IT all comes down to the final Saturday of the summer.

Either St Asaph or Northop will claim this season’s Premier Division crown and both have testing away days tomorrow to contend with in their quest for the big prize.

The Saints, who are three points clear in pole position, go to last season’s champions Menai Bridge, while mid-table Bangor is the destination for second-placed Northop.

Northop skipper Bart Ryan-Beswick said: “We have got a chance, but the weather doesn’t look great.

“We have just got to win and take as many points from it as we can. You never know.”

Northop lost their grip on top spot in the table courtesy of last week’s four-wicket defeat at the hands of Brymbo.

Andrew Oates (3-42), Marlon Barclay (2-6) and Henry Dowd (41) impressed for the title-chasers, but Chris Taylor’s unbeaten 32 saw Brymbo prevail. “We batted poorly and we were beaten by the better side on the day,” said Ryan-Beswick.

There’s a possibility that St Asaph and Northop could finish up level on points.

Should this occur, Ryan-Beswick believes a winner-takes-all clash between the top-two should be played to conclude the summer.

“If we finish level on points, we should go to a North Wales final,” he added.

Instead, the destination of the league title would go down to win percentage, which is in favour of the Saints, captained by Will Ryan (pictured below).

It’s also a big day for Halkyn, who require five more points to make sure of Premier Division survival.

They have home advantage versus Flintshire rivals Mold, while Llandudno require a victory at Denbigh if they’re to keep their hopes alive of climbing above Halkyn and out of the relegation zone.

Gresford could rubber-stamp a top-seven finish if they claim victory at home to Pontblyddyn and Brymbo will target a triumph at home to Mochdre to make sure of a top-three finish.

It’s still all to play for in the battle to beat relegation from Division One.

Buckley are just outside the drop zone and they have a one-point advantage over Menai Bridge Seconds.

Buckley host third-placed Conwy, while Bridge go to Connah’s Quay, who will end the season in fifth position.

Champions Gwersyllt Park complete a brilliant season at home to Dolgellau while a win for Hawarden Park at Abergele will secure the runners-up spot.

Other fixtures: Marchwiel and Wrexham v Bethesda; Northop 2nds v Llay.

Division Two: Carmel & District v Gresford 2nds; Hawarden Park 2nds v Buckley 2nds; Mochdre 2nds v Brymbo 2nds; Mold 2nds v Bersham; Pontblyddyn 2nds v Llanrwst; St Asaph 2nds v Bangor 2nds.

Division Four: Dolgellau 2nds v Bersham 2nds; Hawarden Park 3rds v Halkyn 2nds.

Northop Hall bring the curtain down on their Liverpool Competition season with a Division Two encounter at home to basement side Parkfield Liscard.

Chirk’s final match in Division One of the Shropshire League is at Bomere Heath.