WAFL season to be discussed Friday
A select group from across the WAFL will meet on Friday in the first step towards knowing what the competition may look like post COVID -19.
South Fremantle General Manager of Football and Community Marty Atkins said representatives from all clubs had been invited to attend.
"To be honest there's been no real discussions to date on what the season will look like." Atkins said.
"What I will say though is that every WAFL club is keen to have a season get underway."
"We need to cross all the t's and dot all the i's to get something up and running and there's even a suggestion that if a season can't get up and running then there should be some charity games played between clubs."
Atkins believed that crowds could be let into venues once competition resumes however guidelines around packing into members stands in close proximity would be to be policed.
The Bulldogs will resume training in small groups on Wednesday night after the McGowan government relaxed the conditions around small group gatherings.
Groups of nine will train together with a coach in two sessions throughout the evening.
Only running drills will be conducted as conditions around sharing training equipment has not changed.