PRESTATYN TOWN FC have formally written their letter of complaint to the Football Association of Wales regarding their Tier 1 licence failure.

The runaway JD Cymru North leaders were denied the licence on appeal, with the controversial situation regarding their TV gantry listed as the primary reason behind the refusal.

The club has now formally written to FAW chief executive officer Jonathan Ford, which formally outlines the reasons why the initial rejection should have been overturned.

Town have also enlisted the help of Chris O’Neal for their procedure, who played a leading role in Bangor City’s appeal regarding their 42-point deduction which put their second tier status in doubt.

O’Neal eventually got the deduction quashed by the Court of Arbitration for Sport, which is an avenue the Seasiders’ are willing to go down to seal their licence if necessary.

He was also prominent in Prestatyn Sports regaining their place in the Lock Stock Welsh Alliance after they were initially expelled.

A Prestatyn Town spokesman, said: “Prestatyn Town FC can confirm that this past week we have sought assistance from Christopher O'Neal from Ynys Mon.

“Chris will be known around the footballing circles as the person who overturned the decision of the Welsh Alliance League when they expelled Prestatyn Sports FC from the league, and also the person who last year challenged the Welsh FA in Sports arbitration when they Deducted Bangor City 42 points which left them facing demotion from Tier 2.

“Over the past week we have held various discussions and have now compiled a formal letter of complaint addressed to the Chief Executive of the Welsh Football Association Mr Jonathon Ford.”

An online video conference meeting is being arranged for supporters this week, with a date to be officially confirmed.

The club will give fans 24-hours’ notice, where they will be given an opportunity to submit questions to the committee and manager Neil Gibson about future plans.