THE SPL have delayed a vote on proposed changes to the top flight's voting structure until April 30.
A meeting took place at Hampden yesterday, with the 10 non-Old Firm clubs keen to scrap the current 11-1 majority system that has been in place since its inception more than a decade ago.
The so called 'rebel 10' want a 9-3 structure installed to reduce any perceived advantage Rangers and Celtic have on the decision making process. But the issue has been put on hold until the end of the month.
St Mirren chairman Stewart Gilmour said: "It has been adjourned until April 30. We didn't discuss the voting structure at all.
"Everybody was present today and it was a good, positive meeting."
Meanwhile, the league have unanimously approved plans to introduce an Under-20 league from next season.
The proposal was part of Scottish Football Association performance director Mark Wotte's review of the Elite Player Pathway and will come into play next year.
Every top-flight club will participate, while teams from the Scottish Football League could also invited to take part in the new league setup.
Neil Doncaster, SPL chief executive, said: "I would hope this goes some way to reducing the development gap between the current Under-19 League and the Premier League."