premierNEWS: Clubs' survival hope.Byline: CHRISTOPHER BEESLEY
THE survival hopes of struggling Newi Cefn Druids and Connah's Quay Coordinates: Connah's Quay (Welsh: Cei Conna) is the largest town in Flintshire, North Wales, lying on the River Dee, near the border with England. Nomads could be boosted by news that Cwmbran Town are to face a new Welsh Premier hearing for fielding two ineligible players.
Cwmbran occupy the second relegation place above seemingly-doomed Cardiff Grange Harlequins, but are currently level on points with Druids and trail Nomads by just two points - although both North Wales North Wales (known in some archaic texts as Northgalis) is the northernmost unofficial region of Wales, bordered to the south by Mid Wales and to the east by England. clubs have two games in hand.
The Crows' chances of climbing out of the drop done could be hit though as they are now set to be hauled in front of the authorities for fielding both Michael Binning and Nicky Ward - who are both registered with more than two clubs.
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However, a subsequent decision to hold a commission into the matter was taken at a Welsh Premier board meeting although no announcement was made until Cwmbran's 10-day appeal period for the original decision had expired.
League secretary John Deakin said: "The Welsh Premier reserves the right to impose further sanctions in accordance with the league rules."
A club can lose up to three points a game for every match the offending player participated in and can also be fined up to pounds 500.