CYMRU LEAGUES clubs will submit their preferences on how to finish the 2019/20 campaign by the end of the weekend.

Clubs in the top and second tiers of the game met in virtual meetings on Friday afternoon, the Football Association of Wales' Andrew Howard giving a presentation, described as "informative and well-balanced".

Rumours were circulating immediately after the Cymru North meeting that some clubs had wanted to finish the season, but none of the teams were asked, or indeed gave, a decision on how best to conclude the campaign.

Instead, all clubs were asked to consider various proposals put forward by the FAW and submit a preference by midday on Sunday (May 17).

In a statement posted on Flint Town United's official website, the Silkmen, hoping to secure promotion to the top-flight as runners-up said that chairman Darryl Williams described the meeting as "respectful and courteous".

Andy Morrison's Connah's Quay Nomads are four points clear at the top of the Cymru Premier as they look to end The New Saints' dominance on the division.

Nomads boss Morrison, believed to have been in the Cymru Premier meeting, tweeted: "Just finished a monster session in the gym feel fantastic.

"End to a great day had a few hours to reflect on things and have never felt so relaxed and confident with regards to putting your trust In the process."