Carngham-Linton will sport a fresh new playing strip when it takes to the field in 2019.
The club’s committee has revealed the design, which has been ticked off by the Central Highlands Football League board.
A more conventional style than the previous guernsey that had the club’s logo on the front, it features red and white vees on a black background.
The back of the jumper has a white number panel with a red number.
Carngham-Linton secretary Michael O'Beirne said the design had been approved for both junior and senior football teams.
He said after celebrating the 50th year since the amalgamation of Carngham and Linton in 2018, the club was keen to start its next chapter with a new look.
“Though required to have a different regular jumper design than Creswick, we are pleased to continue with our club's traditional red, white and black colours, which tie in with our netball teams, off-field apparel et cetera,” O’Beirne said.
“Our heritage-coloured royal blue, red and gold clash strip will also continue to be used for a small number of matches during the season.”
Carngham-Linton’s senior side will again be coached by Matt Beaston, who will be hoping to improve on last year’s wooden spoon.
The Saints, which won just one game throughout the entire 2018 campaign, kick off the new season with a trip to take on reigning premiers Beaufort in round one on Saturday, March 30.
The club’s first home game at Linton is a week later against Hepburn.