CONNAH'S QUAY NOMADS have ended The New Saints' domestic dominance after being crowned Cymru Premier champions.

The Football Association of Wales have confirmed the end of the 2019/20 Cymru Leagues season due to the coronavirus pandemic.

And the powers-that-be have decided to complete the outstanding fixtures via an unweighted points per game method, meaning that Nomads have ended Saints' run of eight successive titles, dating back to the 2011/12 season.

Andy Morrison's Nomads will now compete in the Champions League for the first time in the club's history, with runners up Saints, Bala, in third, and fourth-placed Barry Town in the Europa League.

Gavin Chesterfield's Barry take the final European place after the Welsh Cup was abandoned at the semi-final stage.

With the Welsh Cup indefinitely postponed it means Nomads have completed a clean sweep of domestic honours, adding the title to the League Cup they won with victory over STM Sports.

Striker Jamie Insall insists his side deserved to win the league, which they led by four points with six games remaining when the campaign was ended abruptly.

He tweeted: "Wow what an achievement. Not the way we wanted to win it but based on the season up until now with only six games left we were definitely worthy winners.

"I came here to win the league... a task which some thought was unreachable let alone unthinkable.

"So proud to be part of this historic moment in Welsh football.

"The things we have achieved this season are mind blowing.

"This side had a dream... and my God didn't we deserve it."