2005/6

winning the Cymru Alliance Championship and also the Cymru Alliance League Challenge Cup. The club could not accept promotion as the ground at Cae Trefdraeth did not meet the requirements of the higher league . Holywelll town finished bottom of the table and were relegated

As the campaign moved towards Christmas, Llandudno headed the table with a healthy advantage over their closest pursuers, having played the most games in the league. Guilsfield, Lex XI and Glantraeth, all with games in hand on the leaders, were in striking distance of the Maesdu Park club.

Flint Town United and defending champions Buckley Town , having played far fewer games than Llandudno, were both well-positioned to make an assault for honours in the second half of the season. The north Wales coast outfit continued to lead the way as spring arrived, but the games in hand that Guilsfield and Buckley Town held, meant that Llandudno had a lot of work ahead if they were to keep hold of top spot at the end of the term.

But it was Anglesey club Glantraeth, who had played even fewer fixtures than any of their rivals in the chasing pack, who came through to claim the title in their penultimate fixture, against Buckley Town, who themselves finished as runners-up.