Albury Thunder Junior Rugby Club is hopeful its sides qualified for finals will get the chance to play for a premiership.
The home and away season was cancelled as of yesterday and clubs were presented several scenarios, with stage two to come into play after it was announced the NSW lockdown would be extended by another week.
Semi-finals (1 v 4 and 2 v 3) are scheduled to be played on Saturday, September 4, with the grand finals in each age group to follow on September 11.
If another week is lost, the top two teams in all grades would play in deciders.
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President Scott Harris said the club has four teams in semi-final contention.
"We've probably been lucky to get as much football in as we have," he said.
"It's been good because last year we were excluded from the competition due to the Victorian outbreak."
If the NSW lockdown runs beyond September 11, minor premiers will be declared the overall winners.
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