FAW Tier two league formed in 1990


the season again kicked of with only seventeen teams after the late withdrawal of Glantraeth. Llangefni Town got off to a flying start winning their first five games.

By Christmas Flint Town United were top with a four point lead and it looked all over when they defeated second placed Llangefni Town with nine men to open up a nine point lead although Llangefni had two games in hand.

The league was almost reduced to sixteen clubs at one stage when Caernarfon Town almost folded but managed to survive and see the season out. Holyhead Hotspur were docked three points for failing to show up for a game at Llangollen losing an appeal to the FAW over the leagues decision.

The final month of the season saw Flint dropping points and Llangefni Town over take them at the top to be crowned Champions. Flint also lost out in the league cup final losing to Llandudno who won the trophy for the first time in their history. At the bottom Guilsfield who had been in the drop zone at Christmas final finished sixth, an achievement that won their manager Mike Barton the manager of the season award and Darren Thomas of Llangefni Town was voted the player of the season.

The bottom ten clubs were relegated to their respective feeder league with founder member Lex X1 losing their place in the league for the first time in their history.