A HUGELY promising Cymru North season has drawn to a close for Ruthin Town.

They finish the campaign in fifth position on the back of a 4-0 home triumph versus Conwy Borough.

This was a key encounter for Conwy, who required a victory to stand a chance of avoiding relegation to the Ardal Leagues.

However, it was Phil Hudson's side who prevailed to gather a 16th success of the season, taking their points tally beyond the 50-mark.

Conwy were still in with a chance of beating relegation as they reached half-time with the scoreline still 0-0.

However, they were behind nine minutes into the second period.

Llyr Morris was fouled in the box for a penalty to be awarded and Gwion Owen was successful from the spot.

Sam Jones doubled the advantage 20 minutes from time with a header and Llyr Morris ended the match on a positive note with two goals in the final five minutes.

In a post on Twitter, Ruthin boss Hudson said: "We came under some negative comments early doors this season after losing some players and personnel, so to go and beat last season's points total is massive credit to everyone at the club, absolutely superb season from the lads and it's not over yet."

Ruthin are still involved in the North East Wales FA Cup.