Woodville-West Torrens will be looking to make amends this year after their disappointing finals campaign in 2013.
After finishing second on the ladder after the minor round last season, the Eagles were set for a huge finals series, but a straight sets exit is all they achieved.
Losing four Adelaide Crows listed players to their new SANFL squad and three other players that have been drafted to interstate AFL clubs will make it even more difficult for the Eagles to bounce back.
The recruitment of experienced South Adelaide forward, Michael Wundke and Central Districts premiership player, James Boyd, will help cover the loss of the large number of players that have moved or left the club.
Wundke will provide a major boost up forward after kicking 180 goals in the last three seasons, which resulted in leading the leagues goal kicking in 2011 and 2013.
Michael Godden will coach the team for a fifth successive season in the new ten-team SANFL competition.
He will be expected to help the Eagles continue the trend of making finals in the 2014 season, having only missed one finals series since 1999.
In: Michael Wundke (South Adelaide), James Boyd (Central District), Jacob Templeton (Central District), Lachlan McGregor (Glenelg/Langhorne Creek).
Out: Luke Thompson (Adelaide), Nick Salter (Ainslie), Cameron Giles (Carlton), Luke Dunstan (St Kilda), Malcolm Karpany (West Coast), Riley Knight (Adelaide), Lee Staple (overseas), Craig Parry (retired), Daniel Kirk (retired), Aaron Day (retired), Jared Petrenko (Adelaide), Cameron Ellis-Yolmen (Adelaide), Campbell Heath (Port Adelaide), Kane Mitchell (Port Adelaide), Zac Fitzgerald (country), Glenn Dawson (police force), Nick Joyce (country), Lachlan Carey (Amateur League).
Written by: Todd Lewis @Toddlewis23