CONNAH’S QUAY NOMADS could find out on Tuesday (May 19) whether or not they have ended The New Saints’ top-flight dominance.

The Football Association of Wales board of directors will convene with the topic of how to complete the campaign the hot topic after clubs throughout the Cymru Leagues were asked to complete a club survey.

The National League Board met on Monday to talk through the survey and now the FAW’s board of directors will be tasked with coming up finding a solution regarding the 2019/20 season.

Only one of the six options put forward to Cymru Premier clubs - null and void phase two - would see The New Saints make it nine successive titles.

Null and voiding the entire campaign would leave Nomads frustrated, but Andy Morrison’s men come out on top if any other option - freezing the table as it stands, replicating the first phase fixtures for unplayed matches and points per game - is used.

Uefa have set a May 25 deadline for a decision to be made, which is Bank Holiday Monday, while July 20 is the cut off point for games to be played if the FAW elect to try and stage the outstanding fixtures in the top two tiers.

The Football Association of Wales could follow the lead of the Scottish Premiership, who operate with the same 12-club structure as the Cymru Premier.

Celtic were crowned champions of Scotland for a ninth successive time on Monday with the Scottish Professional Football League confirmed that the remainder of the campaign would be determined on a points per game average.

Connah’s Quay Nomads’ director of football Jay Catton responded to the news north of the border by tweeting: “Huge news for British football. #ppg”

Neil Lennon’s Celtic had eight matches left and a 13-point over second-place Rangers, who had played a game fewer.

“We are champions for a reason,” said Celtic CEO Peter Lawwell in an address to supporters.

“Under Neil’s guidance, we have produced performances of the highest quality. We have produced exciting, attacking, winning football. We have played the Celtic way and won the Celtic way.

“While we rightly celebrate this fantastic, deserved achievement we must take time to consider the wider circumstances we have all been experiencing and remember those who have helped us through these unique and challenging times with such bravery and selflessness.

“We dedicate this title to everyone who has cared for us and all those who have been affected by these times of challenge and difficulty.”

Nomads currently hold a four-point lead of TNS at the top of the Cymru Premier with both teams having played 26 games this term.

At the other end of the table, Airbus are waiting to see whether they will suffer relegation back to the Cymru North.

Steve O’Shaugnessy’s Wingmen are currently bottom of the table, four points adrift of Penybont, who have played a game less.

There is the potential to scrap relegation from the top-flight this season, while the prospect of a 14-team Cymru Premier, including Flint Town United and Haverfordwest County - the tier two north and south runners up is also a possibility.