Collingullie-Glenfield Park's chances of pushing back into the Riverina League top five have received a significant boost with the signing of Steve Jolliffe and Jydon Neagle.
Jolliffe will use the cancelled Ovens and Murray League season as an opportunity to again play at his junior club and will bring Neagle with him.
Neagle is considered one of the best players in the Ovens and Murray League and the Demons see him as the perfect replacement for retired spearhead Marc Geppert.
Neagle is a three-time best and fairest winner at Raiders and returned to the club this year after a season with SANFL club Central District.
Collingullie-GP coach Brett Somerville is rapt to welcome the pair on board.
"Obviously Stevie being a junior, it's always great to have him back," Somerville said.
"Stevie and Jydon are pretty good mates and they wanted to play footy together so it was awesome to hear from them both and that they're pretty keen to come and have a game at 'Gullie.
"We'll welcome them with open arms given we've had a bit of unluckyness with our full-forward (Geppert) at the start of the year. Obviously we think that Jydon will go through the forward line a fair bit. From what I hear and what I've seen of him previously, he can play a bit of everywhere but we'll take it as it comes."
Somerville believes both players will be perfect in terms of setting a standard for the relatively young Demons' playing group.
"It's going to be great for these young fellas who we've got up-and-coming to see these more experienced bodies that have played at a higher standard of footy and learn a little bit from them as they watch them do it and hear from them, speak to them during the game," he said.
"It's probably come at a pretty handy time for us in terms of where our players are developing.
"I'm really looking forward to seeing what we can get out of them and obviously I think they're looking forward to one, getting a game and Stevie coming back and playing at the Gullie."
In a further boost for Collingullie-GP, former captain Nick Perryman will return after initially signing at Lavington.
The Demons will also welcome across Chayte Burkinshaw from Lockhart.
In more clearance news, Albury Tigers coach Luke Daly is set to play at Farrer League club The Rock-Yerong Creek on permit, pending his availability with his club's under 18 team.
Brent Rose is also set to join the Magpies.
Adam and Lachie Flagg are set to return home to Northern Jets, who is also set to welcome former Temora captain Tim McAuley.
The Kangaroos themselves will welcome back former captain Charlie Vallance, along with Abe Wooden from Lockhart.
Ganmain-Grong Grong-Matong have signed Wodonga Raiders forward Connor Newnham.
Sam and Nick Murray have also nominated GGGM as their home club at VFL level.
Mangoplah-Cookardinia United-Eastlakes have lodged clearances for former juniors Col Sanbrook and Hunter Lloyd.