Group Nine will play more Saturday games than Sunday games for the first time in the competition's history.
The draw for the shortened 2020 season has been locked in with an avalanche of Saturday games added into the schedule.
On average two Saturday games and two Sundays games will be played in each of the eight rounds.
However twice three of the four games will be on Saturday but once only one Saturday game has been locked in.
Due to the withdrawal of Cootamundra and Temora from the competition this season, Group Nine operations manager Bob Hay believes accommodating club requests for Saturday games is more achievable.
Especially with less referees required each round, which has been a sticking point with requirements for the junior league as well.
"There's definitely more Saturday games than Sunday games," Hay said.
"Referees haven't said no and at the meeting they said they would work around whatever happens.
"They did last year as well and it is a little bit easier with one less game - there's five referees you don't have to find for the day.
"I know a couple of teams have pulled out of the juniors so there is slightly less demand on referees at a junior level as well."
Kangaroos will play all eight of their games on a Saturday.
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President Peter Hurst believes it works best for the club.
"From our end it feeds back into getting maximum buy-in from family, friends and supporters after the game," Hurst said.
"We try to support the sponsors and to keep the culture where we want it.
"Even before my time Kangaroos was known as a Saturday club."
Tumut are also looking to embrace Saturdays with six pencilled in, three at Twickenham, while Gundagai will play in five, but only two are at Anzac Park.
One the other side of the scale, Young only has one Saturday game booked in for the eight weeks, at home to Kangaroos on July 26.
With a strong junior base the club is one who prefers the traditional Sunday games, which separates the junior and senior competitions.
Cherrypickers coach Nick Hall, who is also vice president of the Group Nine Junior League, which plays on Saturday, believes there remains a strong feeling to keep the status quo.
"Young seems to be Sunday and refs are as well," Hall said.
"There was some discussion at a senior meeting about it and I know one or two of the clubs prefer it, and sponsors for sure, and to be truthful I like it too, but I see junior league clubs are very big ships with around 300 to 350 kids and a lot of parents.
"It is a big change to junior league and it could happen and might happen but isn't something that is going to happen on a whim.
"There needs to be some communication."
Hall said discussion of switching days for junior and senior rugby league have been strongly voted down by clubs in the past.
Group Nine are yet to finalise their lower grade draws but with the addition of Yenda to the Weissel Cup and Sullivan Cup are expecting to have full draws for all five competitions.
The Blueheelers will come over from Group 20 and will fill vacated places in the two junior grades.
"Yenda in the under 16s are playing in the missing Kangaroos spot and Yenda in the 18s are playing in the missing Junee spot," Hay said.
"It pretty much gives us a full book of teams across all grades, which is pleasing."
Yenda are expected to travel over for each of the eight rounds.