East Point premiership duo Billy Jones and Clay Bilney have dodged a need for off-season knee surgery.
Each emerged from the Ballarat Football League grand final with medial ligament injuries.
However, they have been cleared of serious damage and rest is expected to see them fully recover.
East Point football manager Dean Hetherington said each was expected to be right for pre-season training.
Jones spent most of his first grand final appearance with the Roos on the bench owing to the knee injury.
Ruckman Dallas Martin was the other major casualty out of the grand final win over Sebastopol battle scarred.
He finished the day with a broken collarbone, which was suffered in the first quarter, and broken nose.
Martin's ability to get through the match underlines the resilience he has shown in his short senior career.
Injuries have restricted Martin to just 14 senior appearances in the past two seasons - six this year and eight last year - but he has still managed get fit at the right end of the season to play in two East Point premierships.
Meanwhile, East Point looks set to retain all of its premiership players for another season.
All but four has been re-signed early this week.
Sebastopol is also expected to keep all but the retired Brett Goodes from its grand final line-up.
DARLEY is still to announce a new senior coach.
The Devils are seeking a replacement for premiership coach Heath Scotland, who has left after three seasons in charge.
Scotland has joined North Melbourne as a development coach and VFL line coach.
EAST Point's Joel Ottavi has been named Williamstown's most promising player after his first season with the VFL club.
Ottavi played 18 games with the Seagulls, adding to his five with Essendon, and attended the AFL state combine.
SUNBURY youngster Dylan Landt has been stamped as a player of the future by Essendon's VFL side.
The Bombers presented him with their rising star award.
FORMER Sunbury ruckman David Kovacevic has received the top individual honour in Western Region Football League division one.
Kovacevic from St Albans was voted the competition's best and fairest.
Ex-Darley star and Henderson Medallist Steve Kennedy from Altona was joint runner-up. Each was also named in the WRFL division one team of the year.