The North West AGM is set to be held probably a week after the NCUís on December 9th but before then officials will have a series of Zoom calls with clubs to get their views of the set up for next season.
Everything is on the table, including the number of teams in the Premier League and although several senior clubs have said they would be happy to have an entire season of T20 competitions, such was the success of this yearís curtailed programme, there will be a return to 50-over cricket, circumstances permitting.
One definite change, already agreed by the NW clubs, is that every competition will be played with a white ball in coloured clothing.
Ardmore, who failed to win a match this year in the North West Ė their only success was in a bowl-out in the semi-final of the Eric Cooke Cup - have also moved quickly to improve their fortunes next season by confirming South African Tyron Koen as their professional.
The 22-year-old all-rounder played in the East Anglian Premier League from 2017-19.