ST MARGARET'S secretary David Doran believes that the club's sponsored motion to enter a combined Fingal team in next year's senior championship can succeed if given a chance.The motion was due to be discussed at a county board meeting last night in Parnell Park with the possibility of going before the club delegates at the AGM next week. And Doran is hoping that with enough good will, Fingal will once more be represented at the top grade. 'It will take a leap of faith, and a bit of will to make it happen. If people want to focus on the problems instead of the positive then that will win out.' A possible stumbling block is that the Dublin County Board has gone with a set 32 teams for next year's championship. Under the new structure those who went through to the last 16 (Pool A) are pitted against those who didn't (Pool B). From there the losers go into a relegation type championship while the winners enter a separate championship. Margarets revised their amendment to allow for a preliminary round and this may not go down well with some teams who would face an additional tie. However Doran believes this is an obstacle that can be overcome. 'Apart from the smooth running of the fixture list which we are in favour of ourselves, we haven't heard an argument against it. 'Most of the players would come from teams playing in the Junior Championship and we don't envisage any problems combining the two championships together. Its not rocket science and with a bit of imagination it can be overcome.' Along with the original 13 clubs who added their support, Binn Eadair have also approached Margarets with a view to coming on board. And Margarets are welcoming anyone else interested to approach them if interested. 'Basically anyone else within remit of the proposal is welcome to come on board. We are looking at small clubs from the area. Most have a rural background and basically the proposal is aimed at giving players with the ability from smaller clubs the chance to play at a higher grade'. 'So hopefully the motion gets a fair hearing and is debated properly at the AGM if cleared by the County Board.'