Southern Inland will continue to be played without crowds.
The first round of the first grade competition was restricted to 'essential' participants over the weekend and looks set to stay that way following advice from the NSW Office Of Sport.
Organisations were asked to restrict spectator entry at adult community sport as part of a range of new developments on Friday.
Southern Inland rugby manager Jack Heffernan moved that day to see tight restrictions put into place at Conolly Rugby Complex and Jarrah Oval.
Clubs decide on who is essential.
"Every club will handle it differently, we had some questions who weren't participating following the weekend, and our recommendation is to limit it to essential people only," Heffernan said.
"At the end of the day the clubs are responsible for it and we aren't the ones who will have to deal with the consequences if any breaches occur.
"That is the club so it is up to them to manage it.
"We can only interpret it based on what we read and how we read it."
The second grade and women's competitions start this week with Albury and Deniliquin still taking part.
It is in contrast to Group Nine, AFL Riverina and Football Wagga who have policies in place restricting participants from Albury following recommendations from NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian regarding travel to and from border communities.
Heffernan remains satisfied they can safely be involved.
"At this stage we are still comfortable," he said.
"Obviously things can change between now and Saturday so we will keep monitoring what comes out between now and then.
"It is tricky to manage that as there are still rugby fans who will travel up to watch games regardless of who is playing and that is the same across all sports I would imagine.
"I'm not sure how other sports are approaching it and while they can say they can't play there are still people down there who want to watch footy."
Albury travels to tackle Wagga City at Conolly Rugby Complex on Saturday before the Boiled Lollies play Waratahs in the first grade blockbuster.
However Albury did withdraw from the junior competition last Friday, with the first week of gala days to be held on Sunday.
Tumut also travels to tackle Deniliquin in second grade.
It has seen the first grade clash between the Bulls and CSU moved to Friday night.
Heffernan is supportive of the move.
"Clubs have been really proactive approaching that with both clubs having to make a fair trip the following day," he said.
"They are trying to be clever and play on the Friday night which should be a really good spectacle I think."
Both teams are looking for their first win of the season.
The game at Beres Ellwood Oval starts at 7pm.
CSU's second grade and women's sides travel to Leeton on Saturday.