South Sydney Rabbitohs and Cronulla Sharks will meet with Todd Greenberg on Tuesday to reach an agreement to be included in the 2019 competition and ask the NRL to make a ruling on pilfering players.
Souths chairman Nick Pappas and CEO Blake Solly along with Sharks Chairman Dino Mezzatesta and CEO Barry Russell will come together at League Central.
After being controversially overlooked for an NRL Women's license in the inaugural season Sharks and Rabbitohs have been trying to protect the players they have developed from being poached.
Both clubs want to continue providing a development and professional pathway for the women and girls at their respective clubs.
A major concern for both teams has been the reported sighting of Sydney Roosters recruitment staff at Sharks and Rabbitohs games, trying to sign their players, the Daily Telegraph wrote this morning.
The meeting will also be used to find an explanation as to why both teams didn't receive a license with "geographical spread" being the only the reasons the NRL have given as to why they weren't successful in their bids.