BATHURST Orange Inter District Cricket executives began discussions about what direction to take the competition in, based on team feedback, during a meeting on Tuesday evening.
With a large amount of matches called off due to rain during the first season of the re-formed competition there was talk about whether the cancellation of one match should leave all games called off for that round.
Bathurst District Cricket Association president and BOIDC vice-president Campbell Graham said that talking point was quickly shut down by all those on the online call.
"We discussed questions that had been brought up after last season and issues, including possible changes of formats," he said.
"Obviously there's been a bit of a cry for one-day cricket, to see if we can strike a balance between one and two-day cricket, plus there was discussion about the use of covers on grounds and that the correct ones get used.
"The big one though, which we heard a couple of times across the season was the wet weather rule. I know there's a couple of pushes from moreso spectators than players saying that their club was disadvantaged by the rule.
"It's very hard though to put in a place saying if there's one game off then all games are off."
Graham and those in the meeting said such a proposal "isn't viable".
The Bathurst president believes - at its worst case scenario - that it's a potential way for teams to take advantage of certain ladder positions.
"A club could be in a really bad position and they'll just not put covers on, which would ruin it for all clubs involved," he said.
"That's not acceptable. You're dealing with grounds that are five to six kilometres apart and some that are 60 kilometres apart. And I believe you should be basing each ground on its own merits."
Graham said over the next few weeks the committee will start involving clubs in the discussion for where to take the 2020-21 season.
"We'll try to get in contact with clubs sooner rather than later to discuss their thoughts with them and where they'd like to go," he said.
Discussions about possible format changes will likely be the big talking point over winter, with several Bathurst clubs voicing their support for changes - most notably City Colts, Bathurst City and St Pat's Old Boys.
Rugby Union captain Imran Qureshi has been open to changes though has enjoyed the lean towards the two days competition.
Centennials Bulls skipper Kurt Toole went a step further and has thrown his support behind keeping the current setup unchanged.