Star Corowa-Rutherglen defender Sophie Hanrahan admits the club would hate for 2021 to be remembered as the season of what could have been.
The Roos finished the home and away fixture as minor premiers in both A and B-grades and are now waiting to see if they will get their chance to take it all the way.
After falling to Wangaratta at the final hurdle in 2019 and then missing last season, Hanrahan said the Roos are trying to give themselves every opportunity to succeed if given the green light.
"It's been hard, but on the same token, I think we all have the same mentality that we want to be ready to go if they say we're playing," she said.
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"It's scary to think if it doesn't go ahead, but we're just grateful to have been able to play, and I think that's all you can think."
The league has proposed starting finals as early as next week if lockdowns are lifted.
"I think if anything Covid has taught us there's no rules," Hanrahan said.
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