Pembrokeshire Football League clubs will have to wait for a decision on their season following the latest move from the Football Association of Wales (FAW).

The authority announced on Friday it has extended the current suspension of all domestic football in Wales until at least Friday, May 15th, due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

However, the current national lockdown is set to last until May 7th and even then, there is no guarantee that any restrictions will be lifted. In reality, the prospect of any football that month is a completely unrealistic one.

Even Premier League clubs, who are thought to have discussed a complex quarantine scheme for players as well as matches behind closed doors, are not considering a return to action until at least June 8th.

It means teams in Pembrokeshire remain in limbo as to whether they will get the chance to complete the campaign.

Division 3 side Pendine for example, have played just six league matches due to adverse weather affecting their pitch, meaning they have 16 games outstanding.

Manager Justin Blewitt spoke to Telegraph Sport.

“I can’t see us finishing this season or even starting the next one on time," he said.

"They are talking about Premier League football in June and we have nowhere near the privileges they do to organise things.

“I think this season will be written off for amateur football. It’s hard to see a way around that."

If the season was to be resumed at any point, it would mean an interesting few weeks for The Seagulls.

“I’ve told the boys to keep running and stay fit in case," he joked.

"Technically, if we win our 10 games in hand we’d go eight points clear in second place so there’s always hope.

“But on a serious note, there is more important things going on and football has to be put on the back burner.”

Goodwick United have a different type of conundrum. It's Hakin who were in pole position in the Division 1 title race when things were halted, but the Phoenix Boys were into the Senior Cup final and just one win away from another West Wales Cup appearance at the Liberty Stadium.

Their manager, Wayne O'Sullivan, is hopeful his side will get a shot at both.

"Obviously from a selfish point of view I'd like to think there is a way we can finish it.

"The West Wales Cup only has three games left and the Senior Cup two (Monkton were due to play Carew in the second semi final). And there's been so much doom and gloom about something like the Senior Cup final would be a positive as it's a good day out for everyone.

"But nothing can happen unless it's right to do so. Looking at the bigger picture, football doesn't really matter right now - there is far more serious stuff going on."

Saundersfoot's Richard Walwyn offered similar sentiments.

He'd like the season completed for contrasting reasons. The club's first team are rock bottom of Division 1 and relegation would be a welcome chance to take stock and rebuild - while the 2nds are one game away from a Division 5 Cup final.

But he has bigger fears beyond that.

"I don't want to sound dramatic but it's imperative we finish the season or we potentially lose the club.

"The 1sts need to be relegated. Getting smashed every week does hurts and it does nothing for recruitment - who wants to play for a side with little chance of winning? I'm worried if we remain it could lead to the club pulling out of the league unfortunately.

"As for the 2nds, nothing would make me happier than to have a chance of playing on the Meadow so I do have everything crossed.

"But more importantly, as long as everyone stays safe in this uncertain time that is all that matters. Football comes second."

Pembrokeshire League officials will now wait for further FAW guidance next month, but the longer the COVID-19 pandemic delays matters, the greater the likelihood the season will be declared null and void.

But while there are many clubs who were in the midst of promotion and relegation battles, everyone does seem united by the opinion that local football isn't a top priority right now.