A thrilling title race awaits in the final two weeks of the season for the tier 2 Genero Adran North League.
Wrexham and Llandudno hold prime positions as the top two, but Connah’s Quay Nomads and Bethel are still in the equation.
Technically, Pwllheli could still finish first, but the likelihood is we have a four-horse race.
And with a number of games between the leading quartet still to take place, anything could happen.
Leaders Wrexham’s final three matches are all away, with a trip to Llandudno on the final weekend a potential title decider.
Tudno, Nomads and Bethel all have a midweek match to play, which could prove a test of their resources.
No-one is owed any favours, though. Sometimes titles have to be won the hard way.
Here is the end of season run-in….
Wrexham – Played 11 Points 27 (Goal Difference +34)
Llandudno – Played 10 Points 25 (GD +43)
Connah’s Quay Nomads – Played 10 Points 21 (GD +54)
Bethel – Played 10 Points 19 (GD +42)
March 6: Denbigh Town (away)
March 13: Pwllheli (away)
March 20: Llandudno (away)
March 6: Airbus UK Broughton (away)
March 13: Connah’s Quay Nomads (home)
March 17: Pwllheli (home – 7.30 pm)
March 20: Wrexham (home)
Connah’s Quay Nomads
March 6: Pwllheli (home – 4.30 pm)
March 11: Llanfair United (away – 7.30 pm)
March 13: Llandudno (away)
March 20: Bethel (away)
March 6: Llanfair United (away)
March 9: Pwllheli (home – 7.30 pm)
March 13: Airbus UK Broughton (home)
March 20: Connah’s Quay Nomads (home)