The Huws Gray Alliance enters its twenty eighth season and although reduced to fifteen clubs by the disappointingly late withdrawal of Rhayader Town looks as strong as ever with numerous clubs looking possible champions.

The league starts with four clubs possessing the FAW domestic license and the likelihood of another club being promoted to the JD Sports Welsh Premier league at the end of the season

Most people are predicting the front runners to be last season’s runners up Caerrnarfon Town and the two clubs relegated from the top tier Airbus Broughton and Rhyl to flight it out for the championship BUT with clubs like Flint Town United, Holyhead Hotspur, Holywell Town and Porthmadog building playing squads to compete at the highest level the league should be as competitive as ever.

And what of the other clubs such as Caersws, Denbigh Town, Gresford Athletic and Guilsfield who are more than capable of giving any team a run for their money

Penrhyncoch and Ruthin Town consolidated their league status last season and will be looking to push on this time round, both will give any team a tough game

The two promoted clubs FC Queens Park and Llandudno Junction are both newcomers to the Huws Gray Alliance and will be up for the fight after having a busy preseason building squads to compete at this level – they could surprise a few

All in all, it is predicted that this season’s league could be one of the best and tightest ever seen with whoever comes out on top worthy winners

The league fully supports the FAW’s strategy for A STRONGER AND SUSTAINABLE DOMESTIC GAME and with the introduction of the tier two ground criteria gets stronger and stronger every season

If its competitive football played on ever improving grounds the HUWS GRAY ALLIANCE is the place to be on a Saturday afternoon