RHYL Ladies how vowed to continue despite the club taking the difficult decision to begin winding up proceedings.

The Lilywhites’ women’s and girls’ section confirmed to The Journal that their intention is to “hopefully continue” whenever the Football Association of Wales come to a final decision on a possible resumption of the season when coronavirus social distancing measures are relaxed.

This represents positive news for female players in the town, who grew increasingly concerned whether their club would possibly disband following the recent turn of events.

One question surrounding the continuation is a possible venue change. Rhyl FC only has a short period remaining on their current lease, which has not been extended by the board of directors.

Should the women’s season get the go-ahead to resume in the summer, it would leave the club looking at alternative venues to ensure they can bring their campaign to a successful conclusion.

The Lilywhites’ took drastic action after failing to find the £175,000 needed to keep afloat until May 2021.

This is demoralising news for the club and their Academy, which has a significant amount of hopefuls on the books who will now have to take their development elsewhere.

Plans to start up a new phoenix club in the town are gathering pace, with the project set to receive support from Vale of Clwyd MP Dr James Davies.