HEREFORD FC are set to finish the 2019/20 National League North season in 16th position following a vote by member clubs to compile the file table on an “unweighted points per game” basis.

The outcome of the vote, which is subject to FA council approval, will see King’s Lynn Town promoted as champions of the National League North.

The end of season play-offs will now proceed with York City, Boston United, Brackley Town, Altrincham, Chester and Gateshead set to battle them out.

There shall be no relegation from the National League North meaning that Blyth Spartans and Bradford (Park Avenue) will keep their places.

No clubs are being promoted from step three of the non-league pyramid.

The Bulls will finish in 16th through the unweighted PPG calculation as Kidderminster Harriers jump above them in the final table.

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Chief Executive Officer of the National League, Michael Tattersall said: “I congratulate each of our champions clubs on their successful campaigns.

“The enforced curtailment of our season does nothing to discredit the quality of the football played and I am pleased that our clubs have overwhelmingly supported the award of their titles. We can now also look towards the completion of end of season play-offs.”