The Ballarat 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.
Newly appointed Sunbury head coach Luke Rawlings says the 2020 Ballarat Football Netball season will be a rebuilding year for the club.
The 2019 Lions core was gutted in the off-season following a contentious decision to replace A-Grade premiership netball coach Adam Boldiston.
The move prompted Suzie Johnson, Ash Hardy, Tarryn Munro, Amanda Cusack, Ruth Smith and Elly Randall to leave the club.
Rawlings said the club had plenty of gaps to fill.
"With losing so many players it was hard to get a lot of people signed by the time I took over so we are looking at some of the 19-under players to really step up," he said.
The Lions have added Olivia Taylor, who played under Rawlings at Romsey in the Riddell District Football Netball League. Rawlings said she was a big coup for the club.
"She didn't play a lot last year as she was going through year 12, but she is a part of the Geelong Cougars Victorian Netball League squad," he said.
Rawlings said it would also pay to watch teenager Lara Turner, who had the makings of elite player.
"You can't teach her drive for sport, she just wants it," he said.
Rawlings said the team would lean heavily on goal attack Shelby Holter, who would look to build on a promising 2019 campaign. He said she had a great opportunity at her finger tips.
"This will be a real opportunity for her to step up and lead at such a young age," he said.
Netball Victoria have given the BFNL clubs the green light to return to training.