Kolora-Noorat's chances of going back-to-back in the Warrnambool and District league have received a big boost with the recruitment of two gun players.
Terang Mortlake premiership player Tom McKenzie has joined the club for season 2020.
McKenzie captained the Bloods in the Hampden league and has a best and fairest to his name.
"We're really excited to have him," Power coach Ben Walsh said.
"Another great person, a local person, who has had a long and successful career at Hampden level.
"He's a close friend of a few of the boys.
"He's coming to the end of his career and felt the time was right for a change."
Walsh said the veteran could play a variety of roles for the Power and would bring invaluable leadership.
The Power has also covered the loss of 2019 premiership ruckman Brodie Edge, who will play in Geelong this year.
Justin Wallace, a former Kolora-Noorat junior player, has switched from Hampden league club North Warrnambool Eagles.
Wallace played a mix of seniors and reserves last year.
"We think he and Brad Lucas will work well together," Walsh said.
"Justin's running ability on the track (this pre-season) has been a feature."
He said Wallace had maintained friendships with Power players over the years and was excited to be back.
The playing coach added young ruck Brad Lucas was raring to go after missing out on the 2019 grand final due to injury.
While the reigning premier has also lost George O'Sullivan, who will play football in Geelong this season, it has gained a host of recruits who will push for senior selection.
Cobden's Harry Darcy, who played a mix of under 18.5s and reserves last year, has jumped on board.
Camperdown reserves player James Henry has also joined the Power.
Aaron Tebble has made the move from Mininera District league club Caramut while Rhys Cottam-Starkey is over from Wickliffe Lake Bolac.
Josh Bell has switched from South Rovers.
Regardless of the new-comers, Walsh said he would be giving all his players every opportunity to push into the senior team.
Clissold, who received the Scotty Stewart Media Award for his best on ground performance in the grand final, was runner-up in the Power's 2019 best and fairest.
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