Some Warrnambool and District league junior players are keen to join the Hampden league junior competition for 2020.
It comes after the WDFNL cancelled its junior competitions last week in a bid to keep communities safe from coronavirus.
The Hampden league is up to its third round of play this week.
Kolora-Noorat president Paul Dunn has no issue with his players joining Hampden clubs as long as they come back.
"We've got a few indicating they'd like to play with Terang and Camperdown," he said.
"The indication is they just want to have a kick and want to come straight back."
Warrnambool and District league players have until July 31 to apply for a COVID-19 Type 2 permit.
It allows a player to move on loan if their competition is in hiatus due to the pandemic.
They remain a registered player at their home club.
The AFL ruling states: "Where a player's club or league either does not submit any teams or does not otherwise participate in the 2020 community football season, that player will be eligible to apply for a COVID-19 Type Two permit no later than July 31, 2020".
"In such circumstances, the COVID-19 Type 2 permit will allow the player to move to another club for the duration of the 2020 community football season and that player will then revert back to their original club on November 1, 2020."
Camperdown president Kevin Russell believes the club should play the junior players it already has.
"I think we've got enough players ourselves," he said.
"For the sake of our kids, I don't think we'd be interested in that.
"I haven't spoken to any of our coaches about that.
"I'd rather we play the kids we've got rather than other kids.
"I haven't spoken to other coaches but that would be the way I'd be thinking."
Terang Mortlake president Dave Roberts didn't wish to comment.
Dunn said the Power was keen to continue providing junior football and netball training.
"What we're doing is letting it settle a little for a week or so and seeing where everything is at," he said.
The Power president said the committee would seek feedback from coaches and players to assess whether to continue training.
"If we can provide something, I think that would be great," he said.
"We'd like to get something up and going, whether it's every week or every second week.
"If we can provide something for the kids it will be a good step for next year as well."
He also believes providing training will have mental health benefits.
Dunn said there was demand for training with many youngsters asking if they could still train when the club withdrew from WDFNL junior competitions last Thursday.
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