The Central Highlands football and netball leagues have confirmed they will attempt to reschedule their junior interleague games for a third time after they fell victim to Victoria's lockdown.
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The junior representative sides were originally scheduled to play Colac and District Football and Netball League on Sunday.
The leagues are now looking at a date in late October or early November to host the games, a period in which they will have to work around cricket fixtures in Ballarat and Colac when they are released and school exams.
CHFL junior interleague coordinator Johno Leoncini told The Courier they are important to games to play, even if it is after the season.
"We understand the circumstances with other sports, but I just think it's really important that the league still run interleague, it's a huge, integral part of the league," he said.
"It's to get these kids to showcase their skills, also too it's great for interaction, which we've been missing."
A location will be decided upon once cricket fixtures are released.
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