Junee are the latest Group Nine club to be feeling the pressure.
Cootamundra have already withdrawn from the upcoming Group Nine season and the Diesels questioned whether they could not field a first grade team in 2021 with serious doubts over their playing stocks.
Junee will hold a meeting on Thursday looking to assess their numbers.
They are still without a coach and new president Phil Holt admitted the club is struggling.
"I can't really tell too much as we've only just started but we are struggling," Holt said.
"We're chasing but we are going to put the wheels back on the cart.
"At the moment we are concentrating on getting a first grade coach and then a lot of other issues will be sorted out from that."
Junee finished on the bottom of the ladder during the shortened season with just one win to their credit.
The Diesels brought in plenty of players to take part in the reduced season but most won't be back for a second season.
Sam Elwin has returned to Temora, Aaron Byrne is co-coach of Cootamundra, Kane Hammond and Troy Preston will coach Yanco-Wamoon.
Holt is hoping to draw more local players back to the club.
"It is a generational thing," he said. "We were missing player numbers in the juniors and it has progressed through.
"Where the holes were those players are your 19 and 20-year-olds and the number of locals isn't there."
However there are plenty of positives from the 2020 season.
Junee's Sullivan Cup side went through undefeated while financially the season was a success.
Holt believes there is plenty to work with.
"Financially we are sound, we haven't got bulk amounts of cash, but we are sound," Holt said.
The club is also hoping for an influence of players linked to the abattoirs.
However they are unlikely to field a Sullivan Cup side but there are good numbers looking to make the step up from the junior league in years to come.
Junee are one of three Group Nine clubs yet to confirm their coach, along with Brothers and Kangaroos.