So for many, it all comes down to this.

Saturday will see the end of the 2017 Pembroke County Cricket Club Season - and there is much to be decided.

With the exception of Division Five, a number of sides will take to the field Saturday vying for titles, promotion, or simply to avoid relegation.

Here at Telegraph Sport, we've rounded up all the possible scenarios, and who needs to do what to wake up happy on Bank Holiday Sunday.

And a warning, at times it gets complicated...........

Division One:

Champions: Carew or Cresselly

The title will come down to a straight shoot-out at Carew between these two old rivals, and it's The Rooks in the driving seat.

They lead their visitors on Saturday by 21 points, so technically, 10 more will see them celebrating a first Division One title since 2012.

In reality, anything other than a comprehensive outright win from Cresselly, will allow Rhys Davies and co to start the party.

The toss will be interesting, and Rhys Davies and co will surely be wary of the notion of playing to conservatively, something easy to do when the league title lies just a few draw points away.....

Relegated: Pembroke and Kilgetty or Johnston

Pembroke are long gone at the foot of the table - and yet, could have a major say in who joins them in Division Two next season.

They host Johnston, whose win over Haverfordwest last week sees them lie just two points above Kilgetty.

If Lee Summons' and co can secure maximum points, or even 29, they are safe regardless of the maths.

But any kind of win will heap pressure on Kilgetty, who go into the weekend having lost seven games on the bounce.

They are at home to a Lawrenny team who before last week's capitulation at home to St Ishmaels, had hit great form with four successive victories.

What may help both Johnston and Kilgetty, is that their opponents go in with little to play for.

Division Two:

Champions: Llangwm. 

Promoted: Llangwm and Narberth or Burton.

Here, things get tricky.

The title is done and dusted, with Llangwm streets ahead and needing to avoid defeat tomorrow to boast an unbeaten season.

They will be joined by Narberth or Burton, with the former enjoying a 14 point lead over the latter in second place.

A winning draw at Stackpole will be enough to see them return to the top flight at the first time of asking, but anything less and Burton could pounce with a home win over Saundersfoot.

Relegated: Llanrhian and one of Whitland 2nds, Stackpole, Haverfordwest 2nds, or Carew 2nds.

At the foot of the table, Llanrhian are relegated, with any one of four teams still in the mix to also go down - and there are just 11 points between them.

Whitland 2nds occupy the other relegation spot, and may take heart from the fact they travel to play a Llechryd side who have nothing riding on the result.

But even a win may not be enough, as four points above them are Stackpole - who as mentioned host Narberth. Should they win outright and spoil the away side's party, they will almost certainly be safe.

Three points better off are Haverfordwest 2nds, who travel to Pill Parks to play the champions. The Town have provoked much debate in the county by choosing to strengthen their side with first team regulars in recent weeks - but the truth of the matter is it is within league rules, and nothing can stop them doing it again tomorrow if they wish.

And four points better off are Carew 2nds, who go to a Llanrhian side who have struggled badly since their own relegation was confirmed. The Rooks therefore lie in pole position to stay up, but should they lose, and they won't have the luxury of bolstering the team given the importance of their First XI fixture, they will be sweating on the three sides below them.

Division Three:

Champions: Hook, Herbrandston, or Cresselly 2nds

Promoted: Hook, Herbrandston, or Cresselly 2nds

Arguably the best title race of the day takes place here, with Hook top on 367 points, Herbie second on 358, and Cresselly 2nds third on 353.

Any one of three could end up champions by Saturday evening, and the catch? Hook and Cresselly play each other at the latter's ground.

A Hook win will seal the title, a winning or losing draw would all but secure promotion, and a defeat could see them miss out all together.

Indeed, a win for Cresselly, and they will in all likelyhood leapfrog the visitors, and then be reliant on Herbie slipping up to take the title.

Herbie themselves, know that a win away at Neyland 2nds will see them secure a top two spot and possibly the silverware. Anything less and they will be sweating big time.

Relegated: Llanrhian 2nds and Johnston 2nds or Haverfordwest 2nds

Llanrhian 2nds meanwhile, are confined to second bottom, but even had they not been, they would be down anyway given their First XI are relegated from Division Two.

At first glance, it appears Johnston 2nds, rock bottom without a win all season, are joining them.

However, should Haverfordwest 2nds go down from Two, then like Llanrhian 2nds, The Town's 3rds (currently in eighth place but safe) are automatically down regardless.

Bizarrely, Johnston 2nds would then be saved.

Division Four:

Champions: Llechryd 2nds or Narberth 2nds

Promoted: Llechryd 2nds and Narberth 2nds

Another title race going down to the wire, with Llechryd 2nds five points clear of Narberth.

So a 26-point haul for the leaders at Saundersfoot 2nds will be enough, anything less and Narberth will be ready to pounce at home to relegation threatened Kilgetty 2nds.

Either way, Narberth have the luxury of knowing they cannot be caught in the race to go up.

Relegated: Pembroke 2nds and Kilgetty 2nds or Hundleton

At the other end, Pembroke 2nds are down, with the afore-mentioned Kilgetty seemingloy joining them, unless they can somehow win at Narberth and overhaul a 25 point deficit on Hundleton in the process. Hundleton themselves are at Hook 2nds.

Division Five: 

Champions: Laugharne

Promoted: Laugharne and Llangwm 2nds

Now this one is simple.

Laugharne are champions and cannot be caught, Llangwm 2nds are promoted as runners up.

Laugharne will however, target an unbeaten league season, their first one back in Pembrokeshire cricket, away to Whitland 3rds.