Reigning BFNL Michelsen Medal winner Jack Geary will captain the BFNL for this year's inter-league campaign.
The Golden Square star first captained the BFNL at inter-league level in 2014 at the age of 22 and has held the position every year, except for 2017 when he was injured.
A five-time premiership player with the Bulldogs, Geary has also captained Victoria Country at state level.
The BFNL hosts the Outer East FNL at the QEO on May 18.
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Geary will be joined in the leadership group by vice-captains Adam Baird (Golden Square) and Andrew Collins (Sandhurst).
Four-time BFNL premiership player Baird and former Richmond and Carlton midfielder Collins represented Victoria Country with Geary in 2018.
Baird won the Derrick Filo Medal for the BFNL's best player in last year's loss to Hampden, while he was named best on ground in his first game for Victoria Country.
Collins won the 2017 Derrick Filo Medal in the BFNL's loss to Ballarat at the QEO.
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Meanwhile, Sandhurst's Lachy Baker, South Bendigo's Will Allen and Kangaroo Flat's Mitch Rovers have been selected in the BFNL under-18 inter-league leadership group.
"The announcement of all members of our leadership groups continue to build an impressive and formidable unit that will be determined to achieve success in 2019,''' BFNL manager Cameron Tomlins said.
"Not only are these players incredibly talented who will be key members to build our selected sides around, but their willingness to recommit to representative football is exciting for the league and provides us a great opportunity to field the strongest teams possible.
"The momentum for our 2019 campaign continues to grow."
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