ADELAIDE, AUSTRALIA - MARCH 27: A general view of play showing the shot clock during the round one AFL match between the Port Adelaide Power and the St Kilda Saints at Adelaide Oval on March 27, 2016 in Adelaide, Australia. (Photo by Daniel Kalisz/Getty Images)

AFL reporter Tom Browne revealed on Triple M’s Hot Breakfast the potential rule changes discussed as part of a two-day summit in country Victoria, where league CEO Gillon McLachlan invited all club CEOs.

“I’ll start with no shot clocks for shots outside 50 metres,” Browne said.

A rule that would disallow players from running down the shot clock at a particularly important time of a match.

“To speed the game, you wouldn’t get the 30 seconds.”

Another potential rule, Browne said “20 metre kicks were again discussed”.

Breakfast host Luke Darcy stated that a change from 15m to 20m kicks as legal would speed the game up, removing the small, slow kick to kicks.

Browne revealed another point of discussion, with a change in the way the boundary umpires bring the ball back into play, saying that they will likely now come 5m into the field of play to fast-track game-play.

Finally, the committee meeting held by the AFL again looked into the State of Origin format, after the decision to axe pre-season competition AFLX earlier this week.

To have AFL reserves, a nation-wide league for every clubs second-grade team was a topic that didn’t garner any support.

New rules will likely be trailed throughout pre-season matches.