RHYL FC have confirmed their own measures following the Football Association of Wales’ decision to suspend all domestic league fixtures.

The JD Cymru North side will not be holding organised training during the period until April 4, and there will be no team social events, group funding activities or meetings between players and staff.

These measures were put in place to “support the avoidance of social distancing” as fears continue to grow surrounding the Coronavirus Pandemic.

This will apply to the first team and the Lilywhites’ Academy prospects, with the club due to play Conwy Borough this Saturday at the Educate Group Stadium before the FAW announced the ruling.

A Rhyl FC spokesman, said: “Any players displaying symptoms, or with family members displaying symptoms, must notify their age group manager.

“Communication will be made discretely to other players and parents of potential infection arising from recent fixtures/training.

“In the meanwhile, all coaches are to, where possible, provide individual skill acquisition or fitness goals to players to achieve in isolation of training.

“Any amendment to this for players/parents will be communicated via the respective managers and social media.

“The club would also encourage all volunteers for the club to adopt these principles and where they show signs of displaying symptoms to contact club officials as appropriate.

“This approach to social distancing will seek to assist with the containment of Coronavirus.”

Eddie Maurice-Jones’ side are set to resume their second-tier campaign on April 11 with a trip to Buckley Town, who are still in relegation trouble despite having a significant number of games in hand on their rivals.

The Lilies’ sit in ninth spot after winning 11 and drawing two of their 25 league games so far.