Cymru Alliance

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Huws Gray Alliance
Country  Wales
Founded 1990
Divisions 1
Number of teams 16
Level on pyramid 2
Promotion to Welsh Premier League
Relegation to Welsh National League (Wrexham Area)
Welsh Alliance League
Mid Wales League
Domestic cup(s) Welsh Cup
Huws Gray Cup
Current champions Llandudno (1st title)
Most championships Oswestry Town
(3 titles)
Website Huws Gray Alliance
2015–16 Cymru Alliance

The Huws Gray Alliance (the new three year sponsorship-related name for the Cymru Alliance League) is a football league and forms the second level of the Welsh football league system in north and central Wales.

If the team which finishes top of the Huws Gray Alliance holds a Domestic Licence, it may apply for promotion to the Welsh Premier League and is replaced by one of the bottom two teams in the Welsh Premier League. If the Huws Gray Alliance champions do not hold a Domestic Licence, then the team which finished second, if in possession of a Domestic Licence, may be promoted instead.

Teams for 2014–15[edit]

Club Location Ground 2013–14 position
Buckley Town Buckley Globe Way Stadium 12th
Caernarfon Town Caernarfon The Oval 3rd
Caersws Caersws Recreation Ground 4th
Conwy Borough Conwy Y Morfa 2nd
Denbigh Town Denbigh Central Park 1st Welsh Alliance League
Flint Town United Flint Cae-y-Castell 8th
Guilsfield Guilsfield Guilsfield Community Centre 6th
Holyhead Hotspur Holyhead The New Oval 9th
Llandridnod Wells Llandridnod Wells The Broadway 1st Mid Wales Football League
Llandudno Llandudno Maesdu Park 5th
Llanidloes Town Llanidloes Victoria Park 13th
Mold Alexandra Mold Alyn Park 1st Welsh National League (Wrexham Area)
Penycae Penycae Afoneitha Road 10th
Porthmadog Porthmadog Y Traeth 7th
Rhayader Town Rhayader The Weirglodd 11th
Rhydymwyn Rhydymwyn Dolfechlas Road 14th

Previous Winners[edit]

Season Winners
1990–91 Flint Town United
1991–92 Caersws
1992–93 Llansantffraid
1993–94 Rhyl
1994–95 Cemaes Bay
1995–96 Oswestry Town
1996–97 Rhayader Town
1997–98 Oswestry Town
1998–99 Cefn Druids
1999–00 Oswestry Town
2000–01 Caernarfon Town
2001–02 Welshpool Town
2002–03 Porthmadog
2003–04 Airbus UK
2004–05 Buckley Town
2005–06 Glantraeth
2006–07 Llangefni Town
2007–08 Prestatyn Town
2008–09 Bala Town
2009–10 Llangefni Town
2010–11 Gap Connah's Quay
2011–12 Gap Connah's Quay
2012–13 Rhyl
2013-14 Cefn Druids
2014-15 Llandudno

Record league champions[edit]

Rank Club Titles Years
1 Oswestry Town 3 1996, 1998, 2000
2 = Cefn Druids 2 1999, 2014
2 = Gap Connah's Quay 2 2011, 2012
2 = Llangefni Town 2 2007, 2010
2 = Rhyl 2 1994, 2013
6 Airbus UK 1 2004
= Bala Town 1 2009
= Buckley Town 1 2005
= Caernarfon Town 1 2001
= Caersws 1 1992
= Cemaes Bay 1 1995
= Flint Town United 1 1993
= Glantraeth 1 2006
= Llandudno 1 2015
= Llansantffraid 1 1993
= Porthmadog 1 2003
= Prestatyn Town 1 2008
= Rhayader Town 1 1997
= Welshpool Town 1 2002

League Cup[edit]

Also known as the Huws Gray Cup for sponsorship reasons.

Season Winner Runner-up
1990–91 Lex XI F.C. Caersws F.C.
1991–92 Lex XI F.C. Flint Town United F.C.
1992–93 Rhyl F.C. Gresford Athletic F.C.
1993–94 Welshpool Town F.C. Rhyl F.C.
1994–95 Wrexham Reserves Llandrindod Wells A.F.C.
1995–96 Oswestry Town F.C. Llandudno F.C.
1996–97 Penrhyncoch F.C. Penycae F.C.
1997–98 Holywell Town F.C. Oswestry Town F.C.
1998–99 Porthmadog F.C. Rhydymwyn F.C.
1999–00 Welshpool Town F.C. Oswestry Town F.C.
2000–01 Caernarfon Town F.C. Welshpool Town F.C.
2001–02 Cemaes Bay F.C. Ruthin Town F.C.
2002–03 Porthmadog F.C. Buckley Town F.C.
2003–04 Buckley Town F.C. Lex XI F.C.
2004–05 Bala Town F.C. Penrhyncoch F.C.
2005–06 Glantraeth F.C. Bala Town F.C.
2006–07 Bala Town F.C. Holyhead Hotspur F.C.
2007–08 Bala Town F.C. Gap Queens Park F.C.
2008–09 Bala Town F.C. Holyhead Hotspur F.C.
2009–10 Llandudno F.C. Flint Town United F.C.
2010–11 Guilsfield F.C. Porthmadog F.C.
2011–12 Rhyl F.C. Caersws F.C.
2012–13 Conwy Borough F.C. Caersws F.C.
2013–14 Caernarfon Town F.C. Flint Town United F.C.
2014–15[1] Caersws F.C. Guilsfield F.C.


  1. ^ "Match Report". Huws Gray Alliance. 25 April 2015. Retrieved 25 May 2015. 

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