LLANDUDNO Albion manager Darren Jones is hoping the Football Association of Wales “do everything possible” to ensure the season reaches a successful conclusion.

The Lock Stock Welsh Alliance Division One side are one of many teams that stand to lose the chance of silverware if the governing body decides to follow in the English FA’s footsteps and expunge all results from tier three down.

The Pioneer understands that this is a definite possibility, with further discussions expected between FAW decision-makers in the coming days.

Jones, said: “We are hoping they do everything they can to get the season finished but it’s something we can’t effect.

“In terms of the league, it’s unlikely we could win it now so the impact won’t be as great as it will be on the teams above us looking for promotion and the teams at the bottom.

“If they do finish it, it’ll be interesting to see how, if at all, it will change next year with the new proposed structure and the start dates.”

Any cancellation would deny Albion a chance of national glory in their FAW Trophy final, which was poised to be the biggest game in the club’s short history.

They reached the showcase with a dramatic penalty shootout victory over Holyhead Hotspur at the semi-final stage, and Jones is “praying” the FAW make the necessary decisions to get the final played in the event of any possible cancellation.

“The big one for us is the FAW Trophy final. The lads have worked their socks off this year to get to the final,” added Jones.

“For a lot of the players it will be the biggest game they will have played in and is definitely the biggest game in the club’s history, so we are praying they can do something to get that one played.”