Just a few weeks ago Catherine Wood thought she was bracing to juggle what would be one of the busiest years of sport she's faced.
Now with strict new guidelines rolling out across the nation due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the next few months are suddenly looking vastly different for Wood, like so many others.
The Ovens and Murray league netball coach, Riverina cricket coach and cricket umpire is looking towards her first break from the two sports in eight years, as sport comes to a halt around the region.
Her job as a personal trainer has also been impacted, with the government closing all gyms on Monday in an attempt to contain the spread of the coronavirus.
"I was planning on a very busy year and wasn't sure how I'd fit it all in, but now it's very quiet," Wood said.
"Cricket Australia pulled the pin on all cricket last week, so there's no cricket or umpiring and no academy season at the moment either.
"Our trials were supposed to be Sunday, but they've been postponed.
"The last time I wasn't doing anything at all was when I was pregnant with Albie and he'll be eight this year, so eight years ago.
"That was probably the last time."
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With the Ovens and Murray league at this stage scheduled to commence their season on May 31 alongside the District leagues, Wood said her job now is to keep the team on track and focused during this difficult time.
"I'm just trying to keep them motivated," she said.
"I'll just keep posting workouts for them to do and challenges to make sure they're still keeping their head in the game, because when it does happen that we go back, we want to be firing.
"We had our fingers crossed that we'd be able to train again sometime in the future, but with the AFL now postponing their season, that just doesn't seem like it will happen."
As people now face the challenge of keeping their workouts confined to their homes or by themselves, Wood said this would be how she will now adapt her approach as a personal trainer.
"I'll write up some programs for people to do at home to keep them active so that they can do it in the safety of their own homes," she said.
Virtual at home workouts may now become the new norm as players, clubs and coaches look to follow social distancing guidelines, as they await the start of their seasons.