JASON Stevens has been appointed the new senior coach of BFNL club Kangaroo Flat.
Stevens, who was an assistant coach to Tyrone Downie at the Roos this year, was previously senior coach of HDFL club White Hills.
Star midfielder Mitch Hough has been appointed as assistant coach to Stevens.
Troy Cravino will coach the reserves and Ben Dyett retains his role as under-18 coach.
‘’We see this appointment as the start of our revival in the Bendigo league and Jason will bring improved performances through hard work ethic from the playing group and he has been busy on the recruiting trail in recent weeks,'' Kangaroo Flat president Rob Clohesy said.
Stevens said he is proud to take charge of the Roos as the club prepares for its 150th anniversary celebrations.
‘’We are approaching 2014 season with plenty of gusto and we aim to have some quality people jump on board for this exciting journey,'' he said.
"We will celebrate our history and focus on our future.
"We want to improve and we plan to do it in a sustainable way with a new coaching panel and a committee that is prepared to work hard for success.
"We will start training on Wednesday, November 13 at 6pm at Dower Park and we welcome any new recruits who want to be part of our 150th celebrations.’’