The Huws Gray Alliance team of the season chosen from the votes received by opposing teams throughout the season

GOALKEEPER - Dylan Jones (Ruthin Town)

Joined Ruthin's youth system as a 11-year-old in 2003 and has since developed into a really good goalkeeper who is an excellent shot stopper. Having returned from university he played for the reserves before breaking into the first team last season.

BACK THREE - Max Peate (Gresford Athletic) - John Davies (Flint Town United) - Steve Thomas (Holywell Town)

Max Peate - Experienced central defender who has played in the Welsh Premier League. This is his second season at Gresford since returning from Denbigh Town, having previously featured for Technogroup Welshpool and Cefn Druids

John Davies -. An extremely consistent performer, he was awarded Flint Supporters Player of the Year last season. As a schoolboy he joined Chester City, spending 5fiveseasons with them. Has also played for Colwyn Bay, Airbus UK and Holywell Town

Steve Thomas - . Fast, attacking forward who can play either upfront or on the wing. Steve was Welsh Alliance player of the season a couple of season’s back and scored two goals in the FAW Trophy final in 2010/11

MIDFIELD – Darren Thomas (Caernarfon Town) – Mike Parker (Prestatyn Town) – Nathan Craig (Prestatyn Town) -Steve Thomas (Holywell Town)

Darren Thomas – Fast attacking player who scores goals for fun previous clubs include Llangefni Town, Aberystwyth Town, Porthmadog

Mike Parker (Prestatyn Town) - “Legend” is a word often used too often but Michael is a genuine legend at Prestatyn. The club means so much to him and he has turned down numerous offers from many clubs to stay at home. An absolute gentleman, Michael is a powerful, skilful midfielder who can also double up as a centre back and has been known to play as a striker when required

Nathan Craig (Caernarfon Town) - Nathan came up through the ranks at Everton and played in the first team before being released in 2011. Has also made several Welsh Under 21 appearances. Signed for Caernarvon in 2012 before again turning professional at Torquay United in 2013. Went on loan to Dorchester Town before returning to Caernarvon to take up the new post of Football in the Community Director and re-signing for the Club. One of the best players in North Wales and an extremely valuable addition to the squad

Tom Freeman - Pacey attacking midfielder / striker who has signed from Chirk AAA following rave reviews in the 2015/16 season. Tom has impressed Gresford during pre-season and we have big hopes for him this season.

SRTIKERS – Jordon Davies (Prestatyn Town) – Jon Evans (Penrhyncoch) – Mel McGinnis (Holyhead Hotspur)

Jordon Davies - Talented winger who has some great tricks in his armoury, which along with devastating pace, has made him a potential target for a number of WPL clubs in the last 2 years

Jon Evans - Jonathan has earned widespread acclaim for his performances up front for the Roosters this season. A former Aberystwyth Town Academy player he progressed to Cardiff City’s Academy. Whilst there he represented the Welsh Schoolboys and Under 16s sides, competing in the Victory Shield. Jonathan then signed for Accrington Stanley, before returning to Aber before his transfer to [Penrhyncoch

Mel McGinnis - Pacey and skilful a real test for any defender. Will score goals a plenty on the ground or in the air, and a willing runner who never gives up on a through ball