EXMOUTH could effectively wrap up the Premier Division title this Saturday afternoon if they beat North Devon at the Maer.
But if results go the wrong way for Exmouth, the stage is set for a nail-biting last day of the campaign.
Not a ball was bowled in the top flight last Saturday as every game was rained off – including Exmouth's top-of-the-table clash with second-placed Bovey Tracey.
Also off were third-placed Sidmouth against Plymouth, leaving the points situation as you were at the top of the table.
Exmouth lead Bovey by 12 points, with Sidmouth a further seven points back. Sid play Bovey at Ashburton Road this Saturday – and if they win they will go second.
Should Exmouth lose to North Devon and Sidmouth beat Bovey there could be fewer than 10 points between the top three going into the last round of matches.
At the other end of the table, Budleigh Salterton can only hope for the best against Exeter as the odds are stacked against them in the struggle to stay up.
Budleigh are 35 points adrift of safety with 44 to play for.
"Technically it remains possible for us to stay up, but we have to win our last two games and hope the teams above us lost both of theirs," said Budleigh captain Joel Murphy.
The big game at the bottom of the table this Saturday is between Torquay and Bradninch.
Bradninch are second from bottom and will go down unless they move up a place over the next two Saturdays.
The teams immediately above Bradninch are Cornwood and Torquay. If Torquay win on Saturday and Cornwood take the spoils off Plymouth, Bradninch are probably down.
Heathcoat can put the A Division promotion issue beyond doubt if they beat relegation strugglers Abbotskerswell at Knightshayes this Saturday.
The long-time leaders were due to face Sandford in a top-of-the table derby at Creedy Park last Saturday, but rain washed out any prospect of play.
With none of the top three actually getting started, there's no change to the top three of Heathcoat, Sandford and Plympton.
If Heathcoat beat Abbots they can get far enough ahead of Plympton to be sure of at least one of the two promotion slots.
Sandford entertain Brixham in a game they want to win to stay ahead of Plympton in the battle to finish second. The four-point gap is not a lot even at this stage of the season – and there is a sting in the tail.
Plympton and Sandford play each other on the last weekend of the season, which looks like being a winner-takes-all affair.
Alphington will be playing for their B Division survival on Saturday when they visit Barnstaple & Pilton.
South Devon are already down but it's between Alphington, Stoke Gabriel, Barnstaple and Shobrooke Park as to who goes with them.
Stoke play leaders Lewdown and as only four points separate them from Chudleigh and Ivybridge, the Moorlanders won't want to be caught on the line now. If Alphington win at Taw Meadow they will almost certainly extend their survival fight into the final round of fixtures.
On the last day of the season Stoke play winless South Devon, Barnstaple play Chudleigh and the Alphas are away to Thorverton.
Chudleigh skipper Jon Martin can't start planning properly for promotion until Saturday's game against third-placed Ivybridge is out of the way.
With only three points between the teams, the game is clearly a promotion clincher for one of them.
Martin isn't counting any chickens yet, but is confident Chudleigh are ready for the step back to A Division cricket after an absence of four years.
"If we do go up – fingers crossed – I believe we are ready," said Martin.
"The last couple of years in the B Division have been good for giving players experience, which they can take forward with them.
"Ben Holmes gets better and better every year –and he isn't 20 yet.
"Rob Clarke is another player who has improved the more he has played, with bat and ball. If there is one player who has been pivotal for us this season it is Rob. If he doesn't do it with the ball he does something with the bat – and sometimes both at the same time."