TOP Flight Football in Wales is back next month as the Cymru North teams look forward to playing 15 games in 50 days to end their season and dust off.

The Football Association of Wales released a statement on its plans for a return to the Cymru Premier League, which was suspended on December 22nd and is due to restart on March 5th.

The league, currently led by The New Saints, is slated to end on May 31, where the current champion Connah’s Quay Nomads are hoping to win titles in a row.

And after signing ex-Wrexham defenders Johnny Hunt and Doug Tharme and Tom Moore from Widnes, boss Andy Morrison has signed ex-Southampton and Tottenham winger Rio Glean.

London-born Glean (pictured below) is a 19-year-old right-winger joining The Nomads after spending much of his young career in the English Premier League U18 and English Premier League 2 at Tottenham Hotspur and most recently in Southampton .

Morrison said; “I’m very happy and excited – I’ve seen a lot of footage of him and we’ve talked to people he’s worked with, and this year we’ve sometimes gone a little differently in a system with wings. Back and we might not have the Woolfe, Wignall, Bakare – and nothing excites me more than a winger, someone who has the ability to face the full-back and take them over. ”

John Danby, former goalkeeper for the Nomads and Chester of Flint Town United, has since left the club.

Danby said on the club’s website: “I loved my time at the club and I look forward to seeing what Flint can do at the Welsh Premier. And thank you to everyone for making me feel welcome. ”

Jon Rushton appears to be taking off the gloves after signing a loan deal with Bala Town, while new Silkmen boss Neil Gibson has also brought in a quartet of Warrington Town players – Evan Gumbs, Eddie Clarke, Mitch Duggan and Jordan Buckley – to the Rest of the season.

Flint and midfielder Ross Weaver, who signed for neighbors Holywell Town last August, will also be joined by Gibson, former Prestatyn boss Gibson.

This is good news for teams in Cymru North – including Holywell, Gresford, Buckley, and Airbus – and teams in the South Divisions. They won’t be back in action until March 20th. The league wants all games to be completed by May 29th.

Holywell boss John Haseldin said: “We have been waiting for this news and it will be great to get back into the routine of playing soccer games.”

The Welsh League Cup will continue while the Welsh Cup kicks off on April 20th and will only include 44 teams from the Cymru divisions.

The Welsh Premier Women’s League will also resume on March 5th and the cup competitions will also take place.