On Monday, rugby league clubs around the MIA will have a hard decision to make - do they bring the season back?
Around the nation football competition organisers are being faced with mammoth decision.
Obviously, there's two important considerations, firstly why miss out on the chance to play football for 2020?
And secondly, can we risk getting bringing the players back?
Two Australian Rules competitions have taken vastly different paths, the Heathcote District League near Bendigo has binned the competition for the year and the Hume League, which sits between Albury and Wagga, has decided to play but no flag will be awarded.
If all goes well, Griffith should be 40 days free of coronavirus, and towns like Leeton haven't even been touched by it, as of Friday morning, there was only one active case in the Murrumbidgee Local Health District.
So, you'd think it'd be all systems go for Group 20 to get back to the game.
The trouble is, all clubs are supported by their sponsors, many of which can't have large groups of people in them until June 1.
While we've been starved of quality local sport for a while, but perhaps rushing to get everything going again will do more harm than help.
So there's plenty for the clubs to consider come Monday.
Declan Rurenga, editor