Talented young gun Jamieson House will return to Launceston in 2020 after a season playing in the SANFL.
The 19-year-old followed former Blues coach Sam Lonergan to Woodville-West Torrens following the 2018 TSL season to join up with a list featuring ex-AFL players Jesse Lonergan, Jared Petrenko, Jordan Foote and Jarrad Redden.
House played nine reserves games, including a 25-touch game in round three and a four-goal effort in round eight, before a back complaint ruled him out for the rest of the season.
The midfielder trained with Launceston during the Blues' finals campaign before his return was announced on social media.
"I have enjoyed following the direction this club is going and am excited and eager to be putting the navy blue back on and build towards something special in 2020," House said.
House played 15 games for the Blues in 2018 after arriving as one of many North-West talents seeking to stay involved in the TSL after Devonport and Burnie returned to regional competition.
He was best on ground in the Blues' qualifying final loss to Glenorchy.