While some sports opted to call off their seasons when the state went into lockdown, others were waiting with baited breath in the hope they could resume once lockdown lifted.
Last week it was announced some parts of the state would have restrictions eased but unfortunately community sports were not included.
Sport UNE Football League were the first to announce they would cancel remaining matches and Group 19 rugby league followed suit.
"Our end of season finals and grand final unfortunately will not be played," secretary Bronwyn Marks wrote in the Facebook group.
"With the uncertainty at the moment around community sport the board have made the hard decision to call off the season."
The Moree Boomerangs finished on top of the men's table while the Inverell Hawks were first in the league tag.
But they will be awarded the minor premierships and annual award winners will also be honoured.
"With this decision Minor Premiers will be awarded to the respective teams. 2021, will be recorded as COVID abandoned," Marks said.
"There will be no Group presentation this year as we can't gather anywhere to do this.
"A list of the winners for Group Best and Fairest ect. will be put together and sent to clubs and announced on the Group Facebook page.
"We would like to thank all clubs and players for your dedication and mighty efforts to get this far in 2021. It is great to see that footy is still a sport we all love and enjoy.
"Fingers crossed we will all be back stronger then ever in 2022."
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