CWMBRAN Celtic has reappointed the management duo that guided them to safety in the Cymru South.

The Gwent club were confirmed as avoiding the drop this week when the Football Association of Wales announced the season was over.

The final placings have been decided with an unweighted points-per-game method with promotion and relegation issues to be sorted by the FAW "in due course".

Cwmbran won't have a nervous wait after sitting one place above the drop zone in 13th.

They were a point clear of Taffs Well thanks to a 2-1 win over bottom club Caerau Ely just before the suspension of the league because of coronavirus, although they had three games in hand over the Rhondda Cynon Taff side.

Cwmbran will hope to avoid a relegation tussle when football is given the green light to return and they will once again be led by manager James Kinsella and his assistant Matthew Williams, who took over from Nicky Morgan and Simon Truman in January.

"The team they inherited was low in confidence, shell-shocked after a 6-1 thrashing at Pontypridd," read a club statement.

"However, they coaxed an immediate response from the players with a 1-0 win at Goytre United. A tally of seven points from their five games in charge steered the team to safety.

"James is in his mid-20s, Celtic's youngest ever manager. Matthew has been with the club over 20 years – his experience is the perfect foil for his young boss.

"A feather in the duo's caps was a superb 2-2 draw at Haverfordwest (in February) which effectively cost the County the league title, which Swansea University have snatched by a single point."

"Absolutely buzzing to get the nod full time," Kinsella posted on Twitter. "Can't wait to get going for a first full season with these boys."

South Wales Argus:

Swansea University won the title while the relegation spots were filled by Caerau Ely, Cwmamman United and Taffs Well.

Undy Athletic, like Celtic, finished just above the drop zone but also with games in hand over their fellow strugglers.