Stawell 13 and under football association has not released a start date to its season.
In a statement, the association said it did not come to the decision lightly and had suspended all training sessions and games for the foreseeable future.
Stawell Women's Day Basketball has also suspended play for the season.
Committee discussed the impacts of the virus after receiving recommendations from Basketball Victoria.
"We've suspended day basketball until they advise it's safe to resume," president Deb Slorach said.
"It's really disappointing after finally getting four full teams but our interest lies in the health of our players and how we can best protect the community.
"The committee agreed to follow their recommendation and will notify players when Basketball Victoria deems it safe to return."
Sporting organisations around the region are announcing their seasons are on hold for the foreseeable future.
Ararat Basketball Association is the latest to announce an interruption, to its schedule in the wake of the COVID-19, or coronavirus pandemic.
On a social media post, the association shared the news with its followers on Sunday.
"Basketball Victoria has made the decision to suspend Basketball Victoria related programs, events and leagues from now March 13, until further notice. This includes ALL VJBL games, Big V games and the Country Championships that were to be held in Ballarat this weekend," it read.
"As a result of this suspension from Basketball Victoria, the Ararat Basketball Association has also been made to make the decision to suspend all game play for basketball, netball and futsal until further notice.
"As this is a rapidly evolving situation, we would like to thank everyone for their understanding and patience as we work through this difficult period.
"This is a decision we don't take lightly and want to reassure all members of the Ararat Basketball Association that we will continue to work with the Victorian Government and other health authorities to ensure the health and wellbeing of our players, coaches, referees and staff are maintained. We have been notified that many surrounding associations are adhering to the same protocol."
The association said it would make contact with players and supporters with any further updates.
The basketball association wasn't the only organisation to suspend its season, the Ararat and Junior Football league met on Friday and announced it would be delaying the start of the season.
"The Committee, Coaches & Officials of the ADJFA have made the decision to delay the start of our 2020 season by canceling Round 1 on April 5th and commencing with Round 2 on April 19th after Easter," it's announcement said.
"This coming Wednesday 18th we had scheduled to conduct a combined training session, this has also been postponed. Further information on this session will be posted on this page when available.
"As the situation and circumstances surrounding COVID19 are rapidly evolving, we would like to thank everyone for their understanding and patience as we work through important decisions with the most up to date information at hand. This is a decision we don't take lightly and want to reassure all members of the ADJFA that we will continue to work with AFL Wimmera-Mallee, AFL Victoria, the Victorian Government and other health authorities to ensure the health and wellbeing of our players, coaches, umpires and volunteers are maintained. Further updates will be provided in the coming days and weeks."
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