North Melbourne has revealed its captains and wider leadership group ahead of the 2024 season.

The Kangaroos announced they would be continuing their two-captain arrangement for a second consecutive season, headlined by co-skippers Jy Simpkin and Luke McDonald after they were again elected by their peers.

North's 2023 approach represented the first time in club history the Roos adopted co-captains.

Supplementing Simpkin and McDonald in the vice-captain role will be burgeoning spearhead Nick Larkey, who was elevated after an astounding campaign this year, as well as defender Aidan Corr, wingman Bailey Scott, and Rising Star Harry Sheezel.

Scott and Sheezel, who shape as integral pieces of North Melbourne's cause going forward, were voted into the Shinboners' leadership group for the first time, while Corr returns to the Roos' leadership core after holding a spot in 2022.

"It's a changing of the guard in some respects," Kangaroos football boss Todd Viney stated on Thursday as part of the club's announcement.

"Jy and Luke remain co-captains, but we now have Nick as vice-captain, plus three new leaders.

"Earning the right to be named vice-captain is a great reward for Nick and a reflection of the respect he's won from his peers.

"It's also really pleasing that Harry and Bailey were recognised by their teammates and are ready to step up at this early stage of their careers.

"Aidan Corr is another great story. He was voted in a couple of years back, lost his spot, and then came back into the group this year.

"We've lost a lot of experience – it's essential that this group is supported by their teammates in the 22-[to]-26-year-old bracket if we are to take the next step in our development."

The Roos will wrap up their pre-Christmas training block before reconvening early next year, with the Arden Street dwellers scheduled to face St Kilda in their official pre-season fixture on March 3.