Group 10 has canned Saturday's round 17 fixture between Oberon and Blayney after a spate of road closures in the region.
Widespread snow has fallen in the Central West and Oberon Shire Council has closed roads in and out of town, making it impossible for Blayney players to make it to the ground.
With conditions expected to worsen on Saturday as well, Group 10 chairman Linore Zamparini said there was no other choice.
"It's coming down pretty hard here at the moment," the Oberon-based Zamparini said.
Group 10 faced a similar scenario in 2018, too, and abandoned an entire round of footy on the back of road closures.
Zamparini said this year Sunday's games would go ahead, where it was safe enough for players, supporters and officials to make it to grounds.
"We'll play those games where we can. We're so close to finals now, we really have to play it by ear and take each case as it comes," he said, round 17 the regular season's penultimate round.
"And in terms of the Oberon-Blayney games, we'll probably look at a mid-week replay for those games that will have an impact on finals."
At this point the only game likely to need a mid-week replay is the Blayney and Oberon under 18s clash.
Sunday's games are scheduled to be played in Orange and Bathurst. Lithgow has a bye.
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