Coolangatta junior Jamie Stanton has returned to her home for the 2020 AFLW season.
However, it won't be back with the Brisbane Lions but debutants Gold Coast Suns.
Stanton becomes the fourth player to join the club after announcing three inaugural signings in February this year.
A 166cm inside midfielder spent the first two season of the competition with the Lions, playing in two grand finals before joining North Melbourne for the 2019 season.
Stanton has also represented the Suns in the 2018 Winter Series and played her local football on the coast before moving to Wilston Grange.
“We’re so excited to be able to announce Jamie as our first recruit during the AFLW Sign and Trade period,” Suns Head of Women’s Football Fiona McLarty said.
“Her professionalism and work-rate is top shelf and her character off the field will be vital as we look to develop a strong club culture.
“Jamie will be an important to us as we establish a strong environment for our players and set high standards for those involved in our inaugural AFLW season.”
The 22-year-old, who is a former Junior Matilda, averaged 17 disposals for the Kangaroos in 2019.
She joins Kitara Whap-Farrar, Charlotte Hammons and Ellie Hampson at the Suns.
Stanton becomes the second player to leave North on Monday with Alison Drennan also informing the club she had accepted an offer to join an expansion team.
Meanwhile, the club has also delisted veteran forward, Moana Hope.
“It was an extremely difficult decision and one we didn’t make lightly,” North head of football operations, Laura Kane said.
“Mo has been a tremendous servant of women’s football in general and we hope she’s able to continue her decorated career elsewhere.
“All three players helped make history in our 150th year and we thank them for their contribution and professionalism.”