Darryl Wilson and Rick Ladson.
Photo: ANDREW PERRYMAN

THE Bendigo Football Netball League has signaled its intention to leave no stone unturned in a bid to earn interleague success in 2019.

Head senior coach Darryl Wilson has been given support from a panel of experienced assistant coaches, including Gisborne’s Damien Slater who will control the midfield group, former BFNL interleague star and multiple premiership player Simon Rosa as stoppage coach, Hawthorn premiership star Rick Ladson as the backs coach, and former St Kilda champion and Strath Storm premiership player Stephen Milne as the forwards coach.

The BFNL will play the newly formed Outer East FNL in Bendigo, on Saturday, May 18 at the Queen Elizabeth Oval.

BFNL manager Cameron Tomlins said Wilson has already proven his burning desire to achieve his vision and blueprint for BFNL Interleague success in 2019.

“The talent and experience he has been able to secure as part of his coaching panel is exciting for the entire program and provides strong representation from several regions within our league.”

He said the knowledge and insight the coaching panel will be able to deliver to the selected playing group will be invaluable and holds the BFNL in great stead to climb the rankings table.