THE two sides of South Launceston's internal war have joined forces to form an extended board to support the club's players in their push for the State League premiership.
President Ian Goninon said that after a meeting last night between the club and the group of life members who were calling to overthrow the board, the two sides came to the agreement that they must work together to support the Bulldogs on-field.
The board has been extended to 12, with an independent chairman to be announced.
The additional six members of the board have come from the group of life members.
The board will be in place until the special members meeting on October 2.
A working party from the new board has been established to develop the club's application to enter the NTFA, with a meeting scheduled next week, as well as planning for 2014 and beyond.
Both Goninon and life member group spokesman Rod Patterson said it was a great outcome for the club both on and off field, with Patterson saying he was looking forward ``to getting the club back on track''.