Football Wagga will hold a board meeting on Thursday night to decide the fate of its season.
It was announced on Thursday that the Riverina will come out of lockdown on Saturday but the NSW Government added that community sport would not be able to resume.
Deputy premier John Barilaro revealed community sport won't proceed until an 80 per cent double vaccination rate is reached across the state.
Football Wagga president Tony Dobbin said the board would meet on Thursday night to finalise details surrounding the 2021 season.
"We're meeting formally (Thursday night)," Dobbin said.
"We had a really good meeting with clubs (on Monday night) that lots of good things came out of and we had a way forward but we were waiting always waiting for what came out (Thursday).
"The meeting (Thursday night) is just for the Football Wagga board to digest it and there's a few complicated issues around if it is the end of the season, what do we do.
"We haven't made a formal decision."
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Dobbin said they will inform clubs immediately once decisions are made around the season.
Like other codes across the region, there was great confusion surrounding the messaging and perceived inconsistencies in Thursday's announcement.
Dobbin admitted some rulings needed further clarification but he also appreciated that tough decisions were made.
"The government have made decisions, which is good, they've given us basic framework, and if nothing else here in Wagga we're lucky with some of the restrictions," he said.
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