Cymru Alliance League Cup

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Cymru Alliance League Cup
Founded1990
Abolished2019
RegionNorth Wales
Last championsFlint Town United
Most successful club(s)Bala Town (4 titles)
Website http://www.huwsgrayalliance.co.uk
Soccerball current event.svg 2017–18

The Welsh Football League Challenge Cup (known as the Huws Gray Cup for sponsorship reasons) was a knock-out competition for all members of the three divisions that made up the Cymru Alliance in north Wales.

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List of winners

SeasonWinnerRunner-upSource
1990–91 Lex XI Caersws [1]
1991–92 Lex XI Flint Town United
1992–93 Rhyl Gresford Athletic
1993–94 Welshpool Town Rhyl
1994–95 Wrexham Reserves Llandrindod Wells
1995–96 Oswestry Town Llandudno
1996–97 Penrhyncoch Penycae
1997–98 Holywell Town Oswestry Town
1998–99 Porthmadog Rhydymwyn
1999–00 Welshpool Town Oswestry Town
2000–01 Caernarfon Town Welshpool Town
2001–02 Cemaes Bay Ruthin Town
2002–03 Porthmadog Buckley Town
2003–04 Buckley Town Lex XI
2004–05 Bala Town Penrhyncoch
2005–06 Glantraeth Bala Town
2006–07 Bala Town Holyhead Hotspur
2007–08 Bala Town Gap Queens Park
2008–09 Bala Town Holyhead Hotspur
2009–10 Llandudno Flint Town United
2010–11 Guilsfield Porthmadog [2]
2011–12 Rhyl Caersws [3]
2012–13 Conwy Borough Caersws [4]
2013–14 Caernarfon Town Flint Town United [5]
2014–15 Caersws Guilsfield [6]
2015–16 Caernarfon Town Flint Town United [7]
2016–17 Caernarfon Town Flint Town United [8]
2017–18 Flint Town United Gresford Athletic [9]

Performance by club

ClubWinnersRunners-upWinning Years
Bala Town 412005, 2007, 2008, 2009
Caernarfon Town 42001, 2014, 2016, 2017
Lex XI 211991, 1992
Porthmadog 211999, 2003
Rhyl 211993, 2012
Welshpool Town 211994, 2000
Caersws 132015
Oswestry Town 121996
Buckley Town 112004
Flint Town United 112018
Guilsfield 112011
Llandudno 112010
Penrhyncoch 111997
Cemaes Bay 12002
Conwy Borough 12013
Glantraeth 12006
Holywell Town 11998
Wrexham Reserves 11995

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  7. "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 12 August 2016. Retrieved 18 June 2016.CS1 maint: archived copy as title (link)
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  9. http://www.huwsgrayalliance.co.uk/index.php/2014-07-15-18-06-16/hgc/match/6141 [ bare URL ]