Brisbane Lions star Charlie Cameron has been appointed as a development coach for Queensland Australian Football League team Sherwood Magpies for the upcoming season.
The Sherwood Football Club announced the acquisition of the dual All-Australian on social media a few days ago.
"The Magpies are delighted to confirm the appointment of Charlie Cameron to the role of development coach for season 2024," the statement read.
"Charlie will have a strong focus helping to guide our Colts & U17's, as well as assisting the QAFL Senior Squad.
"Very keen to develop his coaching craft, he will be making very regular appearances across youth & senior training and will be an invaluable asset to the Magpies.
"We welcome Charlie to the Sherwood Footy Club."
Sherwood finished bottom of the ladder in last year's QAFL season, registering just the one win from 18 matches.
Cameron was originally born in Mount Isa before moving to Brisbane to board at Marist College.
The talented small forward would then move to Western Australia and his impressive performances for West Australian Football League club Swan Districts led to his selection by the Adelaide Crows in the 2013 Rookie Draft.
Cameron played 73 games for the Crows before being traded to the Brisbane Lions, where he has added a further 129 games.
The four-time Lions leading goalkicker is coming off arguably a career-best season after booting 59 goals throughout the Lions' 2023 campaign.