THE restructuring of Welsh football has continued with the unveiling of seven new reserve leagues to launch next season.

Mid Wales will be served by the Reserve League Central North and Reserve League Central South.

Berriew, Four Crosses, Guilsfield, Llanrhaeadr, Llanfair United and Welshpool Town will contest the northern league while Bow Street, Caersws, Llanidloes Town, Llandrindod Wells, Penrhyncoch, Penparcau and Rhayader Town will compete in the southern league.

TNS will join the North East Reserve League.

The restructure will see the Montgomeryshire League, Mid Wales League South and Aberystwyth League further shorn of clubs following the previously confirmed restructure with the establishment of the new regional third divisions and two regional fourth divisions.

However it is hoped the Montgomeryshire League will be boosted by the inclusion of Morda United who confirmed their revival this week.