The six clubs remaining in the outstanding 2020 All-Ireland senior club camogie championship have called for the completion of the provincial and national series.
Earlier this week, all clubs narrowly voted in favour of a split season model for 2021 after the Camogie Association polled members to seek a fixtures mandate for 2021.
The result saw 53% of clubs opting for a split season calendar this year, meaning that the inter-county series could be played in two blocks before starting the 2021 club series.
But this decision also meant an incomplete 2020 All-Ireland club series.
Running the 2020 series was possible in the league/club championship/All-Ireland championship fixtures template that was put forward by the Association, but only 47% of respondents voted for this proposal.
The poll result meant that any of the provincial games from last year would be left unfinished and that clubs would miss out on the chance to win provincial and national honours at various levels.
However, the six clubs still involved in the senior 2020 series - Loughiel, Drom and Inch, Thomastown, Inagh Kilnamona, Sarsfields and Oulart- The Ballagh - have written to the Camogie Association this week to seek a window for those competitions to be completed.
They have put forward the dates of 7, 13, 20 and 27 June as four weekends that could see the completion of the senior championship - a proposed fixture schedule that would run in tandem with the 2021 leagues.
The letter states: "The players involved have continued their individual training programmes, despite the difficulties of the pandemic with the expectation that the provincial and All-Ireland series would go ahead and for some this might be the only opportunity that they get to compete at that level.
"We respectfully propose that the senior All-Ireland club championship be completed in June with the final on the last weekend 26/27 June.
"It has long been accepted practice in Gaelic games that the club players still in club championship competition were not expected to line out in inter-county leagues," the letter adds.
"For instance, in the 2019/2020 competition Slaughtneil, Sarsfield's, St Vincent’s or Scariff players did not play with their respective counties during the league."
The Camogie Association has pointed out that the fixtures template which was this week selected by a majority of clubs does not include the completion of the 2020 series.
But the participating clubs say they are still hopeful of finding a solution and finishing the campaign.
The 2021 games calendar opens on Saturday with the Littlewoods Ireland National Camogie League.
The All-Ireland Camogie Championship will take place after the conclusion of the National League, throwing-in on the first weekend of July.
The All-Ireland finals will take place on the weekend of 11/12 September.
Clubs will then have 14 weekends from mid-September to mid-December to play the 2021 domestic series.