Warrnambool and District league has gained two new board members ahead of 2021.
President Kylie Murphy confirmed Maree Condon, who has stepped down as Panmure president, and Damon Harrison had joined the seven-member board.
"Maree will bring a lot of value to the league with her background with the football and netball," she said.
Harrison, another exciting addition, has been an umpire.
They join Scott Coverdale, Taffy Chitava, Georgia Harrison and Veronica Cannon (netball chairperson) - who has taken over from Carolyn Howe.
Howe and Norm Gibson stood down from the board at November's annual general meeting.
Murphy said Allan Miller had also stepped down from the board since the AGM.
"They've been a magnificent help to the league over the years and we wish them all the best," she said.
The president added the league was still seeking a football junior development officer.
"If anyone is willing to come on to the board and step in that position, that would be great," she said.
Meanwhile, the board has appointed two administration staff as its now responsible for its own administration rather than the Regional Administration Centre - AFL Western District.
Peter Martin is the WDFNL's football and netball operations coordinator and will provide secretarial and sponsorship services.
Martin, who hails from Port Fairy, was South West Healthcare's medical services coordinator for 17 years.
He has been football manager/team manager at Port Fairy in the Hampden league.
Murphy confirmed he would remain a team selector for Port Fairy football.
He will be working three days per week - Monday, Thursday and Friday.
"He's got a lot of football knowledge with Port Fairy, which we need," Murphy said.
Keith Whitford will be the WDFNL's football and netball competition coordinator.
Whitford recently retired from his role as AFL Victoria's IT support officer from 1987-2020.
He has been crucial in supporting the Sports TG platform and will bring that knowledge to the WDFNL.
Murphy said his role would include checking results and ladders online.
The president said the board, which meets about once a month, may need to meet more ahead of the season to ensure coronavirus protocols are in place. There is a board meeting on Monday night.
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