Shaun Driscoll is the latest premiership player to leave Wagga Tigers in the pursuit of higher levels.
Driscoll has become the latest Riverina League young gun to sign with Ovens and Murray League powerhouse Albury Tigers.
Driscoll, who has played 12 matches for Greater Western Sydney's NEAFL side in the past two seasons, is the Albury's fourth under-23 signing in the past month.
The 19-year-old trained with Albury last week with co-coach Tom McGrath excited about the Tigers' new-look side.
"Everyone we have spoken to rates Shaun very highly," McGrath said.
"He's quick, can play back or forward and gives us real pace.
"Last season we lacked height and a bit of outside run and we think we've addressed both those areas with the Conlan brothers, Blake Bray and now Shaun coming on board.
"I certainly think we've addressed out deficiencies."
Driscoll is the fifth player to leave Tigers since their premiership victory in September.
He joins Jackson and Ben Kelly (Central District), Dylan Morton (Glenelg) and Nick Ryan (East Wagga-Kooringal) as players to depart Robertson Oval.
Tigers have welcomed back Shaun Flanigan from Wodonga Bulldogs as assistant coach, alongside Brendy Myers.
Driscoll also follows Griffith young guns Jacob and Lucas Conlan at Albury next season.
Driscoll missed a large chunk of this season with a broken arm and returned on the eve of finals, where he was one of Tigers' best in the grand final win over Griffith.
Driscoll, who Albury believe will help add some pace to their running brigade, leaves with Tigers' best wishes according to coach Troy Maiden.