Llandudno relegated from the Welsh Premier League
Llandudno will be playing in the Cymru Alliance next season after being relegated from the Welsh Premier League this afternoon.
Goals in the first half from Mael Davies and Liam Thomas for Carmarthen Town made it an uphill task for Llandudno to fight back from and they didn’t give the Old Gold a reply.
It bring to an end a four-year association with the Welsh Premier League. During their time they qualified for the UEFA Europa League in their first season.
The Seasiders had obtained the Tier One Licence to remain in the Division but after Cymru Alliance champions Airbus UK Broughton and Welsh League leaders Penybont also achieved necessary criteria, Llandudno had to perform on the pitch.
Llanelli Town were relegated on Thursday after failing to obtain the license. They lost to Aberystwyth Town at Park Avenue on Friday night.
They will now have to see out the season with fixtures against Cardiff Metropolitan, Cefn Druids and Llanelli Town.
Llandudno do have a local derby to look forward to next season as Colwyn Bay make a return to the Welsh pyramid system. (Featured Image: Colin Ewart)