THERE probably won’t have been a Spring Bank Holiday weekend like it for Welsh club football.

Swansea City and Newport County have their own dates with destiny at Wembley, while Caernarfon Town and Newtown face each other for a place in next season’s Europa Conference League.

It is also a big weekend for Wrexham as they look to secure their position in the National League play-offs.

Swansea play Brentford in the Championship play-off final on Saturday, a decade after beating Reading to win promotion to the Premier League for the first time.

Steve Cooper’s Swans negotiated their way past Barnsley in the semis, with Matt Grimes’ stunning second-leg strike helping them complete a 2-1 aggregate win.

Brentford, who finished one place and seven points above Swansea in the table, overcame Bournemouth to reach Wembley.

A limited number of Swansea fans will get the chance to watch their team on the day big day, as they did at the Liberty Stadium last Saturday.

Four days earlier, Newport supporters had the honour of being the first to return to a football stadium in Wales since March 2020.

They saw the Exiles beat Forest Green Rovers 2-0 in the first leg of their League Two semi, before the craziest of second legs in Gloucestershire on Sunday evening produced seven goals in torrential rain.

With the tie heading towards a penalty shootout, Nicky Maynard scored in the 119th minute to give Newport a 5-4 aggregate victory.

Mike Flynn’s side will play Morecambe for a place in League One, the Shrimps having beaten Tranmere Rovers over two legs.

Meanwhile, European football is on offer in North Wales where Caernarfon host Newtown in the Europa Conference League play-off final this Saturday.

Caernarfon, who have never played in Europe before, beat Barry Town United 3-1 at Jenner Park last Saturday, while Newtown struck late to see off Penybont the next day.

Wrexham are aiming to join Swansea, Newport and Cardiff City in the top four divisions of the English pyramid.

They go to Dagenham & Redbridge on Saturday in the penultimate play-off place in the National League.

However, just two points separate them and FC Halifax Town in 10th, with promotion-chasing Eastleigh playing their game in hand tomorrow night.