Less football on Saturdays will be a feature for the Group Nine draw.
There has been a steady increase in the number of Saturday games in the competition, reaching a peak of two of the five games each week last season.
However the new board wants to listen to clubs more and they are leaving it up to them to decide when or if they want to play on Saturdays.
“It depends on who you are,” new president Peter McDermott said.
“Some don’t want any Saturday games, some are unless they are away …. there are a few who want as many as they can get.”
The fixtures have been set for the new-look season however some more Saturday games may be added after clubs provide more feedback.
McDermott is hoping to make the draw work rather than have straight out allocations.
"Obviously we can't let everyone play on a Saturday but we will do our best to accommodate everyone that we can,” he said.
Another fighting the Saturday trend in referees due to juniors commitments.
"The Referess Association also said they can also only afford to referee on Saturday game a week with the juniors going on as well,” McDermott said.
With changes this year Group Nine will play over 18 rounds, ensuring the chance for a true home-and-away draw.
As it stands Kangaroos will host Young to kick start the season on April 6.
Premiers Gundagai then hosts Albury the following day while Junee hosts Cootamundra, Brothers play Tumut and Southcity travels to tackle Temora.
The grand final rematch won’t be until round nine with Gundagai to take on Southcity at Anzac Park.
In round three all five games will be played on Sunday to avoid a clash with the NRL game between Canberra and Penrith.
There will also be five Sundays games in August to work alongside the Junee Knockout.
Meanwhile Bob Hay has come on board as the new operations manager.
His many years of administration experience in the sport and was welcomed by McDermott.