The Ovens and Murray Football Netball League has posted a profit after another derailed season.
The league announced a surplus of $11,947 at its annual general meeting. Last year it lost $41,363.
"'This is a pleasing result given we were unable to complete a finals series for the second year in a row due to the impact of COVID and the result couldn't have been achieved without the wonderful support of our partners and sponsors, headed up by the SS&A Club," chairperson David Sinclair said.
"Across the two pandemic-interrupted seasons, the league has done well to minimise the financial impact and retains a strong net asset position.
"Our staff have been outstanding in the way they've managed the league through the last 24 months and have done so with, at times, significant self-sacrifice by exhausting leave to minimise the league's exposure."
The O and M was able to complete 13 of the 22 scheduled weeks, which includes the four-week finals series.
Meanwhile, Tamara Mathews has been elevated to the nine-person O and M board.
Mathews, who will retain her role as chairperson of the netball sub-committee, replaced Kim Odewahn, who stepped down to spend more time with family.
Odewahn had been on the board for 16 years, the last four as deputy chair, with her replacement to be filled at next month's board meeting.
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