While cricket's regular season looks to remain relatively unscathed by the coronavirus pandemic, clubs are still yet to be notified of their return to training dates.
Last week all six Cricket North entities took part in a fact-finding meeting on updates of ongoing restrictions and returning to training guidelines.
A detailed process involving Cricket Tasmania, sport and recreation and their local councils will set the agenda, according to Cricket North administrator David Fry.
"I'm still waiting to hear from Cricket Tas in that regard," Fry said.
"I understood there was going to be something provided last week, I haven't heard anything and the council hasn't either so we are just waiting for that to occur."
With a new memorandum of understanding between Cricket North and Cricket Tasmania set to be go to a board meeting next week, the six clubs were interested in what that means for them.
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The understanding will detail how much Cricket Tasmania will continue to do for Cricket North and how much the clubs will have to pick up off-field in the wake of COVID-19.
On-field however, things are looking as positive as ever, with ground availability the only major factor in potentially holding back the season's start as NTJFA sides use both Youngtown, Invermay and the NTCA ground.
"We are hoping to negotiate with the council in regards to Invermay Park and Youngtown to see that we can get at least one of those grounds available for the start of our season - that hasn't progressed very far as yet.
"At the moment, UTAS are telling us Invermay Park won't be available until the end of October, so we are hoping that we might be able to negotiate with the council to make Youngtown available earlier than that by rescheduling the junior football matches away from there so we can get the ground prepared.
"We are doing a similar thing with the NTCA and the tenant clubs here.
"We obviously have soccer playing, whilst they don't use the wicket block which is certainly helpful for us, it means we can get NTCA 2 up a lot quicker."
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