LLANGEFNI Town and Bodedern Athletic face a final fixture showdown to determine who takes home the Lock Stock Welsh Alliance Division One title.

The two sides have enjoyed a phenomenal campaign in the third tier in what has been the most exciting championship race for years, with Chris Roberts’ side needing just one point to end their promotion hoodoo that has blighted the club’s progress in recent years.

Things have notably changed from a mind-set perspective this season, with Cefni aiming to secure a memorable treble before moving on to an ultra-competitive Tier 2 North.

Standing in their way is an Athletic side that have performed well above expectations after securing promotion to the third tier last season.

Ricky Williams has done an incredible job with limited resources to ensure his squad made their mark at this level from the earliest opportunity, which also saw them reach the FAW Trophy semi-final to further enhance their growing reputation.

Their forward line of Aden Clark and Stephen Whittaker are two of the most clinical finishers anywhere in the region, and they will pose a significant threat to a Town rearguard that has conceded just 16 times in 27 league contests this season.

Athletic will need a 7-0 victory to get their hands on some silverware, which seems unlikely, but a win would see them miss out on goal difference and this would represent a significant achievement in itself.

Welsh Alliance officials and league sponsors from Lock Stock Self Storage will be on hand for a formal presentation after the game, with Roberts’ men also aiming for further success in the Mawddach Challenge Cup final on May 11 when they take on Llanrwst United at the home of Conwy Borough.

They have been a class apart at times this season but have also shown some vulnerability that comes with the pressure of chasing multiple honours.

The summer acquisitions of Liam Morris and Alan Mark Owen have done the squad an enormous amount of good, with Mathew Jones and Craig Roberts’ providing additional firepower at the business end of the season.

Cefni enjoyed a one-season spell in the JD Welsh Premier League and have plenty of exciting plans to progress the overall structure of the club in the coming years, and promotion to Tuer 2 North level would give them a huge shot in the arm.