The Central Highlands 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.
Rokewood-Corindhap will enter 2020 with a familiar group in pursuit of a Central Highlands Netball League premiership.
Last year's core remains in tact for the Grasshoppers, who will enter the season under the guidance of new A-Grade head coach Kerry Lightfoot.
After coming to the club following a decade in the Victorian Netball League, Lightfoot said she hoped to consolidate and develop the club from within.
There are players that have been at the club for a while that will get opportunities to step up."Kerry Lightfoot
"There are players that have been at the club for a while that will get opportunities to step up," she said.
The club added Ash Gercavich for 2020. It also retained the services of Elizabeth Denouden, who proved a standout in 2019 in what was her first year in green and white.
"Lizzy always has a good season," Lightfoot said.
"She is a former Ballarat Pride player and she is very experienced and very versatile, and a great player to have in the line-up."
Lightfoot said the club had only just begun preseason training prior to the COVID-19 outbreak.
Rokewood entered the finals after finishing fifth on the competition ladder last year.
After thrashing Gordon in an elimination final, the Grasshoppers met their end at the hands of Buninyong.