One of them has been with the club for more than half of his life. The other is entering just his second season with the team.
But together, Nathan Totten and Dean Price are hoping to propel the Orange Tigers back to Central West glory.
Price, who moved from Bateman's Bay to Orange three years ago has been appointed the Aussie rules club's first grade coach for the 2021 season, while Totten, a club stalwart, has taken on the president's role after a couple of years in the vice position.
Price initially volunteered to coach the second grade outfit, but after the club struggled to fill the top position, he stepped up to the mark.
"I saw that there was a gap that needed to be filled and jumped in," he said.
"My main goal is to get the club culture back. I felt we lost a bit last year because we couldn't do certain things because of restrictions.
"We'll try and get all the boys that might've dropped off last year to come back on board and give the competition a bit more of a nudge."
With team nominations due by Friday, the Tigers are confident they will be able to field both a first and second grade men's side, as well as women's and juniors teams.
The two men's sides amassed just the one win between them in 2020. Price is hopeful that can change this year.
"We've picked up a few recruits that are gonna be handy assets for the side," he said.
"The numbers for first grade are looking strong. It's definitely a strong first grade side and with a bit of luck and a bit more recruiting into the 2s, there's hopefully going to be a decent second grade sitting there as well."
While the back line player is keen for a game, he won't necessarily be strapping on the boots for firsts.
"If there are definitely better players for the position I play then I won't put myself in there," he said.
"I'll put the best side that I've got out there. I might end up being a non-playing coach."
On the other end there is Totten.
The new president first joined the Tigers in 1993 and has been there ever since.
Similar to Price, Totten stepped into the top job after the club had difficulty filling the vacancy left by outgoing president Andrew Nelson.
"I'm a bit befuddled with it actually. Thinking a little bit how did I end up here from where I started as a 13-year-old running around with absolutely no skills whatsoever," he said.
"We didn't end up finding someone to replace Andrew and I got to that point where I was thinking 'we can't go into the season without an official president', so somebody's got to do it."
He has loved seeing the club grow its roots in the city, no more so than finding a permanent home field out at Waratahs Sports Club.
"We've been a bit here and there and never really had a home ground that was ours," he said.
"We've played at Wade Park, the university which was the ag-college back then, Anzac Park, Bloomfield, Country Club and the latest move out to Waratahs in the last couple of years.
"I find it very rewarding that we can now stamp our home ground and say 'this is our place' and this is Tigerland rather than just getting a game wherever we can."
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