THE JD Cymru North season will be contested over the course of just two months.

The Football Association of Wales' National Leagues Board confirmed the season would now kick off on March 26 and conclude on May 29.

Clubs will play 15 fixtures in a curtailed programme.

Guilsfield, Llanrhaeadr, Llanidloes Town and Penrhyncoch will represent mid Wales.

A spokesman for the FAW said: "Following the Welsh Government announcement that the country would remain at Alert Level 4 and the second tier not having its ‘Elite Status’ reinstated by the National Sports Group, the NLB revised its proposed return to play date for the Tier 2 competitions.

"Consequently, should the Welsh Government reduce the National Alert Level to 3 at the next Welsh Government Coronavirus Review, or should the Tier 2 leagues have its ‘Elite Status’ reinstated, whichever comes earlier, the leagues will resume on the weekend of March 26/27, 2021."