FOOTBALL Wagga has opted not to make any alterations to its traditional fixturing schedule after a survey distributed to players uncovered no clear consensus for change.
The major topic discussed was whether to shift women's first and second grade matches to Saturdays, with the men's competitions to remain on Sunday.
But after the survey revealed differing opinions, Football Wagga has opted to keep to same format.
Football Wagga president Tony Dobbin told The Daily Advertiser last week that moving women's games to Saturdays could ensure they're played after juniors girls' matches, giving youngsters coming through the chance to watch more women's senior football.
However some women being unable to play on Saturdays due to clashes with junior sport was one of the major reasons for resisting change.
"Over the past few months there have been suggestions that the day and match times of senior men and women should change," Football Wagga president Tony Dobbin wrote in correspondence distributed to clubs.
"These suggestions have been based on several reasons, in particular the proposal of women playing on Saturday to potentially make it more attractive, and therefore encourage more women to play.
"As noted at the General Meeting on January 29 no clear agreement came from the players (from the survey results), albeit with each of the first grade men and women having differing views.
"There also appeared to be a sense that changing the Madden Cup (women's second grade) matches to Saturdays may be counterproductive and lead to a drop in numbers."
Football Wagga will introduce a junior competition for girls aged 12 to 14 from this season.