THE Cymru Premier title might be heading to Flintshire - but there’s still plenty to be decided.

Connah’s Quay Nomads have been confirmed as Wales’ Champions League representatives, with runners-up The New Saints and third placed Bala Town securing Europa League places.

Barry Town United have also qualified for Europe after the Welsh Cup was postponed indefinitely and a conclusion by the July 20 cut off was not deemed possible and the points per game method secured them a fourth-placed finish.

But at the other end, Airbus remain unsure as to whether they will be relegated to the Cymru North after finishing rock-bottom of the top-tier.

“The FAW Board are yet to decide on promotion and relegation between leagues with a decision to be made in due course, taking into account full consideration of the FAW’s Pyramid Regulations,” confirmed a statement from the Football Association of Wales.

And while Airbus are left wondering whether they will be relegated, Flint Town United are still unsure as to whether they will be playing Cymru Premier football next season.

Niall McGuinness’ Silkmen were confirmed as Cymru North runners-up, and with champions Prestatyn unsuccessful in their licence appeal, the Flintshire outfit have ticked every box in their promotion quest.

The same applies to Haverfordwest County in Cymru South as title winners Swansea University failed to obtain a licence.

Holywell Town’s attempt to bounce straight back into the Cymru North from the Welsh National League is also up in the air, despite John Haseldin’s Wellmen winning the Premier Division title ahead of second-placed Rhostyllen.

If Haseldin’s men are promoted, then Corwen could be relegated after finishing in the Cymru North drop zone.

Hawarden Rangers have also been confirmed as Welsh National League Division One title winners with Castell Alun Colts in danger of the drop after finishing bottom of the Premier Division. Holyhead Hotspur won the Welsh Alliance.