Group 10 chairman Linore Zamparini has ruled out any chance of his competition changing its decision to cancel the 2020 season, despite the NSW Government giving the green light to all-age community sports less than 12 hours after Tuesday night's league-wide meeting.
While the government's announcement was untimely and frustrating for Zamparini, the eight clubs have already made up their mind and are content with the decision that's been made.
"It's not going to change anything," Zamparini said.
"Clubs have sort of mind their mind up and I don't think we'll go backwards from here."
The last three months have been excruciating for Group 10 clubs and changing the decision - or even calling for another meeting - wasn't something Zamparini's considering.
"The clubs were hanging out for a move on next year for a long time," he said.
"They're' happy with the decision and they just want to move forward from here."
Zamparini also said the majority of clubs' committees weren't happy with how their financial figures would be impacted by not only an abbreviated season, but one that could potentially go ahead without crowds.
"They all do a business plan and a budget and that didn't come up too good with the shortened season," he said.
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