Edenhope-Apsley will turn to a familiar face as it aims to better 2019's semi-final heartbreak.
Sarah Domaschenz steps into the coaching role, having shared the duties two seasons ago and initially planning to take a break last year.
"I'm excited to be taking on the coaching role again. We have an amazing group of talented netballers and a fantastic coaching panel who I am looking forward to working with," she said.
"We're aiming to play finals netball again, enjoy each other's company, work as a team and build on our strengths and improve our weaknesses as individuals, as a team and for our club.
Domaschenz said taking on the coaching alone would demand a different approach.
"I'll be looking at the role from a different perspective," she said.
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"We've maintained a lot of players from our previous playing groups and with so many missing netball in 2020 they are showing high levels of enthusiasm and a willingness to progress.
"The group is eager to start playing and players are just enjoying being out building connections again. We have many new coaches which in turns means new ideas and insights into the game, which increases interest.
"Pre-season has been very positive. Many players took part in social netball prior to training starting which saw young and old come together to enjoy each other's company and play the sport we love."
Domaschenz hoped netball's return gave the towns a boost.
"Sporting clubs like ours aim to build stronger, healthier and happier communities," she said. "It is where we invite people to come and create social bonds and encourage unity."
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