Long-time North Albury A-grade coach Fiona Boyer will remain at the Hoppers' helm for another year.
Chloe Senior had been promoted to work alongside Boyer last season, but due to the COVID-19 pandemic, has stepped down without coaching a game.
Boyer will also help develop the club's under-17s alongside Maddy Van Emmerik.
After playing under Boyer for the last 10 years, 23-year-old Van Emmerik said she sees the experienced coach as a mentor.
"Everyone loves her and she's just got such a different insight," Van Emmerik said.
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"It's been really good from a players perspective, but also from a coaching perspective, to see how she sees things.
"We bounce off each other and I've learnt a lot from her already."
North Albury are well into preseason training and have retained around 50 per cent of the playing group from last season.
"We've had a few that have really enjoyed the time off," Van Emmerik said.
"We've also get a few that stepped away and are keen to come back."
Two-time Toni Wilson Medallist Emily Browne is among the players who have returned to the club.
Alana Wilson will lead B-grade, while Bre Heagney will assist Jodie Pattison in C-grade.
Pattison has previous experience as an Ovens and Murray netball umpire.
"We're excited to have a well known umpire to give us a bit of coaching insight," Van Emmerik said.
North Albury takes on Myrtleford in the first round.