The fate of Tasmanian football in 2020 should start to become clearer in the next few days as restart conversations continue statewide.
The NTFA is set to provide an update on its 2020 season plans in a media conference with president Scott Rigby on Friday, while TSL representatives will meet with AFL Tasmania's remaining staff on the same day.
Clubs can return to training in groups of 10 or less from Monday, however, North Launceston president Thane Brady said his team would not return to any official training until an in-principal agreement for resuming senior and junior competitions can be reached.
Brady said he was hoping to receive word on whether a TSL season would go ahead by the end of the month.
"We are co-operating with TSL clubs and AFL Tas exploring all options to facilitate a competition in 2020," Brady said.
"We have requested by June 1st AFL Tas assist us in providing answers to the big question - in principal can we play this season?"
Outdoor community sport has been slated for a return on July 13, when stage two restrictions are lifted.
Stage three allows for gatherings of between 50 and 100 people, a figure which many club representatives believe is too small to given players, umpires, coaches and staff would be counted among that number.
Such a restriction would leave clubs without the key income sources of gate revenue, food and drink sales and large functions.