Former Ovens and Murray defender Vashti Muller is set to weigh up her playing options for next year.
Muller left Wodonga Raiders at the end of the 2019 season to join Victorian Netball League side City West Falcons.
However, the COVID-19 pandemic saw her return home to Henty as the Falcons season was derailed.
The young gun instead took to the court for Mangoplah-Cookardinia United-Eastlakes in the AFL Riverina Championship.
Muller is now set to decide whether she'll give the VNL another shot or remain on the Border.
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"I have some big decisions to make," she said.
"At this stage I'm still weighing up whether I want to give Melbourne a go, or because I've been enjoying being back home, whether I'll stick around here and have a crack at O and M again."
Muller helped MCUE to an A-grade flag and was crowned joint winner of the league's best and fairest alongside Osborne goal shooter Caren Hugo this season.
"It definitely reminded me how good country football and netball is," she said.
"But I know VNL is there and I haven't actually had a proper go.
"We'll see what happens."
The 19-year-old had also planned to study in Melbourne this year.