SO, it all comes down to the final match of the season.

Defending champions St Asaph are still in the race for the North Wales Cricket League Premier Division title, but they're now hoping for a major favour from Gresford.

For the Saints to repeat their title triumph of 12 months ago, Matt Thompson's Gresford need to win at Menai Bridge this Saturday, while the Elwy Grove Park side claims a big points win at home to Pwllheli.

Even if the Saints fail in their quest to defend the crown, it has still been an excellent campaign and they saw off Llandudno over the weekend to record their 19th win in 21 matches this summer.

Llandudno were in trouble from the off and they were soo reduced to 13 for two.

Gareth Goodson (2-19) and Jason Foulkes (1-28) did the early damage, prior to Sam Rimmington (25) attempting to improve the home side's mood.

With Danny Ryan (3-37), Dan Evans (2-9) and Mathew Ryan (2-29) all in good form, the ball remained mightier than the bat and it looked like St Asaph would be left with a small target to chase.

As it turned out, there was to be a sting in the tail as Lucas Hughes (23), Tom Thornton (22) and Stephen Cheung (19 not out) made sure the final two wickets added 56 to take Llandudno's total through to 152.

Similar to earlier in the day, St Asaph's response didn't get off to the best of starts.

Openers Mathew Ryan and Dan Evans were both dismissed cheaply by Tom Thornton (3-31).

Recovery was in the offing, though, thanks to an 80-run stand for the third wicket that was compiled by Nathanael Scott and skipper Will Ryan (38).

Jamie Grimshaw (2-39) and Oliver Hughes (2-44) maintained Llandudno's interest, but Scott wasn't for shifting as he finished up undefeated on 53.

Jurie Norval added 21 and Duncan Midgley made 15 as the Saints reached a winning 156 for seven with almost 12 overs to spare.