The Leinster Senior League are sticking with their policy of using the Major Saturday champions as their Oscar Traynor representation this season.
It has been confirmed this week the LSL will continue with the unique approach and use a team base for the inter league competition rather than set up a broader selection system.
As a result it means Crumlin United’s Saturday side will once again represent the LSL in a contest that for some reason has lost a bit of gloss in recent years.
The successful Saturday side have taken the role as LSL representation in the Junior competition for the last four years and will do so again this season.
The Crumlin management team can select from across the Junior base and may look to add players from the strong Major Sunday divisions.
The contest is set to kick off next month and will operate on a knock out rather and round robin basis this term.