The Melbourne Vixens-Adelaide Thunderbirds clash will go ahead in Brisbane on Monday night after the Queensland government agreed to Super Netball matches being played under strict protocols.
The match at Nissan Arena will take place behind closed doors during the state's snap three-day lockdown imposed on Saturday.
This follows the Queensland Government's decision to allow the NRL to stage their matches on Sunday, after initially announcing a ban of all sport during the lockdown.
With the Super Netball tie going ahead, Jo Weston will play her 100th national league game.
Monday night's rescheduled Canterbury-Gold Coast and Cronulla-Manly NRL matches will also be played in front of empty stands.
NRL chief Andrew Abdo said on Monday this was possible due to revised stricter protocols agreed with the Queensland Government.
Australian Associated Press