Club President Steve Battenally says they don't expect the issue to be long-term.
"Golden Rivers and Central Murray, I think we all sides and towns have struggled at some stage to get Under 14s, 17s and/or netballers," says Battenally.
"It seems to go in circles. You'll have plenty of kids and then you'll be down. Next year and the year after, we're likely to have enough 17s."
Chair of the Central Rivers board John Brookshaw says it's a region-wide issue;
"Its going to become very common because north-west Victoria is suffering from a scarcity of players and volunteers. Small regional communities like Moulamein, Quambatook and Macorna are shrinking, not growing in numbers," says Brookshaw.
"So, it's the board's, the league's and other clubs' responsibility to make sure that these clubs survive."
For Mr. Battenally, having youth at the club is important;
"We've always been a family club, we've really embraced it over the last few years and seems to be a lot happier place when there's a lot of young people around."
For the board, they'll do what they can to make sure they survive.
"The hub of a community like Moulamein is their football/netball club, so it's important that we look at every measure we can to ensure that these clubs survive and if that means changing the rules to support them, that's what we'll do," explained Brookshaw.
The Golden Rivers season starts April 18th.