Wodonga Bulldogs have announced Sally Anthony as the club's A-grade netball coach for the 2020 season.
It will mark somewhat of a homecoming for Anthony who played in two Bulldogs' premierships in 2002 and 2004.
The newly appointed coach also steered the club's B-grade side to a premiership in 2005.
Anthony has also spent some time at the helm of Tallangatta and District Netball Association side Kiewa-Sandy Creek for a number of years and led numerous junior representative teams.
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On top of the A-grade role, Anthony will also help to develop the club's younger players as coach of the under-16's.
The returning coach takes the reins from departing A-grade coach Shae Cunningham.
This season's wooden spooners will be looking to climb back through the ranks next year after only claiming one win this season.
The victory came in round nine of the Ovens and Murray season, defeating Wangaratta Rovers by two goals at W.J Findlay Oval.
It marked the Wodonga A-grade side's fifth win in three seasons.
The Bulldogs are the second club to announce a new A-grade coach this week, with Wangaratta Rovers securing the guidance of former Wodonga Raiders coach Jo Cresswell.
The Bulldogs also announced Bianca Mann as their new B-grade coach for next season.