GORDON has stung more of its rivals as it continues to build ahead of season 2014.
The Eagles have landed the services of past Central Highlands Football League team of the year members Steven Patterson, from Creswick, and Leith Pellissier, from Waubra.
Patterson has been a key contributor for the Wickers across half back in past seasons, while Pellissier is a Waubra premiership player, who established himself as one of the best key defenders in the competition during a period of dominance with the Roos.
The pair’s recruitment follows that of ex-Learmonth onballer Chris McGuigan, who has joined the Eagles in an assistant’s role to senior coach Corey Grills.
Meanwhile, Dunnstown has appointed Mark Keating as reserves coach for next season.
Keating, a multiple senior premiership coach at the club, takes over the role after three years as junior vice president.
That announcement comes alongside news that former Sebastopol vice-captain Sam Jenkins has joined the Towners.
Jenkins arrives to bolster the squad’s onball stocks, with senior coach Mick Taylor signalling a number of upcoming recruits to be announced soon.