THE Tallangatta and District league is poised to make a call on its season in the next 24 hours.
Clubs will hold a meeting on Wednesday night with the chances of football and netball going ahead appearing to be slim following a recent spike in coronavirus cases in Victoria.
The Victorian government had planned for senior football to return on July 20 but that now appears a long-shot with a tightening of restrictions.
Further announcements on a return to contact training and competition will be made in July.
Most TDFL clubs have been training in hope of restrictions being lifted rather than tightened.
The Ovens and Murray remains in limbo with the league's hierarchy saying it would hold off on a decision until June 29.
The Hume league made a decision to abandon its senior premiership last month but still plan to run a junior competition.