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Colwyn Bay win right to remain in Cymru North at the second attempt

Colwyn Bay take on Rhyl (white) last season

Colwyn Bay have won their appeal for the right to compete in Cymru North for the 2020/2021 season.

The Seagulls’ initial application for FAW Tier 2 Certification – mandatory to participate at that level – was rejected.

Bay, Caerau Ely, Llanelli Town and STM Sports were refused Tier 2 Certification by the independent Tier 2 First Instance Body on 7 May and submitted their appeals in accordance with FAW Tier 2 Compliance Regulations.

Following the conclusion of the Appeals Body meeting, the following clubs were awarded Tier 2 Certification for 2020/2021: Colwyn Bay, Caerau Ely
and Llanelli Town.

STM Sports were refused.

Colwyn Bay finished fourth in Cymru North this season. It was their first season back in Welsh football after a 35-year absence where they played in the English pyramid.

Below is confirmation of the 44 clubs who have received Tier 2 Certification for the 2020/2021 season:

JD Cymru North (16)
Bangor City
Buckley Town
Colwyn Bay
Conwy Borough
Corwen
Flint Town United
Gresford Athletic
Guilsfield
Llandudno
Llanfair United
Llangefni
Llanrhaeadr ym Mochnant
Penrhyncoch
Porthmadog
Prestatyn Town
Ruthin Town

JD Cymru South (15)
Afan Lido
Ammanford AFC
Briton Ferry Llansawel
Caerau Ely
Cambrian & Clydach Vale BGC
Cwmamman United
Cwmbran Celtic
Goytre United
Haverfordwest County
Llanelli Town
Llantwit Major
Pontypridd Town
Swansea University
Taffs Well
Undy Athletic

Welsh National League (Wrexham Area) (2)
Holywell Town
Mold Alexandra

Welsh Alliance League (2)
Holyhead Hotspur
Denbigh Town

Mid Wales League (2)
Llanidloes
Berriew

Welsh Football League Division One (7)
Caldicot Town
Goytre
Pontardawe Town
Port Talbot Town
Risca United
Ton Pentre
Trefelin BGC

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