PROMOTION is still to be decided but that hasn’t stopped teams throughout the domestic game celebrating title success.

Connah’s Quay Nomads have completed a treble as their first-team secured the Cymru Premier title, their Under-19s wrapped up the Development League North and the Under-18s were crowned Welsh National League Reserves and Colts Division champions.

Nomads secured the title on their debut season in the Welsh National League set-up having joined Airbus, who finished second, in switching from the North East Wales League.

Head coach Matt Sampson was delighted to see his young guns follow the lead of their older club-mates.

Sampson said: “It’s great, not just for me and the coaches, but it’s what the players deserve. The amount of work and the sacrifices they’ve made through the season.

“There are no complaints, and as far as I’m concerned, we are the best team in that league, and that’s saying something because there are a lot of big teams in that league.

“The way that it’s completed a trilogy for us as a senior phase is brilliant.”

John Haseldin’s Holywell Town secured the Welsh National Premier Division title and Hawarden Rangers wrapped up the Division One trophy.

In the Reserves Division, Mold Alex secured top spot after 14 wins from 19 games.

Alex reserve team manager Dale Selvester said: “We are delighted to be confirmed as champions of the Reserve Division.

“Obviously, we would have loved to have played the season out, but with the the current situation that was not possible and in all honesty common-sense prevailed.

“Our lads have worked so hard on and off the pitch and they have now been rewarded for their efforts.

“Our objective was to win this league and get to the League Cup final. With all cup games now cancelled we did make it to the semi-finals so in all fairness we achieved what we set out to do.

“I honestly do think this is a very difficult league to win due to teams we play having first teams playing at such a high level.

“We have competed against some strong teams who have fielded a numerous amount of first team players against us.

“I would like to thank everyone involved at Mold Alex for their help and support during the season at the club and for supporting myself and Steve Wright in our first season in management at this brilliant club.”

Assistant boss Wright echoed the thoughts of Selvester, saying: “When Dale and I came to Mold we already knew how competitive the Reserve Division is.

“Historically it’s difficult to win as so many teams use it as an opportunity to field first team players, or in fact as we encountered this season, the whole first team fulfilling reserve fixtures.

“So to say that we are absolutely made up with winning the league is an understatement.

“The squad we brought with us and added to has gelled really well, they have worked tirelessly for each other and shown great team spirit in grinding out some results.”

Prestatyn Town are Cymru North champions, while in the Welsh Alliance, Holyhead Hotspur secured the Division One title, with Y Felinheli landing the Division Two crown.

Chirk Town secured the North East Wales League Premier Division title ahead of Brymbo Victoria.

A statement on Chirk’s Facebook page read: “We have been crowned champions, not the way we would have liked, would rather it be on the pitch all together.

“It has been a tough old season and the lads have been through a lot, we have stuck by one another and completed the job we started, it’s important we don’t stand still and prepare for the challenge next season.”

In the Veterans Premier Division, Caerwys landed top spot ahead of Shotton Steel, while Lex XI were crowned Division One champions with Holt and Farndon finishing as runners up.