COROWA-Rutherglen has given itself every chance of climbing into the top-five after adding six new players to their senior squad.
Star North Albury shooter Grace Senior has joined the Roos while Jess Bice is returning from Narrandera and former Toni Wilson medallist Beck O'Connell is back after leading Billabong Crows to a premiership.
Defender Jenny Barrett has crossed from Thurgoona and Annie Bell and Brooke Ollington will play after having last season off.
On the debit side, former Corowa-Rutherglen best and fairest Steph Clancy has joined Lavington and Claire Wilson has moved to Wagga with university.
Senior topped the Ovens and Murray's scoring aggregate with 678 goals last season and finished equal second in the shooting percentages behind Albury's Jess Fisher-Curnow.
Bice has been coaching in the Riverina league and will add strength to Corowa-Rutherglen's goal-shooting and mid-court.
O'Connell led Billabong Crows to their first A-grade flag in the Hume league while Barrett has played an important part in Thurgoona's sustained success in the Tallangatta and District league.
Corowa-Rutherglen coach Georgie Bruce said she was pleased with the Roos senior squad.
"The selection was really tough," Bruce said.
"We had to cut 10 players from the senior grades which is always difficult.
"It's a good problem to have, but it's a tough thing to do."
Corowa-Rutherglen finished sixth on the ladder last season after being edged out of fifth spot by eventual grand finalist Albury Tigers.
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Meanwhile, Myrtleford coach Matt Koers is looking forward to returning to the coaching ranks at McNamara Reserve.
The 1997, 2000 and 2003 premiership mentor has committed for the next three years.
"I'm keen to get back into it," Koers said.
"I've been following from a distance.
"The girls have been training hard and we know we have some rebuilding to do.
"We have a three-year plan in place though and we'll chip away at that."
Myrtleford will announce its squads early next week with Koers waiting to hear back from several Melbourne-based players.
"Between now and Monday we will be making a lot of phone calls," he said.
"Hopefully it's in place by next week.
"With players having study and work commitments in Melbourne, they are still working out whether they are playing part-time, full-time or not at all."
Koers started coaching Myrtleford in 1997 and finished up in 2012.
The Saints finished ninth last season with three wins and a draw.
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