JOINT coaches will lead Rokewood-Corindhap into the 2013 Central Highlands Football League season.
Heath Anderson and Michael Stanley have signed on at the helm, where they will take over from the departing Jason Hutchins.
Rokewood-Corindhap secretary Shane Anwyl said the club was thrilled with the appointment, believing the pair would be integral to its aim to become a more professional organisation.
“When we came into the league we deliberately didn’t make any changes to the club.
“We wanted to get a feel of the Central Highlands, where we stand and what needs to be done,” Anwyl said.
“We think we know what we need to do to start that off and that’s the direction we are going to head into for the future.”
Both Anderson and Stanley are premiership players with other clubs and joined the Grasshoppers at the start of the season.
Anderson played in three senior flags with Skipton before signing on as assistant to Hutchins this year, while Stanley won a grand final with Hepburn in 2008.
Anwyl said Hutchins was taking a break from coaching after three seasons leading the under-18s, a year as senior assistant to Tom Mullane-Grant and a campaign on his own.
The Grasshoppers won just three matches under Hutchins and finished in 17th spot on the ladder in 2012.
Meanwhile, Springbank has moved quickly to retain the services of coach Sam Giblett for next season.
Giblett led the Tigers to their first finals campaign since 2001 in his first year at the club.