Southern Inland are still planning on starting their season next week but are keeping an eye on border clubs Albury and Deniliquin.
Both clubs have entered second grade this season, with the Steamers also in the women's competition, however president Warwick Grant is hopeful government policy will allow the safe return of the sport.
"We will wait and see what develops in the next few days with Gladys (Berejiklian) and the state government and what she decrees but at the moment the border teams think they will be ok," Grant said.
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"This changes by the minute but at this time they are still anticipating being part of the competition but we will have to play it by ear and see what happens with government directives."
Southern Inland plan to start their four-team first grade competition on July 18 with the second grade and women's competitions to come in on July 25.
Berejiklian has already urged those in border communities not to travel further into NSW, or for others in the state to travel there unless "absolutely necessary", however has not changed the current level of restrictions.
Grant revealed both Albury and Deniliquin are exploring avenues to allow players who reside in Victoria to train.
"We will wait and see what happens and whether they ban people from border towns from actually travelling to NSW," Grant said.
"At the moment everything is still going ahead."
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