Holywell Town
27-07-2016 19:00
Mold Alex - : - Brickfield
29-07-2016 19:30
Holyhead Hotspur - : - Penrhyndeudraeth
Penrhyncoch - : - Aberystwyth
Prestatyn Town - : - Wrexham
30-07-2016 13:00
Ashville - : - Denbigh Town
30-07-2016 14:00
Mold Alex - : - Rhyl
30-07-2016 14:30
Conwy Borough - : - Heswall
Flint Town United - : - Greenfield
Holywell Town - : - Paige Celtic
Porthmadog - : - Carno
Prestatyn Town - : - Wrexham
30-07-2016 15:00
Caernarfon Town - : - Vauxhall
02-08-2016 18:30
Brymbo - : - Ruthin Town
02-08-2016 19:30
Bangor City - : - Porthmadog
Caernarfon Town - : - Wrexham
Caersws - : - Welshpool
Holywell Town - : - Greenfield
03-08-2016 19:30
Heswall - : - Flint Town United
04-08-2016 19:30
Bangor City - : - Holyhead Hotspur
05-08-2016 19:30
Llanidloes Town - : - Caersws
06-09-2016 19:30
Bala Town - : - Flint Town United
Caernarfon Town - : - Rhyl
Guilsfield - : - Airbus UK
Llandudno - : - Holyhead Hotspur
Penrhyncoch - : - Aberystwyth
Prestatyn Town - : - Bangor City
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With the League of Wales commencing in August 1992, the Cymru Alliance saw eight of its members leave for the national league, creating somewhat of a void in the more established competition.

Newly formed Cefn Druids (created after a merger between Cefn Albion and Druids United), Rhos Aelwyd, Ruthin Town, Wrexham Reserves (all from the Welsh National League Wrexham Area), Knighton Town, Rhayader Town (both from the Mid Wales League) and Rhyl (Northern Premier League) filled the vacancies created by the formation of the League of Wales. Mid Wales League runners-up Morda United were thwarted in their bid to join the Cymru Alliance, when the FA prevented the Shropshire club becoming full members of the FAW, a condition of league membership.

The battle for the championship was, for the majority of the season, a five-way race between Lex XI, Llansantffriad, Rhyl, Welshpool Town and Wrexham Reserves. As the campaign moved into the New Year, Rhyl, Welshpool and Wrexham Reserves began to pull away from their rivals, although Lex XI and Llansantffriad, who were still involved in the Welsh Cup and Intermediate Cup, had games in hand.

The Saints eventually prevailed, winning promotion to the League of Wales, ahead of local rivals Welshpool, Rhyl and Wrexham Reserves’. Llansantffriad claimed a double by beating Brecon Corries in the Welsh Intermediate Cup final, but were defeated by Newtown in the Central Wales Challenge Cup final in their attempt to land a treble. Despite finishing third, on the return to Welsh football, Rhyl overcame Gresford Athletic in the League Cup final, and reached the Welsh Cup final, where they lost 5-0 to Cardiff City - having defeated two League of Wales clubs (Connahs Quay Nomads and Haverfordwest County) en route to the National Stadium.
With Llansantffriad continuing their rapid ascent towards the pinnacle of domestic football – the club was only promoted from the Montgomeryshire Amateur League in 1990 – they were replaced in the Cymru Alliance by Llanidloes Town, who were relegated from the League of Wales. With the league extended to 18 teams, there was no relegation at the end of 1992/93

08-10-2016 14:30
Caersws - : - Caernarfon Town
Conwy Borough - : - Porthmadog
Denbigh Town - : - Mold Alex
Flint Town United - : - Llanfair United
Guilsfield - : - Gresford Athletic
Holyhead Hotspur - : - Buckley Town
Penrhyncoch - : - Holywell Town
Prestatyn Town - : - Ruthin Town
Team
Pd Pts
1 Buckley Town 0 0
2 Caernarfon Town 0 0
3 Caersws 0 0
4 Conwy Borough 0 0
5 Denbigh Town 0 0
6 Flint Town United 0 0
7 Guilsfield 0 0
8 Holyhead Hotspur 0 0
9 Mold Alex 0 0
10 Porthmadog 0 0
11 Penrhyncoch 0 0
12 Ruthin Town 0 0
13 Prestatyn Town 0 0
14 Gresford Athletic 0 0
15 Llanfair United 0 0
16 Holywell Town 0 0
Link to the full table

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