Gundagai has swooped on representative winger Jack Lyons.
Lyons only played a couple of games for Southcity last season but the Bulls premiership winner is set to return full-time in 2020.
He makes the switch to join younger brother Mathew at the Tigers next season.
Gundagai secretary Martin Hay is thrilled to have the speedster on board.
"He was keen to come over," Hay said.
"He came over a couple of times to watch Mat play, he liked the place, is a really nice young fella and we're really looking forward to having him around the place."
However it isn't all good news for the club in the wake of James Luff's departure.
Wingers Noa Fotu and Dylan Cole also won't play in 2020 alongside Brock Dunn, who retired after breaking his wrist last season.
There was talk of a mass exodus from the Tigers after they failed to make it through to the grand final for the first time in five years last season, however Hay doesn't expect too much more turnover.
A couple of familiar faces have also signalled their intention to return in 2020 as well.
Matt Henery and Trent Skeers are both expected to be back in the black and gold.
Hay also expects Vinny Brown will return to the field this season, however he's not sure in what capacity.
Derek Hay has also returned to the club as he recovers from a serious ankle injury.
Hay suffered a bad break while playing in Newcastle this year, and his recovery was then delayed by infection, so the Tigers won't be rushing his return.
Hay admitted Luff will be hard to replace but has backed the club's depth going forward.
While Gundagai's first grade side didn't secure their place on grand final day, both the Sullivan Cup and Weissel Cup teams did, and reserve grade came away with the premiership.
"The most exciting part of the club is our juniors that will flow through," he said.
"There are six or seven from our under 19s last season that will be the nucleus of our side for years to come.
"Some of them will come straight into first grade I'd imagine while others might take a year or two to work on their game in reserve grade."