Albury Wodonga Football Association decision-makers and club presidents will meet on Monday night to discuss the future of the season amidst the COVID-19 crisis.
Football Federation Australia officially delayed all grassroots competitions and football activity, including training, until April 14.
If the season were to go ahead on that date, only rounds two to four would be impacted, given there's no matches on Easter Sunday (April 12).
AWFA president Mark Leman said the association has discussed a number of ideas to present to the 12 clubs in the competition.
"The executive had a meeting on Friday night and we've put together a few scenarios, but it's all subject to FFA (Football Federation Australia), Football NSW and what directive they give us," Leman said.
"The idea is to put some scenarios forward such as if we start after Easter, what does that draw look like?
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"If we start at the end of April or May, what does that look like?
"We've put half a dozen scenarios together to talk to the clubs about so we can plan and be ready to go.
"We're working from that date (April 14) and that's all we can do because that's the latest information we have.
"The key thing is to get people on the park as quick as we can.
"We have to consider social interaction and mental health, so we think people need to be able to compete and have some fun."
The AWFA has the longest home and away season of any Border-based competition, spanning 22 rounds and three weeks of finals.
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