THERE is plenty to look forward to.
Those are the words from Bright coach Regan Alexander who hopes to be the man to lead the club to its next premiership.
The Mountain Men recently finalised their senior coaches for 2016, with Alexander set to hold the reins for a third season and Dederang Mt Beauty pickup, Jason Gentile to be his assistant again, after joining this past season.
After playing in Bright’s last premiership in 2004 as an 18 year-old, Alexander has been a mainstay at the club other than a season at Wangaratta Magpies in the Ovens and Murray, and the 29 year-old couldn’t think of anything better then leading his home club to finals glory.
“We’ve got a great bunch of blokes and I’m really excited to see what we can do in 2016,” he said.
“With the nucleus of young local kids we have who still have plenty of development in their game, mixed with some real experience we will definitely be looking to build on last season.”