Denbighshire League

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The Denbighshire League was a league in the early days of Welsh football. Originally titled the Welsh Senior League it ran from 1890 until 1902. It was mainly made up of teams from the Wrexham area, with sporadic entrants from Mid Wales and the North Wales Coast. It was one of the first organised Football Leagues in Wales. [1] The league was resurrected in September 1903 under the name the Wrexham and District League. [2]

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Founding Members

The following clubs took part in the 1890-91 season. [3] [4]

Champions

SeasonChampionsRunners UpThirdNotes
1890-91 [5] Druids Rhos Rhostyllen Victoria
1891-92League Not Run
1892-93 [6] Druids Chirk Brymbo Institute
1893-94 [7] Westminster Rovers Druids Brymbo Institute
1894-95 [8] Wrexham Westminster RoversDruids
1895-96 [9] WrexhamRhosDruids
1896-97 [10] Druids Newtown Oswestry United
1897-98 [11] Druids ReservesWrexham Reserves Rhos Eagle Wanderers
1898-99 [12] [13] Chirk ReservesWrexham Reserves Adwy United
1899–1900 [14] Wrexham ReservesChirk ReservesOswestry United Reserves
1900-01 [15] Broughton United Adwy Victoria Druids Reserves
1901-02 [16] Broughton UnitedDruids ReservesOswestry United Reserves

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