LVFNL netball powerhouse Mitiamo will return to a one head coach set-up for the 2019 season.
The Superoos will be led by Kylie Piercy, who was a joint coach alongside Jenny Clohesy in 2018.
The duo led Mitiamo to a third-place finish behind premiers Bridgewater and runners-up Calivil United.
Clohesy, who coached the Superoos to back-to-back grand finals in 2016 and 17, did not seek reappointment, but will remain involved at the club.
With tryouts still be scheduled, Piercy at this point expects the Superoos to field a similar line-up to last seasons unit, which finished as minor premiers, with the likely exception of Georgia Anderson.
Their 2018 flag hopes were likely hampered by a quirk in the draw, which handed the Roos byes in the final two rounds of the season, before a weekend off in the first round of finals.
We were beaten by better sides you cant cry over spilt milk, Piercy said. You cant take that away from the opposition.
Going 25 or so days without playing a full game of netball really took its toll, we just lost that momentum, but we were only a few goals away (in both finals).
Piercy, who previously coached at BFNL club Eaglehawk, was reasonably confident of preserving the clubs status among the A-grade competitions upper-echelon of teams.
The Superoos, who are still looking for a B-grade coach, will be chasing their first A-grade premiership since 2012, but have regularly been around the top-three mark in the years since.
Many of the leagues clubs are on the hunt for new coaches, with Inglewood one of the first to lock in its A-grade coach following the signing earlier this month of Mandy Burrill-Grinton.
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