Mangoplah-Cookardinia United-Eastlakes have re-signed Jeremy Rowe as senior coach for a second year.
The re-signing of Rowe was announced at the club's presentation night on Saturday.
MCUE also announced that premiership-winning A grade netball coach Marie Campbell has accepted the job again for next year.
Rowe took the Goannas to the second week of finals in his first year as MCUE coach and outgoing president Graeme Killalea was thrilled to have him stay in the job for next season.
"I'm very happy to say that Jeremy will be our coach again next year," Killalea said.
"We couldn't be happier to have him coaching for another year. It worked out well for both sides and we're extremely happy.
"His experience from the SANFL, country footy in South Australia and the ACT, to bring that to us was really valuable."
MCUE started the year slowly but got going midway through the season to hit finals full of momentum. They beat Ganmain-Grong Grong-Matong in the elimination final before being knocked out by eventual premiers Wagga Tigers the following week.
Killalea is confident the club is going in the right direction.
"We think we definitely are. We recruited well last year. We sat down and worked out what areas we needed to cover and we covered them pretty well," he said.
Killalea will step down as president after two years at the club's annual general meeting later in the month.