The JSP believes the Athletic Union League are considering scrapping Premier B.
The Dublin league meet with clubs on Monday night and discussed the possibility of running with just one premier division next season, Premier A.
The JSP has been informed the league called for a meeting with the clubs currently making up a Premier B division that is set to kick off this month in a bid to agree another restructure.
The committee were looking for three of the current Premier B crop to agree to compete in a new look Premier A, while they hope to place the remaining five clubs in Superior Racking Division 1 Sunday.
The news comes after conformation both Howth Celtic and Ely Woodlawn have withdrawn their Sunday sides from the AUL top flight, meaning only eight divisions populate the league.
In fairness to the AUL those decision were made after internal issues within both clubs, but it comes on the back of a bad few years for what was once deemed the jewel of the Junior football crown in Ireland.
Over the last number of years clubs have defected to the LSL and when the by now infamous ‘AUL eight’ left in the Summer of 2017 things got worrying for the league. Indeed, things became heated when an attempt was made to block some teams from making the switch, forcing some to appeal to the LFL.
There was then talk of an LSL AUL merger , only for the Leinster Senior League members to knock that back and rumour the AUL top flight would be granted Intermediate status or the victory of the division could progress to LSL Intermediate ranks- all of which haven’t materialized.
It now seems the AUL will explore the option of one Premier Division, which in fairness considering it boasts the likes of Sheriff YC and Usher Celtic may still have a say in all things FAI Junior Cup.