|Last champions||Flint Town United|
|Most successful club(s)||Bala Town (4 titles)|
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.
|1991–92||Lex XI||Flint Town United|
|1994–95||Wrexham Reserves||Llandrindod Wells|
|1997–98||Holywell Town||Oswestry Town|
|1999–00||Welshpool Town||Oswestry Town|
|2000–01||Caernarfon Town||Welshpool Town|
|2001–02||Cemaes Bay||Ruthin Town|
|2003–04||Buckley Town||Lex XI|
|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|
|2013–14||Caernarfon Town||Flint Town United|
|2015–16||Caernarfon Town||Flint Town United|
|2016–17||Caernarfon Town||Flint Town United|
|2017–18||Flint Town United||Gresford Athletic|
|Bala Town||4||1||2005, 2007, 2008, 2009|
|Caernarfon Town||4||–||2001, 2014, 2016, 2017|
|Lex XI||2||1||1991, 1992|
|Welshpool Town||2||1||1994, 2000|
|Flint Town United||1||1||2018|
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