After falling to Waubra in the Central Highlands Football league grand final, Hepburn is putting all its energy into doing everything it can to go one step further in 2020.
Following the recent departure of coach Clive Raak, Hepburn has announced its coaching staff for the upcoming season made up of a pair of Hepburn premiership winners and an AFL hall of famer.
Jason Olver and Shane Robertson will both return to Hepburn as senior co-coaches while three-time AFL premiership winner Robert Walls has been brought in as a mentor coach.
Walls, 69, played 259 games with Carton and Fitzroy and coached a further 347 games with Carton, Fitzroy, Brisbane and Richmond.
Walls, who is part of the Blues' team of the century and is a club legend, coached Carlton to a premiership in 1987 with Robertson as part of his side.
In a Facebook post Hepburn explained what Walls' role would be as a mentor coach.
"Robert (Walls) will be hands on at the club at training and game days, he will advise and nurture the club's coaches and players bringing an unrivaled level of experience and professionalism to the mighty Burras," the post said.
Hepburn will be hoping the Olver and Robertson can repeat their success as a tandem which saw the Burras win premierships in 2004, 2005, 2008 and 2010 with Robertson as head coach and Olver as his assistant.
Olver also won a premiership with the club in 2017 after taking over from Robertson.
The Facebook post continued, saying the football club believes "that this line up will give our club the most experienced and professional coaching panel in our history and will continue to stand us as one of the region's most professional and successful sporting organisations."