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CASH-strapped Welsh Premier champions Barry Town are unable to fulfil Saturday's fixture with Connah's Quay Nomads.
They informed the league, the Football Association of Wales and Connah's Quay of the decision after meeting with the Barry playing squad on Friday.
Club officials told their players that they would not be paid for Saturday's game, at which point the squad walked out.
Barry say they will be able to fulfil next Saturday's fixture away at Caernarfon.
The Welsh Premier champions, the most successful side in the history of the league, are in the middle of a financial crisis and need 100,000 to survive until the end of August.
One solution could be to take the club into voluntary administration according to the club director, Dr Liz Davies.
Such a move could see the Dragons have to start again from scratch with a playing squad, but could ultimitely save the club.
Meanwhile, Andrew York and David Moss have signed for Carmarthen Town.
Mark Molloy, who joined from Hibernian this summer, has also left Jenner Park to return to Scotland.
22 August 2021