The first event of the world tour, the Corona Open Pro, was initially due to start on Thursday, but was cancelled due to coronavirus.
The 18-year-old midfielder, who was the No. 15 pick in the Draft, played all seven games for Brisbane this year.
The state championships were initially scheduled for this weekend, before it was cancelled three weeks ago, along with the Australian titles.
Pro Racing Sunshine Coast, which impressed with Taj Jones at the Tour de Langkawi in Malaysia last month, have essentially been parked because of the virus.
The 24-year-old, who secured a provisional spot in the Australian team earlier this month, believed organisers made the correct call in delaying the marquee event, because of the coronavirus pandemic.
The top state competitions have been cancelled after indoor sports centres were closed due to coronavirus.
With the NRL season suspended due to coronavirus, the Round 10 game is highly unlikely to be held there with fans on May 16.
The elite outfit was preparing in earnest for Olympic and Paralympic trials, before coronavirus swept the globe
The club has a reserve grade team this year and they’re eager to forge their way into the top flight in seasons to come.
The Pioneers capped their unbeaten season, amid eight teams, with a 10-run win over Coolum recently.