BANGOR City are not finished regarding their points deduction appeal process.

Despite the club avoiding relegation after having their original 42-point deduction halved by the Football Association of Wales at a special hearing, they will now be taking their case to the Court of Arbitration for Sport in a bid to “clear the name of the club”.

However, the Citizens’ will need to attend the Independent Arbitration Panel hearing first, as CAS rules state: "A party may lodge an appeal only if it has exhausted all the internal remedies of the sports organisation concerned."

This announcement came just hours before a fresh charge regarding player ineligibility was revealed, something that has plunged their second-tier future into doubt once again.

The latest allegation surrounds their March 22 Huws Gray Alliance encounter against Prestatyn Town, and any further points deduction would see them relegated pending what is sure to be yet another fight against any ruling.

Chris O’Neal will once again represent City at the hearing, with the former councillor looking for a similar result to the one obtained at the initial FAW hearing.

A club spokesman, said: “Bangor City Football Club can confirm it has submitted an appeal notice to the Football Association of Wales regarding its 21-point deduction.

“The club, which stayed in the newly-named Welsh Championship North as a result of the ruling, was found guilty of seven charges and fined a total of £700.

“The appeal submitted to the FAW on Monday was to take the case to the Court of Arbitration for Sport to clear the name of the club.

“No further comment will be made at this stage.”