Wodonga Raiders have reappointed A-grade netball coach Jodie House for another season.
House, who took on the role back in 2017, will be joined by fellow coaches Lisa Bradshaw (B-grade), Haley O'Neill (C-grade) and daughter Shaylah (under-17s).
Newcomer Bradshaw is set to work closely with House to develop the A and B squad for next year.
House said she's excited to be joined by the new B-grade mentor, having previously coached her.
"She's got a really level head on her shoulders and she's very smart with her netball," House said.
"Our A and B squad will work very closely together.
"It'll be exciting to see what she brings."
Raiders have established themselves as a young side in the Ovens and Murray netball competition over recent years and look set to continue the trend.
House admitted adjusting to the speed of play in the league was one of the biggest changes for young players ascending the grades.
"I think we'll continue to be young," House said.
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"We had some new faces who obviously had come onboard to have a run this year.
"It seems at this stage that we'll retain majority of that list and are open for any new players that want to come along and have a look."
At the conclusion of the 2019 season the Wodonga club picked up several Culcairn recruits in Georgie Pitson, Meg Smith, Georgia and Lucy Way.
The side just missed out on a finals berth after a last round loss to North Albury.
After spending an unexpected year away from the court due to the COVID-19 pandemic, House said it was an easy decision to commit to the club in a coaching capacity again.
However, she admitted she welcomed the minor break.
"It's a funny position to be in when you don't miss something because you realise how much of your life it absorbs," House said.
"During that time off you get all of your other ducks in line and it gives you that time to move forward to do it again."
Last season House coached all three of her daughters, Shaylah, Mackensey and Blaynee, in the senior side.
Round one of the new season will see Raiders take on Wangaratta in a Friday night game.
The club's netballers will be commencing pre-season training on a Tuesday night, with trials to be held in the new year.
Existing and new players are welcome to attend.
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