Final League Standings As detailed in the correspondence sent out on May 12th concerning the curtailment of mini, junior and youth football,
The Football Association of Wales Board of Directors (the FAW Board) would meet later this month to discuss the conclusion and method of ending the season.
The FAW Board met yesterday and agreed that to determine final league standings will be via the points per game method across all levels of football, which includes junior and youth.
To determine final league standings: The number of points gained in the 2019/20 League table, is divided by the number of matches played in the 2019/20 League table, to determine a Points Per Game (PPG) total for every Club.
Where two or more Clubs are on the same PPG total, the same methodology is applied for Goal Difference and so on, but this should be in accordance with the respective League Rules of how clubs with equal number of points are separated.
Based on this the formula the Champions and Runners Up:
U12 Champions Llandudno Jun Harriers & Runners up Conwy Borough
U14 Champions Penrhyn Bay Snrs & Runners up Llandudno
U16 Champions Llandudno Swifts & Runners Up Llandudno
We are fully aware that this is not the outcome that we all wanted, but we have to follow the directive set out by the FAW.
Please can the Secretaries of the above teams let me have the number of registered players. Trophies will then be arranged and delivered to you as soon as possible Thank you
Following a recommendation from the FAW’s Community Game Board, the FAW Board of Directors has ratified the curtailment of mini, junior and youth football leagues in Wales.
Meanwhile, the FAW’s National League Board has also taken the same decision with the academy football leagues.
As a result, this brings an end to the 2019/20 season with immediate effect due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
A decision on the conclusion and method of ending the season will be discussed further by the FAW Board of Directors in due course and communicated to the Area Associations thereafter.
The FAW is fully aware of the impact this will have but the health and safety of all fans, players, volunteers and stakeholders are of paramount importance.
The 2020/2021 season will only start when it is safe to do so, therefore a start date is not possible to confirm at this time.