HUME League powerhouse Osborne will learn their fate for the upcoming season next week.
An AFL Riverina board meeting on Tuesday night will see a decision made on whether Osborne is accepted into the Riverina League for the shortened 2020 season.
The Hume League board gave the move the tick of approval on Wednesday night before Osborne members voted overwhelming in favour of the one-year switch at a meeting on Thursday night.
Riverina League clubs have until Tuesday to provide feedback on Osborne's application before the AFL Riverina board decide on Tuesday night.
Osborne president Jason Gooden was pleased to get the support of club members and the Hume League.
"There was a strong vote from the members to transfer across to the Riverina League so we're just waiting for the Riverina board meeting next week to rubber stamp that," Gooden said.
"I spoke to a couple of presidents in the Riverina League and I want to thank them all for their support of Osborne and positive feedback about us entering the Riverina League under difficult circumstances.
"The feedback I'm getting is that it will reinvigorate the league so it's going to be a win-win."
Osborne will remain affiliated with the Hume League and their under 14 teams will play in its junior competition.
Gooden thanked junior parents for the sacrifices the are making in support of the move.
Gooden also confirmed the club is likely to top up with a couple of recruits for the season start.