THE Mid and North Powys Junior Football League has crowned its champions of the season.

The campaign was curtailed in March due to the coronavirus pandemic and lockdown which brought an end to sport across Wales.

However it failed to prevent Rhayader Town taking the honours in the under 16s league with Llanfyllin Town runners-up.

Caersws and Dyffryn Banw shared the under 14s title.

With both Caersws and Dyffryn Banw with both going the season unbeaten having shared the spoils in a 3-3 draw.

Caersws coaches Matthew Jones and Simon Cook praised their players for their work ethic during the season.

Banw coach Gareth Chapman added: “I wish to congratulate Caersws on becoming joint champions, they are a great team. I’m so proud of my team and can’t wait for junior football to start again.”

Meanwhile Caersws lifted the under 13s title with Newtown White Stars A leading the challenge to secure runners-up spot.

Coach Carl Lewis said on behalf of joint-coach Tudor Watkins: “Going unbeaten in our first year in competitive football was a great achievement.”

Meanwhile league official Paul Inns praised the club’s for their high standards throughout the season and hoped junior football would return soon with further easing of restrictions.

With sports facilities and mass gatherings still banned under Welsh Government regulations junior sides are still unable to train.