LLANDUDNO chairman Andrew Croston has provided an update to supporters on recent developments at the club.

The JD Cymru North side can now see some light at the end of the tunnel with the news of a potential start date in the New Year and their first taste of competitive action in the Nathaniel MG Cup at Holyhead Hotspur on Saturday.

Croston highlighted the importance of community spirit that has been evident across all areas of the Maesdu Park outfit since he took over at the helm, which resulted in the appointment of manager Sean Eardley from Caernarfon Town and plenty of optimism for the future.

He said: “2020 is a year we'll never forget and still challenging times for many.

“That's why all involved at Llandudno FC understand the importance and value we bring to the community, bringing people together to exercise, socialise and for enjoyment.

"Our football is improving across all categories from Juniors, Academy, Ladies and the Senior Team. The principles we continue to establish of One Club, family-focused and with a Pathway to develop and improve players as footballers and as people.

"As we move into the festive period and year-end, best wishes and thank you to all our players, coaches, parents, supporters, sponsors, staff and volunteers.”

Tudno geared up for their weekend cup clash with a 1-1 friendly draw with fellow second-tier side Llangefni Town, with veteran striker Lee Thomas on target for Eardley’s men.