The Central Highlands Football Netball League season is on hold with the COVID-19 virus having brought sport to a standstill.
Hopes remain that an abbreviated netball season might be able to be played.
If this comes to realisation, let's take a look at how teams will shape up.
Learmonth head coach Jordan O'Keefe said his squad will leave last year's preliminary final loss in the past when it takes the court for the 2020 Central Highlands Football Netball League season.
The Lakies went undefeated in last year's netball A-Grade home and away season before succumbing to Springbank one game shy of the decider.
O'Keefe said the loss would only motivate the club for 2020.
"The preliminary final was the worst game we'd played in two years, so everyone is in a really good headspace to come back," he said.
Two new faces will take the court for Learmonth in 2020.
The club added wing attack Indy Bourke, who has come across from East Point in the Ballarat Football Netball League. O'Keefe said she was an exciting addition.
"She was a junior last time she played here, so she'll bring a bit of maturity back with her as well as some senior experience," he said.
"She knows what we do and will really hit our goalers confidently."
She will join fellow newcomer Kirby Knight, who was a 2019 premiership player in the Horsham District Football Netball League.
"She plays both ends of the court at goal shooter and goalkeeper," O'Keefe said.
O'Keefe said the club was hungry to get back, but would prioritise safety following COVID-19.