South Warrnambool coach Brenton O'Rourke remains hopeful some sort of competition can go ahead for senior female footballers in 2020.
O'Rourke said the Roosters, a Western Victoria Female Football League club, had postponed training for the next month due to the COVID-19 pandemic and concern for community safety.
It comes after the senior season, scheduled to start on August 1, was postponed indefinitely.
The state government postponed the resumption of contact training and matches for those 19 years and over earlier this month.
"We decided as a team to postpone our training for a month just to reassess for the next four weeks the situation and work our way forward from there," O'Rourke said.
"(Training) numbers were really good.
"So if the opportunity arises to continue training post the second wave (of COVID-19), we may partake in a round robin of some sort or a modified competition just to cap off a year of solid training."
The Roosters had been training Monday and Wednesday and "continuously had 30 at training".
The Friendly Societies' Park-based club was to feature two teams, South Red and South White, when the season kicked off.
AFL Western District is waiting for more clarity before it makes a call on the senior competition.
"This decision will be revisited at the appropriate time when certainty is given on when there might be an opportunity for seniors to train with contact and compete," an AFLWD statement said on July 16.
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