with Denbigh Town promoted from the Welsh Alliance and last season’s Champions Llangefni Town promoted to the Welsh Premier League but was reduced to seventeen when Bodedern withdrew in October.
The season started with one new side, Denbigh Town promoted from the Welsh Alliance. Queens Park changed their name to Gap Queens Park. From start to finish Prestatyn Town were the front runners in the race for the title and finally won the league from Bala Town by fifteen points. Bala for the second season running finishing runners up.
Bala did retain theleague cup beating Gap Queens Park after extra time who they also beat in the final of the NEWFA challenge cup. Llandudno beat Flint Town United in the NWCFA challenge cup final. Two Wrexham based sides finished in the bottom two with Gresford Athletic four points adrift of Lex X1, who were deducted three points after their game at Holyhead Hotspur was abandoned. Gap Queens Park were also deducted three points during the season for playing an ineligible player.
Holyhead Hotspur and Gap Queens Park did the league proud by both reaching the quarter final of the Welsh cup.
Prestatyn Town were worthy winners of the title with manager Neil Gibson also winning the manager of the season award. Tim Nunnerley of Guilsfield winning the player of the season