After several weeks of speculation, the Ovens and Murray and Goulburn Valley have confirmed an inter-league clash for Saturday, May 23, 2020.
The games, to be hosted by at a venue to be decided, will include senior and under-18 football, along with open and 17 and under netball.
The senior football teams will once again play for the coveted Ash-Wilson Trophy, currently held by Ovens and Murray.
Ovens and Murray chairman David Sinclair was delighted the Goublurn Valley board accepted the invitation to play inte-league football after the AFL Victoria Community Championships were disbanded in recent weeks.
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"This gives both leagues the opportunity to continue a rivalry that's been built over many years across football and netball," Sinclair said.
"The GVL and the O and M are arguably the best competitions outside Melbourne and players will look forward to challenging themselves against the best footballers and netballers in regional Australia.
"With the Ash-Wilson Trophy and bragging rights up for grabs, I'm sure both the football and netball will be keenly contested.
"We look forward to the challenge."
Goulburn Valley league chairman David Roff is excited about next year's clashes.
"We are delighted with the opportunity to renew the rivalry between our two great leagues, both in netball and football," he said.
"The last games played in both sports were terrific contests and we look forward to the 2020 action and an opportunity for supporters to see the best players from both competitions."
Goulburn Valley clubs have been asked to submit expressions of interest to host next year's games.