Former Jet Kristian Brymora has joined the departures from Broadmeadow for the 2020 Northern NSW NPL after picking up a deal with Victorian club Green Gully.
Brymora joined Magic last season after stints in England and Sweden. He scored three goals in 20 appearances for Broadmeadow, who have also lost Kale Bradbery and Mitch Oxborrow to Jaffas and Josh Piddington and Justin Broadley to retirement.
Tom Smart (Azzurri), Sam Walker (Lakes) and Tom Duggan (Maitland) are additions for new head coach Anthony Richards, who wished Brymora the best.
"It's really good for Kristian," Richards said.
"He's at Green Gully, so hopefully that turns into something for him.
"He works really hard. He's one of those guys who's first there and last out at training. He prepares well and he's got a great attitude."
Richards said while the loss of senior attacking players will hurt, he was confident young talent like Jacob Dowse and Jared Baker, as well as established stars James Virgili, John Majurovski and Sam Walker, would fill the breach up front.
Meanwhile, Edgeworth are confident of regaining grand final hero Daniel Fabrizio if the attacking midfielder is available after a two-week trial at the Central Coast Mariners.
Fabrizio has returned to train with the A-League club after time in the Canberra National Youth League squad then a stint in Italy.
The former Belconnen livewire, who came to Edgeworth last season, scored both goals in the Eagles' 2-0 grand final victory over premiers Maitland.
Edgeworth coach Damian Zane said Fabrizio was in the middle of a two-week stay at the Mariners but the club was confident of having him on board for this year if the trial did not lead to a deal.