LLANDUDNO FC have postponed Academy training sessions until the end of the month.

The thriving youth system have put back all coaching until the week commencing March 30, which comes after the Football Association of Wales suspended all domestic fixtures until April 4 due to the increasing threat of Coronavirus.

James Parry, head of coaching at the Llandudno Academy, said: “As an academy, the health and wellbeing of our players is a paramount concern.

“With the current viral outbreak of COVID-19 and the FAW moving to postpone all domestic fixtures in Wales, we will also be postponing all training sessions from now until week commencing March 30.

"Our reasoning for this is, if the April 4 date for fixture reinstatement is adhered to, we will likely have games on the 5th, so this at least gives us some time to prepare.

"We will await the ongoing advice from the FAW and Public Health Wales as to our next steps, but this is where we stand at the moment.

“Please be aware the situation is changing hourly so we will update when necessary.

"Finally, in this period of uncertainty, we wish good health to all our players, parents, staff and all their families. Look after yourselves and each other."

Llandudno’s first team squad are set to resume their JD Cymru North campaign at Gresford Athletic on April 4, providing no other measures are implemented by the governing body.

Matthew Jones’ side currently occupy 11th in the standings after winning eight and drawing four of their 23 league games so far this term.