CEMAES BAY have been crowned Anglesey League champions for 2019/20, following the Football Association of Wales (FAW)'s decision to curtail the season.

On Tuesday, it was decided that the current campaign would be brought to an end following the coronavirus outbreak showing little signs of easing off.

As a result, the remaining fixtures in every league across Wales were decided via a points per game system (PPG).

This means Cemaes finished on 2.56PPG (16 games played, 41pts), just ahead of Mountain Rangers in second, who had 2.53PPG (15 games played, 38pts).

Elsewhere, Hotspur Reserves finished in third and, for the first time since re-forming in 2017/18, Llandegfan did not finish bottom of the pile.

The full league table was as follows:

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Final Anglesey League standing for 2019/20.

The 2019/20 season will be the Anglesey League's last in its current form, after 125 years of existence, with the FAW set to implement a range of changes across the whole pyramid in 2020/21 season.

Speaking upon winning the division, Bay's manager Darren Thomas took to social media to say: "What can I say, champions of the Anglesey League for the last time, not the way I wanted to win it but in these circumstances we will take it.

"I know I’m biased but I do think we were the best team in the league as we have been top most of the season. I’d like to thank all the players as you are a fantastic bunch of lads and we have had a lot of fun, I’m looking forward to next season already.

"I’d like to thank our chairman Raymond Pritchard for backing me from the start, the whole committee and our amazing grounds man Kevin Hewer without you we wouldn’t have a club. Your hard work day in day out doesn’t go unnoticed.

"To the supporters that come and watch us in every weather, but the main two goes to my assistant Alan Gray without you this wouldn’t have happened. And last but not least, my wife to be Clair Humphreys you see all the nerves and doubt I have and you always believe in me."