LOWLAND League bosses have cancelled the end of season League Cup competition.

But they admit they are still in the dark over what should happen to the league campaign and the wider pyramid system.

Kelty Hearts are currently poised to claim the title with a six-point lead going into the final games.

At the other end of the table four teams are embroiled in the relegation fight.

With football in shutdown until the start of May at the earliest, and consideration already being given for league reconstruction if the season can’t resume, Lowland League chairman George Fraser admits he is unsure of what will happen with titles, promotion and relegation.

He said: “It is difficult to see a return to competitive football anytime soon, with various opinions on the length of the lay-off not making it any clearer.

“As a league we will be guided first and foremost by the advice handed to us by the SFA, this will allow us to work to a strategy to allow for the resumption of the Scottish Lowland Football League.”

Mr Fraser, who is also the general manager at BSC Glasgow, doesn’t believe there should be a rush to resume playing while there is still a threat from coronavirus.

He added: “Our priority lies with the health and well-being of the players, volunteers and fans of our clubs, as well as the wider communities which they are in.

“This is obviously unprecedented times for Scottish football, times which present many challenges.”