"There’s still a little bit of grey as to the status of SEABL and whatnot, but from my understanding it’s still got one more season in it, hopefully," McEachin said.
"You’d love to be able to be down in Victoria to be playing regularly against the big-time players like Dandenong and Nunawading and those kind of teams.
"But they don’t want to travel up here, and to be honest, travelling down there does take it out of you. Without being disrespectful to the Waratah League, it’s not as tough consistently from top to bottom as the SEABL is.
"If it works out that SEABL doesn’t exist anymore, then we’ll probably end up playing in that competition, and it’ll be great, but then that jump from Waratah League into NBL or to college is just going to be that little bit bigger for these young kids to go through."