Aberdeen Warriors have confirmed they will be returning to action in 2022 after a couple of years out of the game.
The Warriors came into the Scottish set up in 2011, but folded during the 2017 season, just a year after winning their fourth straight title.
They have confirmed they will enter the Scottish set up again. They will also not be taking the spot left in the North East Mens League by Edinburgh Eagles, who will play in Euro XIII.
Chairman Mike Wallace told League Writes: “We are planning to return to the Scottish based League.
“Couple of reasons for that, we think it’s important for the development of the game in Scotland that we compete here.
“Secondly, with the club being back in its infancy we think it is important we build it correctly and sustainably to make sure we can be competitive.
“Finally, money. Being in the North East of Scotland makes it significantly more expensive to compete in the North East of England.”