The National Leagues Board (NLB) has today confirmed that it has revised the intended Return to Play date for the second tier of the National League system for the 2020-21 season.
Following the Welsh Government announcement that the country would remain at Alert Level 4 and the second tier not having its ‘Elite Status’ reinstated by the National Sports Group, the NLB revised its proposed return to play date for the Tier 2 competitions.
Consequently, should the Welsh Government reduce the National Alert Level to 3 at the next Welsh Government Coronavirus Review, or should the Tier 2 leagues have its ‘Elite Status’ reinstated, whichever comes soonest, the leagues will resume on the weekend of the 26/27th March 2021.
JD Cymru South & North
To continue under ‘Elite Status’.
Playing Calendar: 26th March to 29th May.
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