Farrer League will stick with Wagga venues for this year's finals series.
Robertson Oval will again play host to the Farrer League grand final on September 14, along with the preliminary and second semi-finals.
Maher Oval will remain a Farrer finals venue with the elimination and first semi-finals to be played there.
The only final that remains up in the air is the qualifying final on August 24, that will be held at either McPherson Oval or Gumly Oval.
The Farrer League competition management committee will determine the venue on the senior football teams that are likely to feature in the qualifying final and want to avoid giving a home ground advantage where possible.
However Charles Sturt University (CSU) have the catering and with a desire to have a bar, a decision may need to be made as early as next week.
"It will depend whoever is playing in it," Farrer League president David Oehm said.
"We had flagged it with East Wagga for a start but have now contacted both clubs and put them on notice that they may hold the qualifying final, if need be.
"We'll assess the results of the round this weekend and see what happens."
As for the final series as a whole, Oehm explained that it is in the best financial interests of the Farrer League to play the games in Wagga.
"We've got to maximise finals as best as we can," Oehm said.
"If it means playing games where we're going to get financial gain out of it, that's where it will be.
"As a league we have to try and maximise finals. The best facilities are in Wagga as well...so why not utilise the best facilities in the Riverina and play finals there."
Farrer League's decision to play finals in Wagga has proven financially beneficial in recent times with two record gates in last year's series.
Both were recorded at Robertson Oval.
Farrer League enjoyed a record preliminary final gate of $12,100 when North Wagga took on Temora, while the elimination final gate between East Wagga-Kooringal and CSU attracted a new high of $7802.
The 2017 qualifying final between Temora and North Wagga at Maher Oval also attracted a record gate of $9644.