Rhyl and District Sunday League table amended after withdrawal of The Alex

Action from Royal Oak v FC Mally (pink and black) last Sunday. Both these teams are heavily involved in the title race. Picture: MATT JOHNSON

The Rhyl and District Sunday Football League has been revised following the late withdrawal of bottom side The Alex.

The departing team had played nine matches, winning two, but had been deducted nine points for transgressing league rules.

All The Alex’s results are now expunged, leaving the league with eight teams.

This is the new table….

This Sunday’s fixtures (April 3 – 11 am kick-offs)

Six Bells v FC Mally
Y Clwb v Millbank
Bar Bow v Royal Oak
Rhyl Wanderers v Conwy Comrades

Remaining fixtures for top 5 (all teams will play 14 matches)

Royal Oak – P 11 PTS 19 (GD 26)
Home – Y Clwb; Away – Bar Bow, Conwy Comrades

Conwy Comrades P 11 PTS 19 (6)
Home – Royal Oak; Away – Rhyl Wanderers, Y Clwb

FC Mally P 9 PTS 17 (11)
Home – Bar Bow, Y Clwb, Six Bells; Away – Y Clwb, Six Bells

Millbank P 12 PTS 17 (-1)
Home – Bar Bow; Away – Y Clwb

Y Clwb P 9 PTS 16 (2)
Home – Conwy Comrades, Millbank, FC Mally; Away – Royal Oak, FC Mally

CUP FINALS

NWCFA CHALLENGE CUP FINAL
FC Mally v Y Clwb

LEE JONES TROPHY FINAL
FC Mally v Conwy Comrades

PREMIER CUP FINAL
FC Mally v Y Clwb

MATTY PEREZ CUP FINAL
Royal Oak v Conwy Comrades

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