Llan left to wait it out
LLANFAIRPWLL’S destiny as top flight members of the North Wales Coast League is out of their hands and whether they will be relegated, or escape the drop, will be decided elsewhere.
Geraint Booth’s third-from-bottom side, who crashed to a 9-3 defeat at Conwy A in their final Division A fixture, despite the captain himself returning 21-6 and John Evans 21-9, now have to look to others.
Llanfairpwll hope arch rivals Beaumaris A can do them a favour by securing a result in their delayed final outing – and the ultimate relegation showdown – at Craig-y-Don A.
Beaumaris A have 117 points and are safe, Llanfairpwll 116 and in danger, Craig-y-Don A 111 are also threatened, while Denbigh A on 80 are down. In Division B, uncertainty has arisen over whether Bethesda will be relegated, despite having finished next to bottom, above Benllech.
Rhuddlan’s resignation left the division short of one team and that should be recognised as causing a vacancy, say some.