CLUBS operating in the Lock Stock Welsh Alliance have been assured their season will come to a successful conclusion.

The Journal understands that each member of tier three and four were informed by league officials that plans are being formed to ensure all important things are decided when the coronavirus pandemic situation comes to a safe outcome.

The Football Association of Wales extended the suspension of domestic fixtures until April 30, with the possibility of further rulings as social distancing measures intensify to prevent the spread of COVID-19 across the country.

Welsh Alliance officials confirmed to members teams that they will play fixtures throughout June if needed in order that each side fulfils their fixture requirements following the suspension.

This is good news for those chasing promotion places, such as Holyhead Hotspur and Denbigh Town, and will also give clubs some much-needed matchday revenue that has been in short supply in recent weeks.

Many teams operating in the Welsh Alliance structure will have demotion forced upon them next term due to their inability to comply with new FAW regulations.

Formal plans have yet to be announced by Welsh Alliance, but they are set to follow government guidelines surrounding the pandemic situation, which is changing by the day.

They will also need formal approval from the FAW to resume competitive action when it is safe to do so.