Ararat Storm had held several general meetings, to gauge interest in the viability of the club.
The club were not successful in entering a team in the 2019 season, the first since its formation in 2013.
Club president Simon Caine said a plan was starting to form on rejuvenating the club for the 2020 season.
"We're looking at the possibility of an opens team where a lot of our former players can play who are still involved with the club," he said.
"We're also looking into an under-15 or under-13 teams.
"It just depends on the interest we get and from that interest, commitment."
The last few meetings we've had the numbers were positive.Simon Caine
Mr Caine said the committee would start looking into a campaign to recruit players in the near future.
"We've pretty much got to start from scratch and look for coaches, trainers, volunteers," he said.
"The last few meetings we've had the numbers were positive.
"If anyone is wanting to join the club in any capacity they would be welcome."
Mr Caine said another possibility the club would do some research around was the possibility of aligning itself with a football/netball club.
"The idea is at a very raw stage but it's an idea we would consider," he said.
Mr Caine said the committee could be contacted through the club's Facebook page for more information.
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