The 2021 Shoalhaven District Football Association season is on its last legs, following the state government's latest lockdown extension until September 10.
All of the mid-week competitions, including the first grade women's competition, have been abandoned, with the top-placed side in each division being named premiers.
That means the undefeated Callala Brumbies are premiers of the first grade women's division.
Other mid-week premiers announced are Huskisson-Vincentia (under 16 girls), St Georges Basin White (under 16 boys), Callala (women's second grade), St Georges Basin Red (women's over 30s), Sussex Inlet (men's over 35s) and Illaroo (men's over 45s).
"Unfortunately all mid-week games have been cancelled for the remainder of the season," SDFA secretary Rachael Marks said.
"This means each competition ends as first past the post and premiers are those ranked first as of now.
"While it's not the way we wanted to end the season, we'd like to thank all the clubs, players, coaches, parents for a great 2021 season.
"Congratulations to teams that have finished as competition champions and premiers and we look forward to 2022 when hopefully we can all come back bigger and stronger."
The only competitions still alive in 2021 are the Saturday men's and junior competitions - which have now progressed straight to a two-week finals series.
At this stage, assuming lockdown ends on September 10, in all three men's, plus the junior divisions, first-place will play fourth and second take on third for a spot in their corresponding grand finals.
Therefore, in the Blackmore Bolden Shield, competition champions Bomaderry will face Shoalhaven Heads-Berry in one semi-final and Huskisson-Vincentia clashes with Shoalhaven United in the other on September 11 and 12 respectively - with the winners progressing to the decider on Saturday, September 18.