AFL North East Border Female Football League officials have raised the possibility of a finals match being played midweek to assure its season can be completed.
The league is in a tricky position in regards to its under-17s competition, after the preliminary final in that grade between Murray Felines and United couldn't be played on Sunday due to the NSW lockdown.
"Both Murray Felines and United are open to playing an evening match early in the week should the lockdown end on a weekend, and then we would plan the grand finals in all three grades for the Sunday at the end of that week," league manager Matthew Elliott said.
"I've been in touch with all clubs regarding our plans."
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Elliott also manages the Albury Wodonga Junior Football League, which is still required to play preliminary finals for all grades (under-12s, 14s and 16), before it can progress to grand finals.
"I have had conversations with the club presidents this week who have sides in the finals, who have provided some thoughts and points of considerations with regard to completing the finals series," he said.
"The clubs participating are united in their wishes to play the preliminary finals and then grand finals, and have offered their venues and various suggestions in how that may be achieved."
The AWJFL board scheduled a meeting for Wednesday night to discuss its options.
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