Not only is the Southern Inland season officially over, but plans for another sevens competition have been shelved as well.
After the success of last year's tournament, Southern Inland were planning on providing a different rugby experience once more.
However president Warwick Grant doesn't believe it will go ahead this season.
"Our sevens competition has been put on hold indefinitely as we just don't know when we might start," Grant said.
"If it is too late then it gets too hot. Last year we ran it in November and it was just sweltering."
It was set to be played in October but the government wants to hit 80 per cent double vaccination before community sport's return.
Representative football is also not expected to go ahead.
Following more success at the Brumbies Provincial Tournament in June, players were selected to be part trial for the ACT Griffins side.
With the Griffins set to play in Adelaide, Grant expects confirmation it also won't go ahead.
"There is a meeting with the Canberra Community Rugby committee but it is pretty well finished too because of the state border closures," he said.
"They were supposed to be going to South Australia and I don't see that happening any time soon."
While there will be no Southern Inland premiers for 2021, individual award winners are expected to be announced shortly.