The Yenda Blueheelers are under new management heading into the 2020 Group 20 season with Lance Poka and Tama Miratana.
Yenda president Sam Panarello said there wouldn't be too many changes to the first-grade side.
"The seniors' squad haven't too many loses but some handy gains in Isaiah Potts back after a grand final with the Griffith Swans," he said.
"Basically we have again invested in our juniors, and as they mature in seniors, the rewards aren't too far away."
The Blueheelers were set to play a trial game against Junee this week, but after the rain delayed vintage work last weekend, they have had to pull out of the match due to player unavailability.
"As our players mostly come from wineries it knocked the squad about so we have had to pull out," he said.
"Now we aim for next week's knockout where this year is a full knockout style. Winners keep moving forward into the draw, and losers can take to the showers."
The Blueheelers play the first game of the knockout at Wade Park where they will take on the Black and Whites.
Tevita Mahe will lead the reserve grade side once again while Eliza Baddock will be in charge of a very young League Tag team.
"With union going from 7/s last year to 10/s comp, this has hurt our tag numbers," he said.
"Tackle footy has really taken a hold, and many girls now prefer this format. Next season we hope to introduce a tackle comp in Group 20."
Ex-NRL player Nigel Plum will remain in charge of the under 18s with premiership-winning under 16s coach Steve Serafin coming on board as an assistant who will be looking to defend their title after a successful season last year.
The under 16s side will be coached by Luke Farmer and Dean Piva with Panarello saying numbers have been excellent across the board and he hasn't ruled out trying to tempt Farmer into playing in the senior side.
"Hopefully we can interest Luke in playing seniors has his experience would be invaluable," he said.
The Yenda side will get their Group 20 season underway with a road trip to West Wyalong on April 5.