The make-up of the Donegal League was revealed this week with Strand Rovers from Maghery the new entrants next month.
They will compete in the Glencar Inn Saturday Division Two with Arranmore United, who have made the switch from Sunday football, while St Catherine’s reserves will compete in the Old Orchard Inn Division One.
Kilmacrennan Celtic will not be fielding a reserve team this season.
Deele Harps have opted to rejoin Sunday football and will play in the CT Ball Division Two.
There are eight groups in the Brian McCormick Sports Cup.
Letterkenny area 1 - Bonagee, Rathmullan, Mulroy, Kerrykeel, Orchard.
Letterkenny area 2 - Glencar. Milford, Kilmacrennan, Ramelton, Whitestrand.
Gweedore area 1 - Keadue, Dunlewey, Arranmore, Strand Rovers.
Gweedore area 2 - Gweedore United, Glenea, Gweedore Celtic, Cranford.
Lifford area 1 - Convoy, Lifford, Deele Harps, Castlefin, Tullyvinny.
Lifford area 2 - Lagan, Ballybofey, Drumoghill FC, Raphoe, Curragh.
Donegal area 1 - Donegal Town, Dunkineely, Eany, Fintown, Drumbar, Cappry.
Donegal area 2 - Letterbarrow, Donegal Town reserves, St Caherine’s, Erne, Copany.
The Downtown Cup:
The competition will contain four groups.
Group A - Glenea United reserves, Donegal Town reserves, Fintown Harps, Curragh Athletic and Milford United.
Group B - Glencar Celtic, Tullyvinney Rovers, Ramelton Mariners, Arranmore United and Erne Wanderers.
Group C - Keadue Rovers, Glenree United, Mulroy Celtic, Gweedore United and Orchard United.
Group D - St Catherine’s reserves, Cranford United, Strand Rovers and Castlefin Celtic.