COLEAMBALLY netball coach Maddie Mannes says a sense of "unfinished business' made committing to the role for a second year a no-brainer as they look to build on last year's finals appearance.
The Blues finished fifth after the Farrer League regular season before they were eliminated by North Wagga in the first week of the playoffs.
Mannes is confident the squad will have the artillery to again be a factor in the post season.
"There's some unfinished business. We have some of the young girls coming up and I want to see them grow a little further as well," she said.
"It's about consistency this year. We have a much better track record at home than we have away, and we have to improve on that.
"I haven't heard much about what the other teams are looking like, but I think we'll make finals again."
Mannes is excited by the potential of young Griffith mid court product Emma Woolnough, while Tessa Evans could revert to defence.
"Emma's only 18 and shows a lot of potential so I think she can only grow from here," Mannes said.
"We've got Lauren Pound, who is one of the best shooters in the league, so we've talked about changing up a few positions.
"Tessa might go from goal shooter to goal keeper. She's super tall so she'll be handy down there."
The Blues are scheduled to return to training on Thursday night.