Swilly Rovers FC have reversed a decision to withdraw from the Ulster Senior League - and will not now be switching to junior soccer.
The club voted at a meeting on Wednesday night to end a 30 year association with the Ulster Senior League and Intermediate football.
However, the decision was reversed on Thursday night following a special meeting.
It means Swilly will now prepare for the new USL season which starts in August.
They will also advertise for a new manager after Jason Gibson recently stepped down as first team boss.