All mini, junior, youth and academy football in Pembrokeshire has finally been curtailed for the season.

Following a recommendation from the FAW’s Community Game Board, the FAW Board of Directors has ratified the campaign at those levels throughout Wales has ended.

This brings an end to the 2019/20 season with immediate effect for youngsters due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic - although the FAW are yet to decide whether trophies will be awarded or any outcomes decided.

A released statement this evening read: "The decision has been made with the health and safety of all those involved with these leagues of paramount importance.

"A decision on the conclusion and method of ending the season will be discussed further by the FAW Board of Directors in due course.

"The FAW is fully aware of the impact this will have but the health and safety of all fans, players, volunteers and stakeholders are of paramount importance.

"The 2020/2021 season will only start when it is safe to do so, therefore a start date is not possible to confirm at this time.

"An update will be issued later this month concerning the season’s conclusion."

There are no league tables or cup competitions in mini football in Pembrokeshire - while league secretary Brian Hawkins said it would be difficult for the FAW to decide winners at junior or youth level given the amount of games some sides had left.

The FAW are yet to make any decisions on the senior game at grassroots level.