The scheduled Football NSW FFA Cup qualifying clash between Yoogali FC and Wollongong Olympic which was meant to be played yesterday didn't go ahead.
Unfortunately for the home side, no one passed on the memo to the players or the referees who were waiting out on the field for the Wollongong side to show up.
Once ten minutes was played the referees blew the whistle to seemingly see Yoogali advance through to the next round with a forfeit win however the result won't be that simple.
An email from Wollongong Olympic was sent to both Football NSW and Yoogali FC informing them of their wish to postpone the match.
The request from Olympic to postpone the game came off the back of the potential threat of a coronavirus outbreak after there were concerns raised after a match the Olympic side played earlier in the week and the club was only made aware of the situation late on Friday afternoon.
"At WOFC (Wollongong Olympic) the safety of our players and coaches is paramount," the email read.
"We believe playing tomorrow's (Saturday's) match will place the Yoogali community under unnecessary risk."
The result of the match is still unknown at this stage with the game's status on the Football NSW website stating the game was cancelled.