CPD LLANRWST FC manager Barry Owen has left the club due to "personal reasons", a club statement said.

Owen, who played for the juniors and seniors before going on to manage the side, said in a statement that it had been an "absolute honour" to lead the side.

A Llanrwst FC spokesperson said: "Today we announce the departure of our manager Barry Owen due to personal reasons.

"We would like to thank Barry for all he has done for Llanrwst United over the years.

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"Your hard work and determination to carry the club forward was nothing short of amazing - diolch Barry."

Barry Owen said in a post on social media: "It’s been an absolutely honour and a dream come true.

"I’ve played for the juniors, through to the seniors, I’ve captained the club, managed the reserves and been an assistant manager before taking over as manager on two occasions.

"On both occasions, I think that I’ve left the club as title contenders.

Something I’m very proud of, but sad as I haven’t been able to see it through."

He went on to thank players, supporters and staff at the club.