Non-competitive games will be introduced throughout the Group Nine Junior Rugby League in a bid to get back on the field.
Playing for the love of the game is the message being pushed as a way to give a better avenue for all to be involved in the sport due to the coronavirus crisis.
Group Nine juniors are looking to implement a shortened 12-week season, with no finals, to see kids back playing rugby league.
New president Bernie Delaney believes the decision has been well received.
"We've had pretty positive feedback so far from a few of the clubs in regards to what we're going to play the games, to get them on the field and out of the house," Delaney said.
"Some clubs are a bit worried about sponsorship, and everyone is worried about that, but in the long term it is about getting them on the paddock."
All their plans are dependent on the health situation and advice from the government and NSW Rugby League.
However at this stage, they've penciled in a start to training on July 1 before the first round of games on July 18.
The season would be played over 12 consecutive weeks, allowing each club to have four home games.
Delaney believes it is important to try and ensure juniors can get back into the sport.
"This is designed to get kids back playing football," he said.
"Obviously it is going to be governed by how many people will be able to be at games, as some of the junior games hundreds of people are there."
Only the international age range, under 13s, 14s and 15s, were going to play competitive games before the impact of the coronavirus crisis hit.
However Delaney believes the full change will allow for more participation.
"If you only go for nine weeks and it is competitive all the little fellas who aren't quite up to the mark in terms of their development they are not going a game at all," he said.
"Whereas if it is non-competitive for the little fella who is not quite there the coach can give him an extra 10 minutes.
"Some of those kids will go ahead in leaps and bounds."
The final round is penciled in for September 12.
The date falls before the school holidays and there is a desire not to impact on the normal seasons of other sports.
"It is pointless going beyond as touch football, cricket, swimming all starts and we don't want to interfere with that," Delaney said.
However they may extend one more week depending on developments with a draw designed to limit travel for clubs.