WELSH PREMIER FOOTBALL

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HUWS Gray Alliance champions Prestatyn Town will regain their place in the Welsh Premier League after being awarded the FAW domestic licence today.

It represents a considerable turnaround for the Seasiders who, six months ago, were forced to fundraise £53,000 to stave-off a winding-up order from HM Revenue & Customs.

All 12 current Welsh Premier clubs were successful but Airbus UK Broughton and Rhyl were refused the Uefa licence.

Also successful at today's meeting of the First Instance Body were current Welsh League Division One leaders Barry Town United, who will take their place in the top flight for the first time since 2004 if they finish the season as champions or runners-up.

Bangor City were awarded the UEFA Licence conditionally and must replace a vacant coaching position with someone who holds the appropriate qualification within the required 60 days in accordance with the UEFA Regulations.

Aberystwyth Town and Newtown were both conditionally awarded the FAW domestic and Uefa licenses and must replace a vacant coaching position with someone who holds the appropriate qualification within the required 60 days in accordance with the FAW Domestic and Uefa Regulations.

Flint Town United and Caernarfon Town of the Huws Gray Alliance were also successful in their domestic licence bids, while Haverfordwest County were refused.

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26 April 2017

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