TWO AUL Premier sides have jumped League ship and joined former Premier A outfit Ballymun United by electing to compete in the Leinster Senior League next season.
Corduff FC and Hartstown-Hunstown will as of next season compete in the LSL in yet to be confirmed Divisions.
The West Dublin outfits follow the example of Ballymun and will be joined by AFL side Glasnevin in a league that offers passage to Intermediate status.
The moves raise questions surrounding Premier A, B and C promotions and relegations and it has become difficult to predict the make up of the top two division next term.
Corduff currently sit fourth in the Premier B just one point and one place above near by rivals Hartstown but with three games in hand.