PLANS are being formed to extend the domestic football season for JD Cymru North clubs.

The Journal understands that each club from North and South has received a fixture proposal that would see competitive fixtures played throughout June.

This is dependent on whether or not the Football Association of Wales lift the ban on domestic fixtures due to the coronavirus pandemic, with an extension to the cancellation also possible given the current severity of the crisis.

The plan is for the league to resume again in June, playing midweek and weekends that would hopefully bring it to a successful resolution by June 27.

This would be a massive boost to clubs like Prestatyn Town, who are within touching distance of securing promotion back to JD Cymru Premier level at the second time of asking.

A similar solution is also set to involve top-flight clubs and could see the JD Welsh Cup winner also crowned during this period.

The FAW are currently in discussions regarding the possible season cancellation for everyone in Lock Stock Welsh Alliance Division One down to the Vale of Clwyd and Conwy League Division One and Anglesey League.

This would mean here will be no promotion or relegation to and from tier two level this season if the governing body decide to take the lead implemented by the English Football Association last week.

Teams such as Llanfair United, Corwen, Porthmadog and Llangefni Town would be given a reprieve from the drop, with promotion-chasing duo Denbigh Town and Holyhead Hotspur left frustrated.