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AIRBUS manager Rob Lythe has put off his planning for the club's first season in the Welsh Premier, until he knows the outcome of a further ground inspection at Conwy.
League officials are due to visit Morfa Conwy next week, the ground the club proposes to share, while their home ground at Broughton is brought up to standard.
"We will get a decision next week," said Lythe. "Once that is done, we can look to next year."
Rob says that the Planemakers' success has surprised everyone at the club.
"At the beginning of the season we just wanted to improve on last year's position of fifth in the league," he said.
'We brought in a couple of players where we needed a little strength in depth but didn't change much about the side.
"After the first seven games when we won every one, we began to believe we might have a chance of winning the league.
"Our confidence just grew from that and we kept posting results. The team plays good passing football and we have maintained a level of consistency that we never expected."
7 May 2021
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