Coach: Kristie Morley.
Last year: Premiers.
Gains: Beck O'Connell (Corowa-Rutherglen).
Losses: No losses.
Prospects: Have kept their winning formula as they go for three in a row. 2018 premiership coach Beck O'Connell has returned to the side, with Kristie Morley stepping in as the team's third coach in three seasons.
Coach: Emily Seiter.
Last year: 3rd.
Gains: Emily Seiter, Elle Capel (returning), Alison Meani (Lavington), Zara Koschitzke (North Albury), Paige Harper (Albury), Gabrielle Robinson (Murray Magpies).
Losses: Tori Ellis (moving), Lauren Coelli (Albury), Kaitlin Taylor, Mollie Smith (Thurgoona).
Prospects: Vastly different with plenty of player movement. The inclusion of O and M league exports will be welcomed, with Emily Seiter stepping in to take the reins this season. Should be competitive again.
Coach: Jess Thomas.
Last year: 12th
Gains: Brooke Ferwerda, Shelby Richardson (moved up), Kailey Athanitis, Chelsea Smith (Rutherglen), Ainslee Copley (Murray Magpies).
Losses: Sisi Howard, Alyce Hince, Keely Mills, Karina Parr, Georgia Cargill, Chelsea Ferwerda.
Prospects: Battled through last season with one win. A new coach and different line-up could be the fresh approach they need to build their way back up through the competition.
Coach: Nerae Steward
Last year: 7th.
Gains: Taylor Morey, Emily Ayton (Wodonga Saints), Meg Neville (returning), Brigitte Murphy (Wagga), Melissa Wright (Thurgoona), Renae Larkin (Griffith Swans), Rylee Shepard, Samantha O'Connell.
Losses: Georgie Pitson, Georgia and Lucy Way, Meg Smith (Wodonga Raiders), Jodie Ross (Holbrook).
Prospects: While the side has lost several players to the O and M, they've also had a recruiting blitz with eight players joining the senior squad. Just missed out on a finals spot last season.
Coach: Alex Austin and Georgia Luhrs.
Last year: 11th.
Gains: Kelsey Leaver (North Wagga), Abby Austin (Culcairn), Jaclyn Harris, Maddi Deery.
Losses: Imogen Jones, Brieanna Galvin.
Prospects: Looking to build on last season under new co-coaches Austin and Luhrs. Have retained most of the playing group with three new inclusions.
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Coach: Jarrod Hibberson.
Last year: 6th.
Gains: Amy Hudson (Wodonga Raiders), Tegan Keogh (returning), Jodie Ross (Culcairn), Tayla Byrne (Albury), Meg Greenhill (Murray league), Georgia Morgan, Olivia Schuur (under-16s).
Losses: Georgia McConville (moved away), Keira Dawson, Emily Simpson, Charlotte Cleary.
Prospects: Incoming coach Jarrod Hibberson brings O and M experience with several new faces also joining the club. Made finals for the first time since 2016 last season. On the rise.
Coach: Emma Bridle.
Last year: 4th.
Gains: Erin Haberecht, Ebony Hoskin (Lavington), Katie Hewatt (Corryong), Abbey Lieschke (Murray Magpies), Gemma Coburn (Tracy Village Falcons)
Losses: Jaimi Dove (university), Brooke Cannon, Gabby Gibbons (Culcairn).
Prospects: Were unstoppable at the beginning of last season winning 11 game straight. Several changes should see the side with new combinations, with equal best and fairest winner Emma Bridle still at the helm.
Coach: Tegan Vogel and Ian Brockett.
Last year: 2nd.
Gains: Tegan Vogel, Tayla Vogel, Chelsea Burns (North Albury).
Losses: Laura Furst, Bec Britton (Albury), Courtney Gordon, Amy Connors.
Prospects: Last year's grand finalists welcome co-coaches Tegan Vogel and Ian Brockett who replace outgoing coach Courtney Gordon. Vogel arrives with several North Albury recruits in tow.
Coach: Jemima Norbury
Last year: 8th.
Gains: Jemima Norbury (Collingully).
Losses: No losses.
Prospects: Norbury lands with a wealth of netball experience, playing in numerous grand finals with Riverina Netball League club Collingullie. Demons hoping the new coach gives them the edge they need to see finals.
Coach: Kiera Nicholson.
Last year: 10th.
Gains: Dariah Farrington (returning), Paige Hanrahan (West Wyalong), Steph Loga (Albury).
Losses: Jacqui Ewing (injured), Toya Mahuru (New Zealand), Kiera Nicholson (pregnant).
Prospects: Three players step in as three depart. Injury will keep Jacqui Ewing off court, while Kiera Nicholson takes on the coaching role in a non-playing capacity.
Coach: Liza Gooden
Last year: 9th
Gains: No gains.
Losses:Grace Clancy (university), Sophie Howard.
Prospects: Have kept a similar squad to last season with the exception of two. Were a young developing side last year. Liza Gooden steps in as coach this season.
Coach: Jess Kotzur.
Last year: 5th.
Gains: Eleanor Keir (Rovers), Sophie Kohlhagen, Briana Higgins (B-grade), Megan Collier (returned).
Losses: Lisa Tobin (Corowa-Rutherglen), Grace Finn, Sarah Trainer (pregnant).
Prospects: Two-time league best and fairest winner Jess Kotzur moves to the helm. Players from other grades will be given an opportunity, with three departing.