Darley is losing two-time premiership player Luke Delahey.
The speedy outrider is seeking a clearance to Riddell District Football League premier Diggers Rest.
Delahey is one of the quickest players in the BFL, with his ability to break the lines making him one of the Devils’ potent players when at his best.
Delahey played all his junior football with the Devils, making his senior debut in 2014. and going to be part of their 2015 and 2017 premierships. He played 80 senior games. He also spent time on the Geelong VFL development list.
Delahey’s brother Todd is also looking to join Diggers Rest.
Todd played with Darley up to 2012 before crossing to the Cobras, playing almost exclusively in the reserves.
Meanwhile, Bacchus Marsh key defender Trent Angwin has applied for a clearance to Darley.
Angwin announced his intention to make the move across the Western Freeway late last year.
HASKER Dawborn is another leaving the BFL.
A former North Ballarat Rebels defender, he is joining Modewarre in the Bellarine league.
Dawborn played juniors with Dunnstown in the CHFL and Ballarat and spent 2015 and 2016 with the Rebels.
He took on Bungaree as his home club in 2016 before switching to East Point in the BFL in 2017. Dawborn did not play last year.
Another former Rebels player Charlie Lee has severed tied with the Roos, joining South Warrnambool. He also last played two years ago.