Institute’s second leg of their Irish League promotion/relegation play off with Ballinamallard is back on track after Carrick Rangers Premiership status was confirmed on Wednesday Night.
An IFA Disciplinary Committee opted not to punish the club following a hearing into manager Gary Haveron’s three game touchline ban.
Warrenpoint Town, who were relegated, questioned a suspension given to Haveron claiming he did not properly serve the ban in April so the IFA decided to postponed the play off until an investigation had taken place.
Carrick could have face a points deduction which would have automatically relegate them and move Warrenpoint into the play off place instead of Ballinamallard.
The decision by the committee confirms Warrenpoint Town’s relegation from the Premiership, with the second leg of the Institute Ballinamallard United game now set to be rescheduled.
Ballinamallard lead 2-1 from the first leg which was played at the Riverside Stadium in Drumahoe.