It should come as no surprise that Myrtleford has reappointed Tina Way as the club's A-grade netball coach for next season.
Way led the Saints to a top five finish and was named coach of the Ovens and Murray's inaugural Team of the Year in her return to the league.
She admitted it was an easy decision to remain at the helm.
"After the way 2021 finished, I was totally on board for 2022," she said.
"I was thrilled to be named coach of the team of the year.
"To be acknowledged in that regard by my fellow coaches in a really great league is wonderful."
Long-time Saint Rebecca Piazza took out the club's A-grade best and fairest award this season and was followed by midcourt player Saige Broz.
Way praised both players for their efforts on court.
"Rebecca's a Toni Wilson Medallist and a wonderful player, she's been playing Ovens and Murray netball for a long time now," she said.
"It was wonderful to see her do well in the league count too.
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"Saige was also excellent playing part of the season pregnant."
Myrtleford will conduct pre-season fitness sessions in the lead up to Christmas before hosting trials in the new year.
Way has high hopes for the Saints when the competition starts again.
"We're all keen to give it another go next year," she said.
"There's a few people indicating they want to come down to the Saints for a trial, so I'm looking forward to seeing some new faces."
Tayla Cartwright claimed the B-grade award from Sally Botter, while Bronte Burgess edged out Alesha Smith to claim the club's C-grade best and fairest honours.
Evie Hughes was the winner in the under-17s, followed by Alex Muraca.
Way will also lead Myrtleford's B-grade side alongside Jaclyn Piazza next season, while Zoe Pitts has been named at the helm of the C-grade team.
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