Llan left to wait it out

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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.

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