The Tallangatta and District league board is set to meet with club presidents on Tuesday night to discuss options for the return to play this weekend.
Coaches including Kade Brown, Luke Brookes and Tyson Smith were critical of league officials last week after the league decided against playing matches in NSW.
The Ovens and Murray played all its matches in NSW over the weekend to overcome the crowd cap of 150 patrons in Victoria due to restrictions implemented by the government.
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The government is expected to ease restrictions further later this week but it remains unclear whether crowd caps will be increased to at least 500 to make it viable for clubs to play in Victoria.
President Rex Gray said the league was keen to explore if playing all matches in NSW this weekend is a practical solution.
"The meeting is being held to find out what the clubs want to do and if that happens to be playing in NSW, we will try and make it happen," Gray said.
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