THE Group 10 season is on hold, but Lithgow Workies captain coach Corey Willmott has his fingers crossed it won't be for long.
Willmott agrees putting the season on hold in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic is the best option - at this stage all senior and junior rugby league has been halted until at least May 1 - and is trying to stay positive.
"No training effects our preparation for the season massively, but I believe the boys will keep on top of their own fitness through this time," he said.
Willmott said that he is hopeful the season kicks off as soon as possible and doesn't get postponed further.
"We are still positive as a club that we can do well in every grade, not just first grade, even with a shortened season," he said.
It isn't only the Wolves who have been affected by the virus, every club in the competition has had to stop training, something that Willmott takes solace in.
"I don't think we start the season on the back foot [by not being able to train] because every club is in the same position," he said.