RHUDDLAN Town were on the brink of a memorable title win before their season was halted due to the coronavirus pandemic.

Wayne Hughes’ side lived up to their pre-season expectations in the Vale of Clwyd and Conwy League Premier Division, enjoying a tremendous amount of success with a talented squad.

They led the way for almost the entirety of the campaign thanks to a series of outstanding results. While they did suffer defeat in cup competition, this should not detract from what a dominant presence they have been during their league encounters.

The club has worked incredibly hard to build a solid foundation off the pitch after their future was plunged into doubt last year. This has been matched by an exceptional effort from a talented squad that are now just a few points away from clinching silverware.

Hughes has done a tremendous job of accumulating some outstanding players that fit in to team’s style of play. He has also worked wonders with long-time squad members who have come on leaps and bounds during the campaign.

Energetic full-back Josh Parry has emerged as a vital cog in Town’s rise to prominence and big things could be in the player’s future if he continues on this upward curve. Fellow full-back Conor Bucknall is another that has caught the eye and he has been a useful asset to have at both ends of the pitch.

The midfield engine room was controlled by the outstanding Mathew Beach, who has been one of the league’s top performers this term. Their firepower has been provided by the outstanding duo of Jay Whitehouse and Jordan Bellham, who have also played a significant role.

With the club working hard to meet new the new tier criteria implemented by the Football Association of Wales, it is a very exciting time for the club. They have come back from the brink to not only be the standout team in the division this season, but also have the scope for further growth in the years to come.