A handful of clubs want a return to split formats for the upcoming season.
Eskdale, Dederang and Mount Beauty want two-dayers to complement the one-day only competition introduced last summer.
"The majority of our young blokes would prefer to be playing two-day cricket just so they can get a bit of a go, with the ball especially and with the bat, they can build an innings rather than get pushed in during the final overs and be expected to try and clear the fence," Dederang captain Andrew Creamer said.
CAW district played 45-over games last season. In 2017-18, it was 40 in the one-dayers and 70 for two.
"My personal stance is I like the the mixture, but the people I've spoken to enjoy the two-day aspect and it's a lot more strategic where you could afford to bowl a spinner for a bit longer because the mindset of the batsman (not as attacking) was a bit different," Eskdale president Tom Hodgkin said.
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Hodgkin and Creamer put a proposal to CAW's board before last season, working on a 10-team competition.
"There would be 10 days of cricket pre-Christmas and you would play every side in the opposite half of where you finished the previous year in two one-dayers," Hodgkin said.
"After Christmas, there would be eight days of cricket in the regular season and you would play teams in your half in a two-dayer.
"That was so a strong side wouldn't play a weak side in two-dayers and get an easy outright win."
Provincial cricket also moved solely to one-day cricket, but Creamer feels the two competitions must be treated differently.
"I feel very strongly about the survival and prosperity of district and rural sport in general," he said.
Mt Beauty president Ross Wilson says the prospect of another season of one-day cricket has already cost the club a player - almost three months out from the start of the season.
"We have definitely lost one to Ovens Valley (United) because of the attraction of playing two-day cricket again," he said.
Ovens Valley plays in Wangaratta and District, which had a mix last year.
CAW will host its annual general meeting at Albury's Commercial Club on Monday night, where some clubs are hoping to raise their concerns.
"We have a board of seven and we are there for the betterment of cricket, not individuals or individual clubs," chairman Michael Erdeljac said.
Erdeljac says in the near future after the meeting, the board will meet with clubs to further discuss any issues.
Yackandandah claimed last season's district title.
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