Last year's Hume league netball grand finalists have adopted a two heads are better than one approach heading into next season.
Jindera's new co-coaches Tegan Vogel and Ian Brockett have teamed up to assist the A-grade side as they look to go one better in 2020.
While Brockett held a coaching role within the club last season, Vogel has joined the ranks after jumping across from Ovens and Murray league side North Albury.
Also a former Murray Magpie, Vogel said a family link to the club influenced her decision to become a Bulldog this season.
Vogel is expected to also take to the court in a playing capacity.
"My brother asks me every year about coming to Jindera as he plays there," Vogel said.
"I was after a change and something different, so when this opportunity presented I took it."
Vogel has previously coached Magpies' A-grade and has been a Hume interleague co-coach.
Brockett has over 20 years coaching experience, spending most of his time in Western Australia, as well as a stint in Queensland and two seasons in the O and M.
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The new A-grade coach also has a background in mixed netball, rugby union and soccer.
Brockett admits he's looking forward to combining his knowledge with Vogel's to join forces this season.
"It's the best of both worlds," Brocket said.
"That was apparent from the word go, having two sets of eyes, one on court and one off.
"We're both straight shooters, so communication should be good and honest."
Vogel agreed she's looking forward to getting started with Jindera, with sister and former North Albury A-grade midcourt player Tayla Vogel also jumping on board.
"We're on the same page about what we want out of 2020 and I think having a coach on and off the court will be really beneficial," Vogel said.
"We've been told our numbers are looking good already with a fair few new players.
"My sister Tayla is coming to the club and will be a strong inclusion in the midcourt.
"Across the board at Jindera there are already a good core group of players.
"I think with a few new players in the mix, our aim is to match it with the best."
The pair take the reins from outgoing playing coach Courtney Katalinic, who missed most of the 2019 season with an ankle injury.
The Bulldogs lost the grand final to back-to-back premiers Billabong Crows by four goals in Walbundrie last season, with the Crows also claiming a B-grade flag.
Jindera are set to commence their first netball trial this Thursday, the 9th of January, with three more trials to follow.
With the Hume league having already announced their draw for next season, Vogel will take on her former club Murray Magpies in the first round at her new home ground.