Northern Jets coach Josh Avis said his club could be interested in competing in a combined competition with Riverina League clubs.
Avis said the club had discussed its commitment to football in general on Thursday night and didn't rule it out.
"As far as I know, we're very pro-footy this year. Provided that crowd number doesn't drop - the limit of 500 on crowds- I think we're still looking at being a part of footy this year, regardles of whether it looks like being a combined competition with Riverina League teams or whatever," Avis said.
Most clubs will need time to consider the changing scenario.
The Jets' practice match against Narrandera disappeared when the Eagles pulled out.
East Wagga-Kooringal cancelled their Saturday game against Coolamon.
Late on Friday afternoon, CSU were still intending to play Turvey Park on Saturday.
Marrar were still to weigh up whether they'd take on Collingullie-Glenfield Park.
Coach Shane Lenon said their future would be a club decision but he had a personal view:
"I'd be open to it. I know it's outside the square and something different. And obviously you'd be coming up against some stronger sides. But we've got a very young side so it would be good for their development," Lenon said.
"But like I say, that's only my personal view... the club will have to weigh it up."
Amid clubs withdrawing, and ahead of a Friday afternoon bombshell canning the Farrer League but opening up the idea of a combined competition, some Riverina League clubs remained upbeat about the season.
Ganmain-Grong Grong-Matong president Jason Hamblin said the Lions were excited about a practice match at Riverina League newcomers Osborne on Saturday.
"One hundred per cent. we're focussed still on the 2020 season. Weve got all our protocols in place and as a committee, we're happy to continue with the season," Hamblin said.
"We're planning to go to Osborne with a pretty handy list."
Osborne are affected by Albury-based players being unable to travel. They'll play one grade with unlimited benches.
"I just want to see how our forward line structure works with a few talls there with Nick Murray at centre-half-forward, Riley Corbett, and Dan Foley on a flank. And Lou Miller in a forward, he's all class. He was the best player in our intra-club last week," Hamblin said.
Mangoplah-Cookardinia United-Eastlakes are also maintaining the faith.
"Absolutely, we're still keen and raring to go as a club," Cunningham said.
"Obviously there is so much uncertainty around football and day to day life as a whole and we're just going off the health advice from the government which says it's still safe for us to have a season, potentially.
"Every club faces its own challenges. And all committees are doing what they feel is best for footy and for their community."