Swilly Rovers will join the Donegal League next season, four months after their withdrawal from the Ulster Senior League.
Confirmation of the move to the Donegal League’s Division Two was made on Friday to Donegal Sport Hub, following several weeks of talks between the relevant parties.
It is understood that the Ramelton club’s application to join the Sunday league was initially rejected before gaining access through an appeal process.
Swilly had claimed just one point during a difficult season, which saw Tony McNamee step down as manager earlier in the year.
Swilly had shipped some heavy defeats and an 11-0 home loss to Finn Harps Reserves was the final straw.
Rovers were winners of the USL in the 1999/2000 season, but endured a troubled spell since back-to-back Knockalla Caravans Senior Cup wins in 2013 and 2014.
Meanwhile, Copany Rovers have left the Donegal Sunday League and will field a team in the Saturday league next season.
And Ballybofey United and Cranford United have also registered reserve teams for the Saturday league for next year.