Noradjuha-Quantong's song got a fair workout in 2019 and it could just be a warning to its opponents on the eve of a new season.
"See the Bombers fly up, up towards the premiership flag."
Noradjuha-Quantong came within inches of that feat in 2019, holding its own against a trailblazing Harrow-Balmoral in the club's first ever grand final appearance.
The Bombers that will look to go one better in 2021 are a different group.
Captain and homegrown star Dustin Cross has left for Kangaroo Island.
Gun midfielder Nathan Byrne is headed back to the Wimmera league with the Horsham Saints.
Then there's the 2020 recruits who have left without playing a game.
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Goalkicking force Jarred Crabtree made the move to Melbourne without lining up for his home club.
The Bombers have been able to balance the losses.
Damian Cameron, Justin Chilver, Tom McGee and Heath Schultz, who all signed on in 2020, have re-committed.
"It's awesome, because it's spread the leadership," Hose said.
"We've got that little bit more experience now. There's more guidance and I would even say the expectations within the group have lifted as well.
"Players are really holding each other accountable."
Joining them are the returning James Gregg and Horsham premiership player Dawson Cross.
Noradjuha-Quantong started pre-season earlier than most, hitting the track when COVID-19 restrictions first began to ease in November.
"That's really just because the players were keen more than anything else," Hose said.
"The demand was there so we ran with it.
"Our pre-season went really well, our numbers were really good.
"Before Christmas it was about guys getting back in shape but it was also about guys catching up.
"It was just an opportunity to get together."
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