Former England wing Lee Greenwood has been appointed as head coach at Championship One side Gloucestershire All Golds.
The 34-year-old played for Halifax, Sheffield, London Broncos and Huddersfield during his playing career, and also earned two international caps.
Greenwood replaces Steve McCormack, who has returned to his head coach role with Scotland.
"They are a forward thinking club run by ambitious people," said Greenwood.
"By appointing a young, English head coach like myself I think it shows the direction the club want to go in."
Greenwood has spent the last four seasons as assistant coach at Batley Bulldogs and, most recently, Halifax where he worked under Karl Harrison.
All Golds chairman Andy Pitchford added: "He is an excellent leader and coach and we are sure he will have a great impact on the first team and on the aspirations of those players who are developing in our student and academy teams.
"We are really looking forward to the new season with Lee at the helm."