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East Warrnambool recruits have been training hard at Jones Oval in the pre-season.PRIDE, respect, commitment and positivity.
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Those are the core values that the East Warrnambool playing group has come up with for the 2012 Warrnambool and District league season.

New Bombers coach Paul Butters was impressed with the players’ input at a pre-season training camp last month, where activities ranged from sweating it out at a CrossFit session to brainstorming their core values.

“It was all really positive,” he said.

“We talked about team rules and we picked four core values that we’re going to stand for and then talked about how we’re going to achieve them.”

The camp has been part of a promising build-up to the 2012 season, with the club buoyed by more than 20 new faces who will pull on the Bombers guernsey this year.

It includes Tour Miar, the younger brother of Andrea, East’s boom mid-season recruit from last year.

Butters said Tour, who was in Tasmania’s squad for the 2010 AFL under 18 championships, would play in the backline.

“He looks like he’s going to be a good player as well,” he said.

“Ninety-five per cent of (our recruits) are 18 to 22 years old, so we’ve got a lot of young lads. They’re all keen and enthusiastic, which is pretty exciting for the club.”

One of the keen youngsters is Jayson Millet, who won the Warrnambool and District league under 17 best and fairest in 2010.

East has been training three times a week, a schedule Butters plans to maintain during the season.

“On Monday will be recovery, Wednesday will be our full ground work and Friday will be set-ups and match-ups,” he said.

“Our numbers (at pre-season) have been really good.

“We’ve getting about 30 on Mondays and Wednesdays and about 20 on Fridays.

“There’s a fair bit of excitement.”

Butters said the Bombers’ main aim was to consistently be competitive.

“Obviously we want to get some wins on the board but we want to gain respect from the opposition for a start,” he said.

“(President) Richard (Jaynes) and the club has a plan of where they want to be in the next two to three years. We want to try and win as many games as we can but we really just want to be competitive week to week.”

East opens its season with a home game against Deakin University at Reid Oval on April 1.

The last time the Bombers met the Sharks was round 18 last year, when East snapped a 79-game losing streak.

Meanwhile, East is encouraging the participation of youngsters in its under 14 and 17 teams, which will be coached by Thomas Hopkins and Marcus Clarke respectively.

The junior sides will complement all the young footballers who have joined the club this season.

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