MYRTLEFORD coach Leigh Corcoran says the Saints will be doing all they can to take the next step in 2017.
The club kicked off its preseason training on Monday night with a gruelling session and one of their best turnouts in recent years, highlighting the club’s and players’ intentions for the upcoming campaign.
New recruits assistant coach Tim Looby and former Saints best and fairest winner Josh Chapman joined their teammates for the first time while some familiar faces also returned with Blair Jose, Nick Howell and Luke Chapman all present along with current Collingwood star Jack Crisp.
Corcoran said the expectation on players over the preseason will be high.
“Hard work and discipline is nothing compared to going through a season and then bombing out,” he said.