THE quest for the 20/21 JD Cymru Premier title will go down to the final day of the season.

Both Connah’s Quay Nomads and The New Saints (TNS) won on Saturday to set up a tense finale this weekend.

Just two points separate the two sides heading into this Saturday’s fixtures, meaning that if the Nomads win away at Penybont they will secure their second-straight top-flight title.

The Saints will be hoping their title rivals slip up and that they themselves can pip them to the trophy with a win over Bala Town.

On Saturday, The Nomads edged ever so close to glory with a 4-0 victory at Caernarfon Town - with a red card changing the course of the game.

Jamie Insall scored 10 minutes in to the match before a controversial second-half red card handed out to Caernarfon goalkeeper Lewis Brass, who had been judged to foul Insall, saw three more goals follow in.

Aron Williams and Callum Morris (2) put Connah’s Quay within touching distance of the title.

TNS also played their part in the title race as they enjoyed a 3-0 home win over Barry Town United - Ryan Brobbel (2) and Adrian Cieslewicz scoring to keep the pressure on at the top.

Elsewhere on Saturday, Bala Town bounced back from a 3-0 defeat to Caernarfon Town in the Gwynedd Derby to beat Penybont 1-0 thanks to a last-gasp Nathan Peate goal.

Cardiff Met Uni condemned bottom-of-the-table Cefn Druids to another heavy defeat with a 6-0 win at Cyncoed Campus.

Top scorer Eliot Evans was at the double and Ollie Hulbert, Lewis Rees, Thomas Price and Craig Davies all added on goal apiece.

Flint Town United and Aberystwyth Town, both down to ten men in the first half on the day, played out a 0-0 draw and Newtown secured their European play-off spot thanks to a 2-1 victory at Haverfordwest County.

Tyrone Ofori put the Robins ahead before Ben Fawcett equalised for the Bluebirds. However, Shane Sutton scored before half time to turn the tie on its head and give Newtown a huge victory.

The Football Association of Wales (FAW) has announced that no relegation from or promotion to the top-flight will take place at the end of this season.

But, the fight at the top will certainly be very interesting come the final day on Saturday with all eyes on Connah's Quay and TNS.

Final day fixtures are as follows (all 12pm kick off): Barry Town United v Caernarfon Town, Cardiff Met v Flint Town United, Haverfordwest County v Cefn Druids, Newtown v Aberystwyth Town, Penybont v Connah's Quay and The New Saints v Bala Town.