For the second time in less than one week, the Shoalhaven District Football Association has been forced to make adjustments to its 2021 draw due to the COVID-19 statewide lockdown.
With the state government confirming the lockdown will extend to at least August 28, the SDFA has acted swiftly and amended its fixture list.
All remaining home and away fixtures, except the postponed round 17 Blackmore Bolden Shield matches, have been scraped - with those particular first grade men's games to now be played on Sunday, August 29.
That day will see Huskisson-Vincentia take on Bomaderry, Shoalhaven Heads-Berry battle Milton-Ulladulla, Shoalhaven United faces Illaroo and Manyana locks horns with St Georges Basin, with Callala having the bye.
Following those matches, all senior and junior competitions will move into their respective finals matches.
These include the first grade women's matches, which will pit competition champions Callala against Milton-Ulladulla in the major semi-final and Shoalhaven Heads-Berry Maroon against Sussex in the minor - all to be played at Ison Park on Tuesday, August 31.
These changes have also seen grand final days pushed back, with the women's to be held on Tuesday, September 14 and the men four days later on Saturday, September 18.