WEYMOUTH will continue their National League season and could be safe from relegation, after voting on the outcome of the campaign was concluded.

The result still needs to be ratified by the FA, but is expected to pass through smoothly.

It means the Terras could be set for a second straight season in non-League's top flight.

Step 2 clubs in the National League North and South have voted to null and void their season.

Crucially, clubs voted in favour of Resolution 1, which called for teams in each division to decide their own fate, also ruling out null and void for Steps 1 and 2.

Resolution 2, to end the National League, was not passed with seven of the 23 clubs voting for and 13 against.

Two clubs from the National League are yet to vote, but their numbers cannot affect the voting.

Resolution 3 saw 24 of the 43 clubs at Step 2 vote to end the campaign.

Pivotally for Weymouth, this resolution also seeks to suspend promotion and relegation to and from the National League.

Brian Stock's men are therefore expected to stay in the division should the FA ratify the vote.

Weymouth, who won back-to-back promotions to rise into the National League, are currently out of the relegation zone in 20th place.

The Terras host Solihull Moors on Saturday (3pm).