Junee are eyeing off a finals berth after adding to their squad.
Diesels president Simon Vanzanten unveiled what could be the first of many faces at the club.
Cootamundra co-coaches Haydn Cowled and Aaron Byrne have made the move over looking to play some football this season.
Bulldogs recruit Andre Iro will join them.
Numbers had already swelled thanks to a group of Fijians heading to town and now Vanzanten hopes the new faces can boost their existing local stocks.
"With the pandemic we weren't sure on numbers but adding these quality guys it can give us a chance of going pretty good in the shortened season," Vanzanten said.
Vanzanten expects Cowled and Byrne can bring some leadership skills to the club after their reign coaching Cootamundra was aborted.
The imposing Iro, who is a son of former New Zealand international Kevin Iro, will add plenty of size to the Diesels pack and with Simione Naiduki still in Fiji, he shapes as an ideal replacement.
"We are still hoping on the borders opening so our big front rower Simi gets back but at the moment adding Iro will help our quality locals Pat Guthrie and Simon Wilson gives us some oomph in the middle," Vanzanten said.
Junee have also brought in former Tumbarumba, Albury and most recently Yanco-Wamoon halfback Kane Hammond.
Alongside captain-coach Trent Schubach, speedster Daniel Foley and Dakota Ruta Vanzanten believes Hammond will give them plenty of options in the spine following the loss of Hayden Diggins.
"We can trial a few different options for our spine, lock position and give us some good quality players to look at," he said.
"Dakota Ruta could be a centre as well depending on how it all fits in."
Junee are also waiting on border changes to allow Papua New Guinea international Thompson Teteh to come across.
They've already lost Fijian recruits Atueta Giuvalu and Bill Rakul due to work commitments while winger Rusiate Kaliseiwaqa also won't be back this season.
Junee start their season with a clash against Young at Laurie Daley Oval on July 19.