The cancellation of the 2020 season hasn't stopped transfer activity, with two of Ararat's best confirming their departures for the Ballarat Football League.
Brothers Harry and Jack Ganley have signed with reigning premier East Point for the 2021 season.
It appeared the pair would spend the year overseas, before the COVID-19 pandemic scuppered their travel plans and left the door open for another season with the Rats.
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Jack Ganley forged a decorated career with the Rats, winning three successive club best-and-fairests from 2015-2017 and leaves as the club's leading goalkicker for the past decade.
Harry Ganley is no stranger to the Ballarat sporting scene, having spent the past four seasons with the East Ballarat Cricket Club as a top-order batsman.
The brothers will join fellow Wimmera Football League exports Jake McQueen and Lucas Dahlenburg at East Point next season.
McQueen and Dahlenburg, originally from Nhill, played key roles in East Point's 2019 premiership win.
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