RIVERINA League reigning premier Collingullie-Glenfield Park (CGP) hopes to still add to their squad before their premiership defence gets underway in April.
The Demons enjoyed their first Riverina League premiership last September and have managed to maintain a strong list for its 2015 campaign.
The return of James Morris, Will Haines and Ryan Dean from Culcairn, along with the addition of Tim Haines and Isaac Rutland, has new coaching duo Brett Lenon and Chris Gordon happy with their squad.
The off-season has not been without losses with Josh Meiselbach, Chris Gow, Matt Lewington, Brenton Loudon, Mitch Castles and Jack Egan all moving on or retiring.
CGP are still in negotiations with a couple of prospective recruits, including a accomplished midfielder from outside the competition.
Lenon hopes the Demons can add to their group ahead of the round one grand final rematch against Mangoplah-Cookardinia United-Eastlakes.
"There is still a couple up in the air," Lenon said.
"Hopefully we can still get another one."
CGP was one club to commit to the Super 15s knockout that was scheduled for next month before being cancelled.
It has not left the Demons in too much trouble with three trial games organised, including two against local opposition in Lockhart and Northern Jets.
The playing group will also hold its pre-season camp on the Murrumbidgee River this weekend.
"Numbers have been good, we've been starting to get 35 to 40 and we're expecting 40-45 this week," Lenon said.
"We've got our training camp this week where we will do some gut busting and then a bit of a bonding session.
"Things have been pretty good."
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