WAHGUNYAH will pin its hopes on youthful exuberance as it attempts to climb off the bottom of the ladder next season.
The Lions have lured several former juniors back to the club from Corowa-Rutherglen as well as adding a couple of recruits from Jerilderie.
Jordon Anthony and Bohdi Beasley have crossed from Jerilderie.
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While Deaken Clancy, Braden McLean and Jake Beveridge return after a stint with the Roos' thirds.
Anthony topped the Demons goalkicking with 38 last season.
Lions co-coach Nathan Parker said the recruits will add some much needed height to the line-up.
"Jordon and Bohdi are both 19 and good mates with Mitch A'Vard who we recruited this season," Parker said.
"Jordon is a 188cm key forward while Bohdi will also provide us with a bit more height as well.
"It's also pleasing to get a few former juniors back to the club that will add depth."