AFL Riverina's senior competitions working party met for the first time this week.
Three differernt working parties have been formed under AFL Riverina chairman Michael Irons to assist with the planning for the 2020 season, should it go ahead.
The working party responsible for the Riverina and Farrer senior competitions met, via video, on Wednesday night to hold the first discussions at what the 2020 season could potentially look like.
AFL Riverina chairman Michael Irons said while no concrete decisions were made, it had been a productive first meeting.
"Everyone was on the same page and it was a good start," Irons said.
"Everyone wants to see a season played this year if it can be done.
"We looked at a number of windows in terms of when competitions could start and how far a finish could be pushed out, which we need to take up with Cricket NSW and venue owners before we can provide more detail on that."
The season is currently postponed until May 31, due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
The working party agreed that the preferred option for the 2020 competition at this stage would be a one-round season, plus finals.
That format has also strong support from club coaches.
The group will meet again in a fortnight's time, while the working parties for Wagga and District and South West juniors are expected to hold their first meetings next week.