THE FOOTBALL Association of Wales have cancelled the domestic season due to the coronavirus pandemic.

The governing body met virtually on Tuesday afternoon after giving out a questionnaire to the top three clubs last week. After weeks of deliberation, they finally came to the conclusion that no remaining fixtures should take place across all leagues, according to BBC Sport.

This means Connah’s Quay Nomads have officially ended The New Saints’ domination of JD Cymru North after being crowned champions. The same applies for Prestatyn Town, although it is yet to be determined whether there will be any promotion or relegation this season.

The FAW have also scrapped the JD Welsh Cup, which was at the semi-final stage and was set to feature TNS, Prestatyn, Caernarfon Town and Cardiff Met.

The Journal understands there was a proposal in place to hold the remaining cup fixtures over a 4-5 day period at the Cardiff City Stadium behind closed doors, where players would have been tested before the semi-finals and final.

This has not come to fruition, leaving the Nomads, TNS, Bala Town and Barry Town United as the European qualifiers from the season.