COLWYN Bay forward Toby Jones does not believe there should be any promotion or relegation if the domestic season is cancelled due to the coronavirus pandemic.

The talented player has made a big impression at the Seagulls’ since arriving from JD Cymru North rivals Llandudno last summer, with Jones’ contribution coming on significantly since the turn of the year.

With the Football Association of Wales officials set for a crunch virtual meeting with clubs across the country this week to determining the campaign’s outcome, Jones stated it “would not be fair” to allocate any promotion or relegation with plenty of games still to play.

He said: “I think if we can get the season completed before next season is due to start and there is enough time for the FAW to arrange fixtures, that would be brilliant.

“However, if that proves to be not possible then personally, I think the season should be declared null and void.

"I don't think you can base it on a points per game system and I personally believe that if it is deemed void then no teams should be promoted or relegated.

"I just don't think that it would be fair without matches being finalised."

The former Wales C international has featured in all but two games this season for Craig Hogg’s men during a fine start to life back in the domestic system after a three-decade stint within the English structure.

Jones highlighted a strong bond within the dressing room as a key component behind their success, something that is continuing despite social distancing measures.

"My favourite moments of the season have been turning up to every home match,” he added.

“It is nice knowing it’s a grass pitch and groundsman Elfyn Jones will have it spot on, and the fans will be right behind us come kick off.

“The lads are constantly chatting away in the group and hammering each other on a daily basis. We all get on really well which is rare in a dressing room. It will be nice to get back at it with the lads as soon as the lockdown is lifted."