He's experienced the highs as a player, but the new challenge for Nagus Henry is to do it as a coach.
The experienced Englishman has taken the reins at Wodonga Diamonds this season in his first senior coaching role.
Henry's only prior coaching experience was a stint with Benalla Rovers' reserves in 2015, but he's confident he has what it takes to lead Diamonds back to the AWFA cup finals.
The veteran striker played a key role for Myrtleford in the past three seasons - collecting two league titles and three cups, but he's faced with an even bigger challenge this year.
Henry remains unsure at this stage whether or not he'll be a playing coach.
"It's going well, we've lost a couple, but we've recruited a couple of players and we're waiting for a couple of imports to come in as well," Henry said.
"I wanted a new challenge as my playing career is coming to an end.
"I spoke to a couple of boys from Diamonds and they said they were after a coach and were keen for me to get the job.
"I didn't think I was going to get it, but everything came through and I got the job."
Henry hopes he can take some of the success he experienced at Myrtleford as a player in the past three seasons into his coaching career at Diamonds.
"Hopefully we can play better because Diamonds haven't been in the top-eight for three seasons," he said.
"They want the players to have that hunger back and the committee thought I could do that.
"With players we've got coming in, we're going to be a shock for a couple of teams."
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Henry's first season in the AWFA was with Diamonds in 2013 and they captured the league and cup double.
He had a brief stint at Cobram Victory in 2014 before he came back to Diamonds and had his season cut short by a knee injury.
Henry took up the coaching offer at Benalla in 2015, before spending the 2016, 2017 and 2018 campaigns at Myrtleford.
Tory Wallace has also returned to Diamonds after playing Australian rules football last season.
Diamonds had their first pre-season hit-out last weekend and grabbed a 1-0 win against Wodonga Heart.
They head to Wagga to take on Tolland on Sunday and face St Pats the following weekend.
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