After losing his debut at the helm of Holbrook to the cancelled season, Jarrod Hibberson admitted it was a no-brainer to stay on-board.
The A-grade coach has recommitted to the club for 2021.
"It was an easy decision to go back out there," he said.
"It's such a family orientated club and the committee is really great."
Hibberson had been an Ovens and Murray netball umpire before committing to the Brookers at the end of 2019.
The Hume league, like other Border football and netball competitions, was forced to pull the pin last year due to concerns around the COVID-19 pandemic.
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Hibberson said while he found some benefits to a season off, he missed being by the court.
"I did miss it towards the end," he said.
"The nice break at the start was good, but I think when it came to September when finals would usually be happening, I think that's when everyone really started missing it."
Holbrook held two training sessions before Christmas and will start their pre-season next week.
That will then be followed by netball trials in February.
Hibberson is hoping to keep majority of the 2020 group together.
"I think we'll retain most players," he said.
"Most will come back for another round, which is nice."
Holbrook will face reigning premiers Billabong Crows for the first round in April.