Gwynedd League

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Gwynedd Football League
Founded1983
Folded2020
CountryFlag of Wales (1959-present).svg  Wales
Divisions1
Number of teams15
Level on pyramid5
Promotion to Welsh Alliance League Division 2
Relegation to Anglesey League
Last champions Bangor 1876
(2019–20)
Most championships Y Felinheli (3 titles)
Current: 2019–20 season

The Gwynedd Football League was a football league at the fifth level of the Welsh football league system in north-west Wales.

Contents

The league folded in 2020 due to a reorganisation of the Welsh football league pyramid, with many teams joining the North Wales Coast West Football League. [1]

Member clubs for the final 2019–20 season

Cups

There were three active cups played for within the league. They were:

History

Champions

Player of the Season

  • 1983–84: Derlwyn Hughes (Menai Bridge Tigers)
  • 1984–85: Osian Roberts (Bethesda Athletic)
  • 1985–86: No competition
  • 1986–87: Carl Davies (Machno United)
  • 1987–88: Iwan Evans (Locomotive Llanberis)
  • 1988–89: Emrys Jones (Llangefni Town)
  • 1989–90: Howard Kemp (Univ. of Bangor)
  • 1990–91: David Phillips (Llanrug United)
  • 1991–92: Dale Flemming (Holyhead Town)
  • 1992–93: Nigel Moore (Holyhead Town)
  • 1993–94: Kevin S. Hughes (Blaenau Ffestiniog Amateurs)
  • 1994–95: Paul Evans (Hotpoint)
  • 1995–96: Martin Jones (Conwy United)
  • 1996–97: Nigel Moore (Holyhead Hotspur)
  • 1997–98: Ryan Davies (Llandegfan)
  • 1998–99: Lee Newport (Barmouth & Dyffryn United)
  • 1999–2000: Cemlyn Williams (Bethesda Athletic)
  • 2000–01:
  • 2001–02: Leighton Griffiths (Llanrwst United)
  • 2002–03: Lex Piper (Univ. of Bangor)
  • 2003–04: Michael Linnekar (Univ. of Bangor)
  • 2004–05: Lloyd Edwards (Porthmadog)
  • 2005–06: Lloyd Edwards (Pwllheli)
  • 2006–07: Craig Papirnyk (Barmouth & Dyffryn)
  • 2007–08: Chris Parry (Llanllyfni)
  • 2008–09: Gareth Wyn Roberts (Bodedern Athletic)
  • 2009–10: Jonathan Sadler (Caernarfon Wanderers)
  • 2010–11:
  • 2011–12: Mathew Hughes (Penrhyndeudraeth)
  • 2012–13: Ian Williams (Trearddur Bay United) [12]
  • 2013–14:
  • 2014–15:
  • 2015–16:
  • 2016–17:
  • 2017–18:

Top goalscorer

  • 1983–84: Billy Hughes (Y Felinheli, 22 goals)
  • 1984–85: Peter Kasperek (Llanfairpwll, 12 goals)
  • 1985–86: No competition
  • 1986–87: Steven Williams (Llanberis, 26 goals)
  • 1987–88: Hugh Jones (Nantlle Vale, 36 goals)
  • 1988–89: David Jones (Nefyn United, 37 goals)
  • 1989–90: David Jones (Nefyn United, 41 goals)
  • 1990–91: Richard Richards (Machno United, 35 goals)
  • 1991–92: David Jones (Nefyn United, 38 goals)
  • 1992–93: Dale Flemming (Holyhead Town, 35 goals)
  • 1993–94: John Hayes (Mountain Rangers, 51 goals)
  • 1994–95: Ian Williams (Porthmadog, 37 goals)
  • 1995–96: Dominic Hardy (Barmouth & Dyffryn, 39 goals)
  • 1996–97: Matthew Evans (Llanrwst United, 28 goals)
  • 1997–98: Viv Williams (Amlwch Town, 43 goals)
  • 1998–99: David Jones (Pwllheli, 34 goals)
  • 1999–2000: Daron Wyn Jones (Llangefni, 32 goals)
  • 2000–01: Terry Jones (Felinheli, 24 goals)
  • 2001–02: Alan Jones (Nefyn United, 37 goals)
  • 2002–03: Anthony Hughes (Beaumaris Town, 39 goals)
  • 2003–04: Andy Hall (Univ. of Bangor, N/A)
  • 2004–05: Gareth Davies (Beaumaris Town, 34 goals)
  • 2005–06: Peter Griffiths (Pwllheli, 31 goals)
  • 2006–07: Carl Ryan (Barmouth & Dyffryn, 35 goals)
  • 2007–08: Mathew Hughes (Porthmadog, 40 goals)
  • 2008–09: Jamie Whitemore (Bethel, 37 goals)
  • 2009–10: Andy Clarke (Beaumaris Town, 27 goals)
  • 2010–11:
  • 2011–12:
  • 2012–13: Darren Ishmael (Beaumaris Town, N/A) [13]
  • 2013–14:
  • 2014–15: Sion Parry (Llanystumdwy, 56 goals)
  • 2015–16: Sion Parry (Llanystumdwy, 42 goals)
  • 2016–17: Sion Parry (Llanystumdwy, 36 goals)
  • 2017–18: Sion Parry (Llanystumdwy, 40 goals)

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