THE final piece of the Riverina League's coaching puzzle is in place after Griffith confirmed club stalwart Greg Dreyer will be at the helm next season.
Dreyer, a club life member, was due to share the role with Will Griggs this year, before the Swans opted not to participate in the AFL Riverina Championship.
Griggs has since opted to stay at home club Queanbeyan Tigers, where he played this year, after five seasons and two grand final appearances at the Swans.
Dreyer will be assisted by club junior and former VFL player Leigh Owen, who was also set to return to the Swans this year had they played, while captain James Toscan will fill a junior development role.
Dreyer has taken control of the under-15s program for some time, and president Jeff Harris said his familiarity with a number of youngsters who have either progressed to the seniors, or are on the verge of doing so, will be an advantage.
"He's been doing a fair bit of the 15s program over the last decade, and some of those kids are the ones coming into senior footy now so he's got a really good connection with our young brigade," Harris said.
"Greg's very well respected by the kids coming through, and it's a good link because we've got a wealth of talent and it's really important we get that transition right.
"For us to put a group of locals in those roles probably sums up what we've been about as a footy club for the last few years. We're promoting guys who are continually putting back into the club.
"We've been working on it (coaching structure) for a while and we figured that's where we'd like to end up.
"Greg was going to be our senior co-coach with Will, so it's a natural progression.
Harris said Toscan will work specifically with the juniors to help ease the challenge of assimilating to senior football.
"He'll heavily engage with the youth with some individual mentoring," Harris said.