OXFORD City climbed a place in Vanarama National League South after the final standings for 2019/20 were announced.

David Oldfield's side ended the campaign 13th after member clubs voted to decide league tables on an unweighted points per game formula.

City were 14th when the season was suspended in March, but leapfrogged Chippenham Town as their rivals were on the same number of points having played a game more.

A "significant majority" of clubs across all three divisions voted for the National League's ordinary resolution, which will also see play-offs take place subject to government guidance.

The league's CEO Michael Tattersall said: “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."

Wealdstone were crowned champions of National League South, while no clubs will be relegated after the FA declared steps three to seven of the non-league pyramid null and void back in March.

The resolution will now go to the 102 voting members of the FA Council to be ratified.