COACHES are locked in place as Hampden league pre-season kicks off.
All 10 senior football coaching positions are now occupied.
Camperdown was the last football side to announce its new mentors with Jack Williams and Neville Swayn jumping into the hotseat.
At 23, defender Williams will be the youngest coach in the competition.
Clubs are busy unveiling recruits too with South Warrnambool welcoming back some familiar faces.
Warrnambool and District league outfit Old Collegians will still have the services of ex-AFL midfielder Sam Dwyer despite him signing on an assistant at VFL club Port Melbourne.
Elsewhere, tennis ace Eloise Swarbrick continues to make her mark on the court and promising footballer Keegan Gray has committed to a second VFL season with Werribee.