BODEDERN have decided to resign from the Cymru Alliance because of a shortage of players.
The Anglesey outfit were forced to call-off their scheduled visit to Gap Queens Park on Saturday with only nine players available for the trip to Wrexham.
The club's committee faced three options - to retain one team in the Cymru Alliance, or one team in the Gwynedd League, or continue with two sides.
However, club secretary Colin Smith confirmed that, following a meeting on Monday night, it was unanimously decided to resign from the second tier of Welsh football.
"After much debate and reasoning we reached a unanimous decision to resign from the Cymru Alliance League and rebuild from a more solid position in the Gwynedd League. Any delay making this decision would have resulted in further financial damage to the club that we cannot afford at this time," says the club's letter to the Alliance.
"We regret to have no choice but to have made this decision and would like to thank all those who have helped during our struggle recently, sadly this was our only choice, we look forward to the future and will carry on enjoying our sport."
Bodedern gained promotion as Welsh Alliance champions in 2004/05 but have struggled this year and were winless and bottom of the table with just three points.
16 October 2007