Rob Brady will continue a 20-plus year association with the Dungowan Rugby League Club in 2021.
When the Cowboys reformed in 2000, there was no way Brady wasn't going to involve himself in the club.
He's a born and bred Dungowan boy and while he hadn't played for "five or six years", he strapped on the boots for Dungowan that first year back.
Brady's involvement has morphed over the years. His latest role being that of president : "This is probably my fifth year [as president]," Brady said.
In that time Dungowan made the step up to first grade and Brady said, both on and off the field, the Cowboys were aiming to get better.
"I think we've tried to improve each year," Brady said.
"We're always trying to look after the players and be a family club. The kids can come out and enjoy it there as well."
Another change possibly coming in 2021 is the addition of another team at the Cowboys.
The club had planned to field a reserve grade side in 2020 but that was put on the backburner when the season was cancelled.
However, those plans are still on the table for 2021.
"This is the first time we'll have reserve grade. We were trying for it last year but covid got in the way," Brady said.
"We're trying to get reserves going again and I think they're fairly confident at this stage."
Brady added: "That was the whole idea, if you had blokes sitting out at least this way they get a game and you've got extras there if you get any injuries [in first grade]."
Matt Jenner has been named to coach the reserve grade side while Luke Taylor will be in charge of the league tag outfit.
Shaun Ferguson was named to coach first grade in 2020 and will be back on deck for the 2021 season.
"Ferg's bring been with us for a while now and hopefully he can steer us in the right direction," Brady said.
Dungowan are yet to have a training run with plans to commence after the Christmas break, Dungowan player Matt Wilson said: "[We'll train] early January once or twice a week but I know a fair few have been training already over the off season."