Southern Inland have shown their first glimpse of softening their finals road map.
They were the first sporting organisation in the region to detail their plans, when Southern Inland realised a three-step approach on August 21.
President Warwick Grant is waiting on government advice before taking any further steps.
However he admitted they would have to look at their approach if the lockdown is extended next week.
"We will just have to wait and see what is happening on the 10th but it is the status quo for the moment," Grant said. "Nothing is 100 per cent but at the moment that is the plan.
"If it doesn't mean extending it too far we could possibly look at an extension but really we just have to wait and see."
As it stands any further changes to the lockdown will see Southern Inland's season come to an end. With no premierships to be awarded.
The two-week extension saw the teams who finished in third and fourth ruled out of contention with the last stage of the plan reduced to having a grand final between the top two teams on September 25.
Southern Inland have already reassessed their plans for the junior competition to enable the top two sides one last opportunity.
The board elected to push back their grand finals to September 26.
"We brought them out to the same weekend as the seniors to try and give them a result if they were interested," Grant said.
"Most clubs were in favour of it but I don't know if that is going to happen yet."
Southern Inland is governed by the ACT Brumbies however all NSW Country Rugby competitions were cancelled during the week.
The impact for crowds is another thing the board will need to discuss if the lockdown ends as planned.
Southern Inland live stream over Facebook each week, but has never charged it.
"We would have to have a meeting to discuss any eventualities as we just don't know at the moment," Grant said.
"I would say at this stage we would probably go ahead with the footy, it would be preferable if we could have crowds, but you really need to see what we are left with.
"It is just a wait and see at the moment and that's one of the things we are worried about if we keep extending it - how much better things we will get."
Unbeaten Wagga City and Waratahs are set to clash for the second year running in the first grade grand final.
Hay and Griffith finished in the top two in second grade while the Blacks will face Wagga City in third grade and Waratahs in the women's competition.