Best-ranked qualifiers will more than likely host Newcastle District Cricket Association finals across all three formats this season with upgrade works at No.1 Sportsground already underway.
As of Wednesday the iconic fence, yellow in colour and picket in style, at the city's main cricket venue was in the process of being removed.
It comes ahead of the KISS music concert at No.1 during next month's Supercars event and potential improvements to the facility slated by Newcastle City Council.
No cricket fixtures have been scheduled for the venue during 2019-2020.
This includes deciders, traditionally held at No.1, for the top T20, one-day and two-day competitions.
NDCA haven't allocated grounds for those finals, instead waiting to see what teams make the showdowns and who the most appropriate host would be.
The higher-placed team would probably be rewarded. A similar system is used in Sydney.
Tom Locker Cup (one-day) will provide the first potential use of that theory next month followed by T20 and two-day finals in the new year.
* NEWCASTLE'S women's representative team didn't just impress with bat and ball in Sunday's historic first T20 Regional Bash victory.
Blasters coach Steve Taylor said his side completed four run outs against hosts the Rush on the Central Coast and threw down the stumps on several more occasions.
Newcastle, who won the inaugural game by eight wickets with 6.4 overs to spare, now advance to the semi-finals at the SCG on January 21.