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.
Dunnstown will hope increased depth can prevent the club from missing the Central Highlands Netball League finals for a third straight season.
The Towners just missed out on postseason action in 2019 after finishing ninth on the CHNL A-Grade Ladder.
After suffering injuries early in the campaign, player-coach Melissa Ryan said the club's new additions would sure up the rotation for 2020.
Dunnstown added Olivia Prendergast, who played for Newlyn in 2019. Ryan said her length would make her a valuable addition in defense.
"We were short of defenders last year due to injuries so it was great to pick one up," Ryan said.
Prendergast will be joined by fellow newcomer Krystal Schaper, who returns to elite netball after having a baby.
"Krystal is a goaler, which is a position we were light on at as well," Ryan said.
"She's quite experienced and will be a good leader for the younger girls."
B-Grade standout Amy Purtell has also been added, after flashing top grade potential in 2019. Ryan said Purtell, who is another tall defender, would rise up to the challenge.
"She had a fantastic year and played in A-Grade a number of times," Ryan said.
"During those times she played up she proved that she is an A-Grade player and is ready."
Whlile the club had addressed some weaknesses in the offseason, it has a hole in the centre court left by last year's player-coach Jo Dash, who is taking the year off.