PRESTATYN Town are “currently assessing the best route forward” after the Football Association of Wales suspended the domestic calendar due to the Coronavirus Pandemic.

The runaway JD Cymru North leaders were potentially within two games of securing promotion back to the top-flight before the governing body brought a halt to the season on Friday.

Town boss Neil Gibson, who has masterminded a superb turnaround at the Motion Finance Stadium sine re-joining the club, stated the club are exploring different avenues to ensure standards to not drop upon their return to competitive action in April.

He is also looking at the prospect of smaller group training sessions and individual regimes to keep fitness levels up to standard.

Gibson, said: “We are currently assessing the best route forward.

“We understand why the decision was made as the safety of our loyal supporters, volunteers and players comes first as well as the risk to the wider population.

“In respect of training, we will be looking at the best outcome in order that players fitness levels do not drop but how to do this in the safest way possible to avoid spread of any potential disease.

“A combination of individual training plan and reduced group training will probably be the process we follow.”

The Seasiders’ will also have to wait for their highly anticipated JD Welsh Cup semi-final against defending Cymru Premier champions The New Saints, which is one of the biggest games in the club’s history and will take place on April 5 at the home of Airbus UK Broughton.

They are not due to return to second-tier action until April 11 at Ruthin Town, with their games against Llandudno, Bangor City and Llanrhaeadr-ym-Mochnant needing to be re-arranged.

Gibson’s side enjoy a 16-point cushion at the JD Cymru North summit having played two more times than rivals Flint Town United.