Brendan Howard and Mitch Jenkins have had an odd start to their senior coaching career, but are committed to a second year in charge of Beaufort.
The pair took over from Rohan Brown following the conclusion of the 2019 season, but have not yet led the Crows into a single match given the COVID-19 pandemic.
Howard and Jenkins, who both played in the club's 2018 premiership, signed for a two-year stint when they agreed to the role and have the potential to take on a third season in 2022.
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"We seem to be in a pretty good place at the moment," Howard said.
"We are obviously talking to all those guys that were on the list this year and we are heavily in a recruiting phase."
Beaufort was one of the Central Highlands Football League clubs to withdraw all its teams from the 2020 season due to the risks of COVID-19.