It might not be as dramatic a Formation meeting as last year, but it could still prove interesting when the AUL Committee and representatives from each club meet this Thursday.
The powers that be in the AUL will reveal the make up of their division structure for the 2018/19 and confirm which teams will play in which league.
With eight teams departing for the LSL last Summer the AUL were forced into a massive shake up. Premier C was scrapped in attempt to retain a strong top two tiers and individual teams were moved around to fill big holes left by the likes of Kilbarrack United and Collinstown.
The departures haven’t been as hurtful this season but six teams have left, five to the LSL and Donnycarney have merged with Killester meaning there will be some reshuffling.
With Donnycarney now out of the Premier A line up there is one spot up for grabs in the AUL top flight.
However, it’s Premier B that will make for the most interesting reading as East Wall Rovers and Rivervalley Rangers will both play in the LSL next season.