BRAINTREE Town's season is over after the National League South season was declared null and void.

Both the South and North seasons has been scrapped with immediate effect, after clubs voted on a resolution to the campaign and a threshold for making a decision was finally reached.

The coronavirus pandemic has had a huge impact on non-league clubs and Step Two of the National League game will cease, after clubs voted in favour of ending the season.

Braintree lie 19th in National League South, a point above the bottom club Welling United.

Braintree Town said on Twitter: "The outcome of the National League resolutions has decided that the National League North and South will be declared Null and Void and will cease immediately.

"Saturday's game against @OxCityFC has been postponed following the news.

"Stay safe everyone and we look forward to welcoming you back to Cressing Road whenever we can.

"Also a huge thank you to the staff, squad and volunteers involved over the season for all the hard work put in even with such uncertainty."

The majority of National League South clubs voted to continue its season (12-9) but fewer counterparts in National League North felt the same (7-15).

The voting method for that resolution meant that the South and North Leagues only had four votes each, so the 75 per cent threshold was easily reached.

There will be no promotions or relegations from the league.

The National League will carry on for the rest of the season, despite seven out of 23 clubs voting to end the 2020-21 season.

The initial resolution, for each step of the National League to decide its own fate by a simple majority was carried, with all 23 clubs in the senior league voting in favour.