with Fiona Rowe to coach both grades with Megan Byrne as an assistant coach.
Chilver will take on an assistant coaching role with the senior football side.
The 2013 Toohey medallist said he was hoping to pass on some valuable experience to the Bombers' young playing group.
Chilver said he was particularly interested in working with the Bombers' star ruckman Jack Vague.
"The role of an assistant coach is pretty exciting. I've had a few coaching roles over the time, and I'm excited to get back into it," Chilver said.
"They've got a pretty young group which is exciting, and they've got a good young ruckman there that I can hopefully give a bit of knowledge to. I've played a lot of my career in the ruck, so working with Vaguey (Jack Vague) will be pretty exciting."
Chilver will likely have no trouble in terms of his fitness, having set himself the goal of running 610 kilometres this year to help raise money for charity.
Damian Cameron said he was looking forward to a new start at Noradjuha-Quantong, after an injury-affected 2019 season with Donald in the North Central Football League.
Cameron offers a host of football experience with 11 grand final appearances across several teams, most recently as playing-coach at Minyip-Murtoa in 2017.
"I'm no football genius or anything, but I've been around, played a lot of games and played at some successful teams, so hopefully I can play my part in helping the young guys out," Cameron said.
After Noradjuha-Quantong took the league by surprise and stormed to a grand final in 2019, Cameron was hopeful of another positive season.
"Hopefully the young guys can keep that hunger and want to go that next step further," he said.
"They surprised a lot of people this year, so hopefully we can come out of the blocks again next year and keep that momentum."
They surprised a lot of people this year, so hopefully we can come out of the blocks again next year and keep that momentum.Damian Cameron
Fiona Rowe and Megan Byrne will take charge of Noradjuha-Quantong's A and B Grade netball sides.
A former long-time player at Noradjuha-Quantong, Rowe said she was looking forward to the challenge of a senior coaching role.
"I coached a lot of juniors before having a family, and then with our children I had to take a bit of a break," Rowe said.
"I came back and coached NetSetGO last year and took a couple of senior training sessions. It now just feels like it is the right time to get back into it.
"It's a great family environment and coming back last year made us realise how great it is to be a part of. I'm really looking forward to it."
Rowe was hopeful the side could have a strong A Grade season after missing finals the last two years.
Rowe knows what it takes to be successful, having won a premiership with Noradjuha-Quantong in 2012.
"It will take a lot of hard work, and it's not going to come easy," she said.
"I'm not stepping into a job where you can just go and win it all. I definitely think it could happen, but it takes a lot of hard work to win a premiership."
The 2012 Horsham District netball league best and fairest however said she wouldn't be tempted to return to the court as a player.
"My time is done - I'll leave that to the younger girls," she said.
Meanwhile, Byrne was hopeful of returning to the court after a season away to have a child.
Rowe said she was looking forward to working alongside Byrne.
"I'm definitely super excited to have her working with me, and hopefully she can get back out onto the court as well," she said.
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