The eight clubs that have elected to move from the AUL to the LSL this summer should know what divisions they will begin Leinster Senior League life in before the weekend is out.
The LSL committee are holding a meeting later this week with a plan to format the league for next season.
Kilbarrack United, Ayrfield United, Castleknock Celtic, Trinity Donaghmeade, Whitehall Rangers, Ashbourne United, DAA and Donore FC will be the clubs most eager to see the outcome.
All eight should know where they start on the LSL ladder and what league they will compete in.
Over recent season a host of migrating clubs have been placed in various different leagues, but the LSL seemed to put in stricter rules regarding new sides entering the league last season.
In what looks like a fair formula particularly for existing LSL sides the powers that be granted Major status to new arrivals.
This seasons Leinster Junior Cup winners Collinstown were placed in Major 1 alongside St Kevins and former CCFL side Willow Park while Real Transilvania were placed a division below.
With eight teams moving into the league the JSP believes all regrading of current sides has been halted- and with a varying levels of now former AUL teams to be placed in the league for the forthcoming season a similar approach to last is most likely to be used.