YORK City Knights' wait to discover how their season will be resolved continues to go on after the latest meeting of clubs.

Betfred Championship and League 1 clubs held a forum on Thursday over the resolution of the 2020 season amid the coronavirus pandemic, which has seen rugby league suspended since mid-March.

However, it is thought that the clubs are split over whether or not there should be a restart in action this year.

Clubs outside the Betfred Super League will now be asked to fill out a survey before an RFL board meeting on July 6.

The RFL statement read: "Betfred Championship and League 1 clubs held a scheduled Forum via video conference today, chaired by Simon Johnson, RFL Chair.

"The clubs discussed a range of issues, with the main topic of discussion to consider options for the 2020 season, following its suspension on March 16.

"Reports from the two working groups that had been set up at the last Forum, in mid-May, were presented – one on cost and logistics, the other on revenue opportunities.

"A range of views were expressed by clubs, both on the issues involved – now involving the possible return of crowds to sport later in the year - and on when a decision should be made regarding the 2020 season.

"The clubs will now be invited to present their views formally via a survey, and those views will be carried forward to the next RFL Board meeting on July 6.

"Clubs also considered a presentation on recommendations from the RFL Laws Committee meeting earlier this month, focusing on the reasons for changes recommended for the 2020 season – which will also be carried forward to the July RFL Board meeting."