Albury netball coach Sarah Moore has admitted she's got some unfinished business with the Tigers.
Moore has put her hand up to coach again next year after Ovens and Murray League clubs had their season quashed by the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Tigers had a recruiting blitz at the end of 2019, picking up former Lavington star Kate Rollings and Brock-Burrum goal shooter Lauren Coelli.
"Starting a season and not finishing it is something that I don't really want to end on," Moore said.
"Especially because we had such a really good group of girls, it made my decision pretty easy in the fact that a lot of them have interest in coming back again next year.
"What we started to build at the beginning of this year is something that I want to still be able to see on court."
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Albury is already thinking ahead to 2021 and are calling on any interested players to join their senior trials next month.
The club will hold tryouts for their senior squad selection on Tuesday, November 24 and Thursday, November 26.
Moore admitted another layer has been added to coaching roles, as teams adapt to the challenges posed by playing and training under restrictions in a COVID world.
"It's different times, so you have to look at the season differently," she said.
"We're still living in an environment where we don't know what's going to happen."