The first half of the 1994/95 campaign saw Wrexham Reserves lead the table, but Brymbo, Cemaes Bay, Lex XI and Llandudno all had games in hand on a Racecourse team that did not participate in the two national cup competitions.
Cemaes Bay, despite their fixture backlog, secured the title with three games to spare, ahead of Brymbo, Wrexham Reserves and Llandudno. The Anglesey club gained promotion to the League of Wales following the erection of a new stand and covered accommodation, as well as renewing the floodlights at their School Lane headquarters. Penrhyncoch finished bottom of the table, when it had once appeared that they would end in a mid-table position, after having 39 points deducted for fielding a player registered with two other clubs. At the league AGM, clubs voted to save Penrhyncoch from the drop and instead relegate Mostyn, who subsequently appealed to the F.A.W. over the decision.
The F.A.W. upheld the Maes Pennant club's appeal, which seemed to have relegated the Cae Baker club on the eve of the new season, but the Cymru Alliance decided that both clubs could retain their membership. Wrexham Reserves, in their final campaign in the league, completed a double by defeating newcomers Llandrindod Wells in the League Cup final, and Lex XI in the North East Wales Challenge Cup final.
Llandudno lifted the North Wales Coast Challenge Cup, when they beat League of Wales club Flint Town United on penalties, and reached the last eight of the Welsh Cup before bowing out to Cardiff City at Maesdu Park by the only goal of the game. Welshpool Town were unable to retain the Central Wales Senior Cup, losing to Newtown in the final, whilst champions Cemaes Bay reached the FAW Trophy semi-finals, before being eliminated by Rhydymwyn, the eventual winners of the competition