Senior football in the Lower South West was halted yet again following a snap three-day lockdown in the Perth and Peel regions at the weekend. The Lower South West Football League administration posted an update on its Facebook page on Friday after the lockdown was announced and said round two of the senior competition would not go ahead. The administration said although it was disappointing and frustrating, it did not want to put players, officials, spectators or the public at any further risk. League officials will hold meetings with clubs to devise a plan for possibly making up the lost round later in the season and discuss the potential of dealing with more snap lockdowns throughout the year. The LSWFL’s senior competitions had only just returned this month after the COVID-19 pandemic forced the entire 2020 season to be cancelled. In round two, Deanmill were set to take on the Imperials on Saturday as both sides tried to avoid starting the season with back-to-back losses, while Bridgetown would host Kojonup at home, the Tigers would travel to Boyup Brook for a clash with the Roos and the Southerners took another bye. Games will now return this weekend with the round three fixture, starting with a massive clash between the Tigers and the Bulldogs on Saturday afternoon in Manjimup. The Imperials will host the Southerners on Saturday, while Kojonup play their first home game against Boyup Brook on Sunday afternoon. Although the senior sides were forced to take a break at the weekend, junior football was able to continue as planned. The Imperials beat Deanmill 71-33 and the Tigers defeated Boyup Brook 80-20 in the Year 8-9 competition. While in the Year 6-7s, Deanmill defeated Imperials 79-19, Bridgetown easily accounted for Kojonup 90-30 and Boyup Brook took down the Tigers 74-25.