With the domestic football season in Wales increasingly likely to be scrapped because of the Covid-19 crisis it could be that the Easter cup final double of J Emrys Morgan and Costcutter League will not be held for the first time in the long history of the competitions.

The Emrys Morgan has traditionally been held on Good Friday for 47 seasons on the trot – the first was in season 1972-73 – while the Costcutter centrepiece game has been on Bank Holiday Monday for 73 years since Newcastle Emlyn lifted the trophy in 1946-47.

The last time the Easter double was achieved was five years ago when Cardigan Town overcame the challenge of Crannog and followed up three days later with victory over Pencader.

A record set by the all-conquering Maesglas of the 1980s of achieving a double double has never looked in danger of being beaten – the Blues did the trick in 1986-87 by beating Newcastle Emlyn and St Dogmaels and 12 months later Jonathan Llewellyn and Co came up trumps again when accounting for Berriew and Ffostrasol.

In this season’s competitions one quarter-final and two semi-finals are yet to be staged with Guilsfield Reserves meeting Brecon Corries in the last eight of the Emrys Morgan and the winners taking on Newcastle Emlyn.

Cardigan Town and Tregaron Turfs meet in the other semi-final.

As well as the Easter weekend finals there is Cwpan Coffa Dai Dynamo Davies, involving clubs from the Costcutter and Cambrian Tyres Aberystwyth League, which has reached the quarter-final stage.

The final is scheduled for Friday, May 8.