Netballers Hannah vandeCamp and Jessie Mellblom are itching to get back on the court.
The South Warrnambool players say they miss the sport they love.
"It's just so hard because all my friends were in netball with me," Hannah said.
"We had one game and that was it, it just all ended like that. So it's hard missing it," Jessie added.
But the pair, who also play at Warrnambool City Netball Association, have reason to be excited.
WCNA is set to use outdoor courts to get a host of junior netball competitions up-and-running next month.
Under the state government's coronavirus restrictions indoor sport is not permitted in regional Victoria.
WCNA will instead make use of the outdoor courts in front of Val Bertrand Stadium on Caramut Road.
The association is calling for expressions of interest for its Rock up Christmas Cup which starts on Thursday November 5.
There's set to be under 13, under 15 and under 17 girls competitions as well as under 13 and under 15 boys.
Each pennant will run for six weeks with a finals night on December 10.
Entries close on October 28 and expression of interest forms can be found on WCNA's Facebook page.
The association would normally sort players by grade and have pennants such as A1 and A2.
But WCNA's Marg Morgan said it had decided to change to age groups with the hope of attracting more participants.
"It's more about being able to come out and play netball, have fun and enjoy sport," she said.
Morgan emphasised the competitions were open to any junior players interested, including football-netball club teams.
She said the association was also keeping competition fees - $25 per player - to a minimum. Players must also have a Netball Victoria membership.
CovidSafe procedures will be in place as per Netball Victoria and Warrnambool City Council guidelines.
Morgan explained only one parent or guardian per player is allowed to attend and no siblings.
Face masks are to be worn by those not playing.
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