get first ever Wales win!
Chris Morrell's team got the first ever Wales
win in the uefa regions cup when representing the country last week in Estonia
making a little bit of Welsh history in the process. Our lower level players faced
higher tier teams in Group A from Estonia, Sweden and Kazakhstan who included
players who have played for the senior national team, yet were a whisker away
from pulling off mission impossible. The win against hosts Estonia was the first
Welsh win at ten attempts after Morrells men gained the first ever point in the
last tournament 2 years ago. After a bright start from Estonia, Wales dominated
the game but against the run of play, a well worked free kick saw Estonia take
the lead. The second half was more of the same with the introduction of Ryan Jones
working wonders as the pressure eventually told and goals from Duncan Midgley,
Ant Parry and Jones made the game safe. That win put Wales within one game of
qualification but now faced a incredibly physically strong Kazakhstan team who
fielded several international players however despite making several chances in
the second half and the players giving their all, Wales just came up short in
a one nil defeat. With qualification out of their hands only a win against a top
tier team from Sweden would do but two excellent Swedish goals looked to have
put them out however the never say die attitude these players have shown for the
past two years in qualification, got them back in the game through Midgley late
on and in injury time they had a very strong claim for a penalty to perhaps level
the tie. Huge thanks also must go to all the support we had back home from people
with so many good luck messages. Overall though an amazing effort by the team
from the North in a week which included training within the national stadium grounds,
playing in a Europa league standard stadium and doing something the players and
staff will look back on with pride for the rest of their lives.
Wales Amateur Squad;
Daniel Thomas, Gavin Sharpe, Dewi Thomas, Mathew
Jones Duncan Midgley, Jordan Owen, David Evans, Paul Fleming, Tom Taylor, Mike
Doutch, Ryan Booth, Ant Parry, Ryan Jones, Darren Ishmael, Rob Jones, David Clarke,
Kieron Hildritch, Owain Roberts
Coaches - Chris Morrell Andy Wilmot
UEFA Regions Cup 2012 & 2014
North Wales Coast Football Association
CPD Cerrigydrudion have requested relegation
to Division One, Cerrig who last season finished second from bottom in the Premier
Division feel they do not have a team to compete in our Premier Division.
normal circumstances, the bottom two clubs in our top division would be relegated,
but with the loss of Betws-yn-Rhos and Mochdre Sports, they had a reprieve.
will now take their place in the Division One fixtures vacated by F.C. Tudno.
The Premier Division fixtures will remain the same, with the teams that were due
to play Cerrig now having an open date.
require a new goalkeeper, contact the club secretary Roy on 07553 082845
Referees Appointments Officer
The Vale of Clwyd & Conwy
Football League are pleased to announce that Scott Longley will be our new referee's
appointments officer. Scott will be responsible for all appointments of match
officials in our league.
Mark Goldsmith - Chairman
F.C. require pre-season friendlies with teams from outside the Vale of Clwyd
& Conwy Division One, contact the club secretary Roy on 07553 082845
new season will kick-off on Saturday 6th September 2014
Any clubs who
have arranged friendlies, will need to inform the League and NWCFA (Alun Foulkes)
This can be done by email.
Pre-Season Friendlies List 2014
July - Prestatyn Town u19s v Rhyl Town AFC
30 July - Machno United v Glan Conwy
July - Prestatyn Sports v Flint Mountain
31 July - Prestatyn Sports Res. v
2 August - Machno United v Llysfaen
2 August - Llanrug United
res. v Conwy Legion United
2 August - Greenfield v Prestatyn Sports
- Llysfaen v Valley Athletic
9 August - Llysfaen v Trearddur Bay Reserves
August - Aber Foreshore F.C. v Conwy Legion United
9 August - Prestatyn Sports
v Crossbar F.C.
9 August - Prestatyn Sports Res. v Flint Mountain
- Bro Cernyw v Llysfaen
16 August - Prestatyn Town v Prestatyn Sports
August - Rhyl Athletic v Conwy Legion United
25 August - Jigsaw Lions v Llysfaen
the 22nd of July the Coast F.A. Mens team will once again represent Wales in the
uefa Regions Cup in Estonia. The tournament is the brainchild of Michel Platini
being the equivalent of the euros for amateur players and this will be the second
time Chris Morrell's men have earned the right to represent the country. Our tier
5 players (at start of qualifying) will face Estonia, Sweden and Kazakhstan with
all other country's selecting from a higher tiers so there is a very tough task
ahead however in the last tournament in Macedonia, they won the first ever Welsh
point in the competition, so now the challenge is to aim for a first win. The
Coast have beaten all other Welsh associations, a fantastic achievement in itself,
to be granted this incredible opportunity where players will wear full Welsh kit,
receive Welsh caps and live the life of a professional footballer.
will also have a warm up game against Prestatyn Town FC on Weds 16th of July at
Prestatyn, 7.30 kick off
Wales Amateur Squad;
Gavin Sharpe, Dewi Thomas, Mathew Jones (all Llan), Duncan Midgley, Jordan Owen,
David Evans & Paul Fleming (All St. Asaph), Tom Taylor (Glantraeth), Mike
Doutch, Ryan Booth, Ant Parry (Treaddur bay), Ryan Jones (Holyhead Hotspurs),
Darren Ishmael, Rob Jones, David Clarke (all Beaumaris), Kieron Hildritch (Glan
Conwy), Owain Roberts (Pentraeth)
fc have had a cancellation and are looking for a friendly Thursday evening.
We'd prefer to play at our place if possible.
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Just to let you know that if you are on Facebook then you may
be interested in joining the following two groups which I administer.
'Vale of Clwyd and Conwy Football League'
Both groups let you know
what's going on in North Wales and within our own league.
Just go into the
group and just click to join group and I will accept your request.
on to your players also and any friends who may be interested
Llandudno Athletic require a goalkeeper
interested please contact Rhys on 07885 664331
Ayr F.C. require a goalkeeper
Please contact Chairman John Owen on 01745-560742
CPD Cerrig require a new manager
Cerrigydrudion are looking for a new manager for the new season 2014/2015. Please
contact club secretary Anna Lloyd on 07979 152420
FC reserves are looking for some pre-season friendlies.
contact: Alan Williams
Structure for Season 2014/2015
Conwy Legion United
Rhyl Town AFC
Prestatyn Sports Res
O GYFARFOD CYFFREDINOL BLYNYDDOL/NOTIFICATION OF ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING
unol â Rheol 16 rhoddaf rybudd i chi fod tair Gyfarfod Cyffredinol Blynyddol
Cynghrair Pêl-droed Dyffryn Clwyd a Chonwy iw gynnal nos Fercher y
2ail o Orffennaf 2014 yng Nghlwb Pêl-droed Bae Colwyn, Ffordd Llanelian,
Bae Colwyn i ddechrau am 7:00 yr hwyr.
Gofynnir yn garedig i chi arwyddor
ddogfen gofrestru yn y Cyfarfod ac i fod yn eich sedd erbyn 6:50 yr hwyr.
pob Clwb anfon dau gynrychiolydd ir cyfarfod, ond dim ond UN sydd âr
hawl i bleidleisio. Nodwch mai dim ond y materion sydd ar yr agenda sydd iw
trafod yn y Cyfarfod.
In accordance with Rule 16 I hereby give notice that
the 3rd Annual General Meeting of the Vale of Clwyd and Conwy Football League
will be held on Wednesday the 2nd July 2014 at Colwyn Bay Football Club, Llanelian
Road, Colwyn Bay to commence at 7:00pm.
You are requested to sign the attendance
register and to be seated by 6:50pm.
Each Club may send TWO representatives
to the meeting, but only ONE shall be entitled to vote. Voting will be by card
only. Please note that only matters listed on the agenda will be discussed.
The League will
operate for season 2014/15 with a minimum of 21 teams. Betws-yn-Rhos & Prestatyn
Albion have folded. Prestatyn Rovers have a new committee and have applied for
a change of name. Conwy Legion United & Prestatyn Sports have been promoted
into the Premier Division. No Premier Division Club had applied to the Welsh Alliance
League, before the 31st December 2013, as per FAW Pyramid regulation. No Premier
Division club has been promoted by the League.
Llannefydd - Sovereign Trophies Auxiliary Cup Winners 2014
Auxiliary Cup Final
at Prestatyn Town
John Williams 87|
of the winning Welsh uefa Regions Cup North Wales Coast FA team
United Football Club require a Reserve Team Manager for next season 2014 -
All interested applicants should contact either D.H.Jones ,Secretary
Tel. 01492 640468, mobile 07739 626163, e-mail email@example.com
or Club Chairman, Mr.R.C.Williamson 07809 069114.
Closing date for this
position is June 5th.2014.
The League Application
Form for season 2014/15 can be downloaded here
This form must be completed & returned
by 31st May 2014
All existing clubs in membership
have been sent forms
Sovereign Trophies Auxiliary Cup Semi-Final
Llandudno United v Llannefydd
Machno United v Prestatyn Sports
FA 2 West Wales 1
An incredible 2 year uefa Regions Cup Welsh tournament
came to an end with the Coast retaining the trophy after a stunning last minute
winner from Mathew Jones. Despite giving up home advantage to play every game
in Mid-Wales for 2 years and despite an extremely strong West Wales FA side that
turned up to play, this Coast team dont when to quit and somehow against all the
odds will now go on to Represent Wales in Estonia in July.
Coast started the
brighter and had chances from Anthony Parry, Gavin Sharpe & Duncan Midgely
but found West's keeper John Clarke in top form. After another Parry effort was
kept out however a break away from West just before the half led to the opening
goal to put Coast on the back foot in a game they needed to win. Coast regrouped
at half time and a bright start saw them rewarded when a smart finish from Gavin
Sharpe brought them level on 48mins.
The game was on a knife edge with chances
galore at both ends as Coast pushed on and West countered with only heroic defending
from skipper David Evans and Tom Taylor, some top saves from keeper Mike Doutch
and a brilliant display from West's keeper Clarke keeping the score level but
a change of shape and introduction of Ryan Jones, Darren Ismael and Matt Jones
from the Coast brought its rewards when in the final minute, Matt Jones cut in
from the left and smashed a 20 yard strike into the top corner to send the Coast
into raptures. Big thanks to Macron Sports who's new kit this year has certainly
brought us luck and now the lads can look forward to a week competing in Estonia
in the uefa regions cup, representing Wales.
20th May 2014|
Trophies Auxiliary Cup Quarter Final|
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17th May 2014
Cup Semi-Finals|| || || |
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Trophies Auxiliary Cup Quarter Finals|
Legion United - 2013/2014 Presidents Cup Winners, complete a League Treble
Legion United - Division One Champions 2013/2014
Legion United win the REM Jones Cup at Colwyn Bay. Two goals early in the second
half proved enough for Legion to claim their first trophy of the season. Prestatyn
just shaded the first half, Danny Williams having two efforts ruled out for offside.
after only a minute into the second period Olly Walters headed Conwy in front,
as Prestatyn failed to clear a loose bouncing ball in their six yard box, five
minutes later Conwy doubled their lead, when Chris Quinn latched onto a long ball,
firing his shot across Sion Williams into the far corner.
teams will be promoted into the Premier Division next season and meet again on
Saturday at the Meadows in Prestatyn, for a title decider. A large crowd is expected,
there will be no gate, but a collection will be made at the game in aid of the
Jones Cup Final - Colwyn Bay|
Walters 46|| |
Quinn 51|| |
Legion United - REM Jones Cup Winners 2013/2014
from the Final
Sports - REM Jones Cup Finalists 2013/2014
require manager for next season
Betws-yn-Rhos F.C. are
looking for a new manager and obviously more players. We have good facilities,
kit and core players but looking for more. If interested contact Dave Sharpe on
07919 194681 firstname.lastname@example.org
LLANNEFYDD - VALE OF CLWYD & CONWY CHAMPIONS 2013-2014
Division - Final Table
Precision Premier Cup Final at Colwyn Bay|
Wilson 58 & 65|
Sports F.C. 2014 Normac Precision Premier Cup Winners
Craig Wilson - Scorer of two goals and man of the match
Llannefydd won the Vale of Clwyd and Conwy League for the first time. A 3-0 home
win against Machno United and Llansannan losing at home, confirmed Llannefydd
The presentation of the championship trophy and medals for
both clubs, will take place next Saturday at the Llan Siro, where Llansannan will
play Llannefydd, in the final league game for both teams.
needed a win against Machno and following some reliant defending from the visitors,
Robyn Jones prodded a close range effort to put Llannefydd ahead on 38 minutes,
Pete Dawson headed in from a corner on 68 and Kevin Evans added a third 5 minutes
from time to secure the win and League Title.
Meanwhile Llansannan slipped
up at home to Prestatyn Rovers, Josh Lally putting the visitors in front and Lewis
Thomas adding to more goals, as Rovers went on to win 3-2. Geraint Jones and Sion
Williams getting the Llansannan goals.
Rhyl Athletic finished their league
programme on a high, beating Mochdre Sports, Greg Montgomary scoring twice. This
result guarantees Bro Cernyw a top four finish.
Clwyd Cup holders Mochdre
Sports, will now have to wait until next Saturday in order to find out if they
qualify for the competition, as Machno United could push them out of the top four
by winning their last league game at home to Betws-yn-Rhos. A win would see Machno
finish in a credible third position.
Conwy Legion United are on the verge
of completing a stunning first season, two wins this week have put them top of
Division One on goal difference with Prestatyn Sports. Both clubs play each other
at the meadows Prestatyn on Saturday 10th May, in the last league fixture, before
that they meet in the REM Jones Cup final at Colwyn Bay on Wednesday 7th May.
Sports completed their Auxiliary Cup Group with 100% six wins, the latest a 5-2
win against Mold. Steve (Robbo) Roberts rolled back the years, scoring two goals,
to add to the single, which he scored at Mold the week before. His second goal
being the pick of the bunch, rounding the advancing keeper, before slotting the
ball home from 20 yards out.
In the other groups, Rhos United were defeated
3-2 at Gresford, Old Colwyn won at home to Caerwys, with Kyle Johnson scoring
twice and Rhyl Town avenged the midweek defeat at home to Betws-yn-Rhos by winning
the return 4-1 and also previously beating Llansannan 3-1 on Thursday.
FA 1 Coast FA 3
A stunning performance from Chris Morrell's
Coast FA Mens team against Gwent FA today means they took a huge step in retaining
the Wales Regions Cup and kept alive the possibility of representing Wales again
in the uefa Regions Cup in Estonia this summer. Facing a top of the league Gwent
side who were unbeaten with a vast selection area, Coast we're fired up from the
start and within 15 mins had two good chances fall to Anthony Parry but couldn't
find a breakthrough. Gwent came into it more but outstanding performances from
Tom Taylor and David Evans in the heart of the defense gave nothing away and Coast
finished the half strongly with Duncan Midgeley and Jordan Owen coming close.
The second half was more of the same with the Coast finally finding a goal with
a Kieron Hildritch free kick which was closely followed by a class finish from
Parry from an acute angle on 55 mins. Coast then soaked up a bit of pressure but
killed the game off when Gavin Sharpe released Midgeley and the striker made no
mistake. Further chances fell to the hardworking Owain Robins and sub Darren Ismael
and after a late flourish saw Gwent pinch a consolation, Coast played out the
game to take a vital 3 points. The result now means a win in their last game will
see the Coast once again win the Wales cup which given the association has by
far the smallest pool to pick from, as well as having to give up home advantage
to play every game in Mid Wales, the fact they're even in contention is an achievement
on its own.
North Wales Coast Football Association
Under 18 and
Mens Representative teams
United - Normac Precision Premier Cup Finalists 2014
Sports Football Club - Normac Precision Premier Cup Finalists 2014
Sports are delighted to have returned to their traditional colours of Green &
White hoops, thanks to the sponsorship of Contactum. Mochdre have been associated
with Green & White hooped shirts since the 1950's when the village pub entered
a team into the local leagues.
We are always seeking new sponsorship, and
have a sponsorship brochure available for any interested parties. Anybody interested
should contact club secretary Luke Thomas on 07833307544 or email@example.com."
27th see's our North Wales Coast FA Men's representative team take on Gwent at
Newtown in effectively a must win game for the opportunity to represent Wales
in the uefa regions cup in Estonia this summer...
Although the Coast
FA are the current holders representing Wales in Macedonia 2 years ago, as the
smallest association we give a huge advantage to Gwent who select from such a
large pool of players so this will be a very big ask of our lads...
players are made up from the Clwyd, Anglesey & Gwynedd leagues and so the
possibility of representing their country in a European tournament against Estonia,
Sweden and Kazakhstan this July would be a huge honor...
lie 5 points off Gwent with a game in hand however difficulty over our final fixture
with West Wales, means it looks likely everything may hang on this Sundays fixture...
North Wales Coast Football Association
Under 18 and Mens Representative
Post Match Hospitality
again the league are receiving complaints that some clubs are not going back for
the Post Match Hospitality provided by the home clubs. This results in a lot of
food being wasted and is not acceptable in the spirit of local football.
receiving confirmation from the home side during the week, can all visiting opponents
indicate clearly if they do not intend going back for hospitality following the
end of the match.
We all need to make more of an effort to support each
other as clubs.
Mark Goldsmith - Chairman
John Roberts -
John Roberts of Llangefni, Anglesey, who was secretary
of the Gwynedd Football League, passed away peacefully at Glan Clwyd Hospital
on Saturday afternoon.
He had been unwell for some time, but was typically
spirited right up to the end, said his friend and long-standing football colleague
Alun Foulkes, general secretary of the North Wales Coast FA.
John for over 20 years and he was a popular and well-respected stalwart across
the football community of North Wales," said Foulkes.
"He was known
as John Rock, because of the part of Llangefni where he lived, Pencraig.
was in his second stint as Gwynedd League secretary and had previously been Anglesey
"John also had a long-standing involvement with Llangefni
Town, where he held many roles over the years."
Clwyd Cup and Auxiliary
Flint Town United Youth
Gresford Sports & Social
Six Group Winners and the
Two Best Runners Up will Qualify for the Quarter Final Draw.
Athletic fundraise for the Welsh Air Ambulance Service
are holding a Christmas raffle in aid of the Welsh Air Ambulance Service. Anyone
wishing to donate a prize or make a donation, please contact Dale Foxbyrne of
Rhyl Athletic F.C. on 01745-888215 home or 07983 391570 mobile.
injured in Cerrig - Rhyl Athletic League Match
Danny Davies Rhyl Athletics
17 year old goalkeeper broke his both his fibula and tibia in his right leg at
Cerrigydrudion this afternoon and was air lifted to hospital.
would like to thank CPD Cerrigydrudion and the Welsh Air Ambulance Service, for
their assistance in helping the injured player.
The Vale of Clwyd &
Conwy League, Clubs, Players & Referees involved with the league all would
like to wish Danny a speedy recovery back to full fitness.
- New kit sponsorship deal.
F.C. have changed their home kit to Green and White. Trefnant F.C. would like
to thank Flo-Flex and Netwell Scaffolding for their sponsorship deal, if anyone
would be interested in any future sponsorship please ring the Trefnant Chairman
Neal on 07745719436.
Referees Course to be held in Llandudno
NWCFA have arranged a Referees Course for people male or female interested in
becoming referees or assistant referees in the local area leagues between the
ages of 14 and 70 years old,
The course will be 2 hours per week,
over an eight week period and will start on
MONDAY 4th NOVEMBER
Community meeting rooms in Asda Supermarket, Llandudno
For further information contact Mark Petch 077740-284660
Course to be held in Llanberis
A referees course will start at Llanberis
Football Club on November 12th 6:30pm-9:00pm organised by NWCFA, for further details
contact Merfyn Edmunds 01248 351989 or Alun Foulkes 01248 713501.
FA 3 Coast FA 0
Two hotly disputed penalties, two disallowed goals and
a below par performance were the ingredients that led to a first defeat since
March 2011 for the Coast FA Mens team on Sunday in the uefa regions cup at Newtown.
The officials certainly had an impact on the game however the Coast did not do
themselves justice as two-time winners Gwent went to the top of the table. A bright
start from the Coast was hindered by some interesting offside calls none more
so than a Tom Taylor poached goal in the box ruled out by the assistant. This
had a big effect on the game and from this point Gwent came on very strong having
much the better of the first half but found centre backs Taylor and David Evans
at their best. It took a 25yrd shot close to half time blocked by Taylor with
what clearly seemed to be his chest, given as a penalty to split the teams when
converted. Not long after an outstanding finish from the edge of the area by Ashley
Johnstone extended the lead to take Gwent in 2.0 up. Coast started the second
half better with Ryan Booth, Ryan Jones and Darren Ismael having chances however
another dubious penalty killed the game, when Taylor's excellent tackle in the
area was punished. Coast kept pushing for some reward and a goal from Ismael was
again ruled out for offside however Gwent looked stronger and worked harder all
game and held on to take the points. With a game in hand, The Coast still are
very much in the hunt but will need a vast improvement in the future games.
FA vs East FA
Facing a very strong East FA side in the RAM Under 18 trophy,
Chris Morrell's youngster were always going to be up against it but snatched a
valuable point with a last minute equalizer in a hard working display at Colwyn
Bay FC on Thursday night. Fielding 9 1st year players, the Coast were dominated
by East early on with Zyacc Edwards outstanding. A goal from Myles Hart as early
as the 3rd minute set the tone and East were unlucky not to lead further after
hitting the post twice and having a penalty saved by man of the match Mike Askew.
It took the Coast boys half an hour to settle but they found their feet a little
when a 30yrd drive from Sam Faulkner hit the post, a Peter Jones header was well
saved and eventually great work from Phil Warrington who managed to get himself
one on one with the keeper to cooly finish and level the game on 37mins. East
stepped it up again though and more good work from Edwards led to Ryan Jones giving
East the lead again just before the half. The second half was a far better tempo
from the Coast and despite not creating many clear chances, they certainly had
more belief and battled all over the pitch however they ran out of steam a little
and the last ten minutes again belonged to East who should of sealed the game
through Jones and Robertson but a last minute corner for the Coast fell to Meiler
Williams who turned sharply in the box and smashed home a leveler. Tough to take
for the East who were good value for a win but the Coast lads never gave up and
got some reward for their hard work.
Coast - Matt Jones, Peter Jones (Llandudno),
Dec O'Connor, Josh Granham (Colwyn bay), Iwan Williams, Mike Askew, Jay Whitehouse
(Rhyl), Dan Connelly, Kris Dunne (Holyhead), Sam Faulkner (Menia Bridge), Ryan
Stuart (Glan Conwy), Phil Warrington (Bangor City), Nathan Wiliams, James Bell
(Caernarfon), Callum Graves (Llangoed & District), Meiler Williams (Blaenau),
Alex Stokes (Junction)
Rhos United New Manager
Rhos United have
appointed a new Manager in Darrell Jones from Llandudno Junction.
JUNIOR CUP 3rd ROUND DRAW
Nefyn United v Y Glannau
v Prestatyn Sports
Llandegfan v Aberffraw
Morawelon v Holy Isle
Menai Bridge Tigers v Llangefni Town
Trearddur Bay v Conwy
Rhyl Town v Cemaes Bay
Ties to be played on or
before November 2.
Trefnant require an assistant manager
F.C. are looking for an assistant manager, to help with the running of the team,
which involves Training, matchday and other commitments.
call Trefnant Chairman Niel on 07745719436
Legion United F.C.
before their NWCFA Junior Cup match at Llysfaen, below action from the game.
Wales Coast FA Under 18 Rep
trials will be on
Sunday Oct 13th, 1pm
Elian Sports Complex, Windsor Dr, Colwyn Bay LL29 8HU
all information (name, age, position, contact info) on players
you wish to
nominate for the up-coming trials by Thursday 10th.
Players to be at Complex
by 1pm, finished by 3pm please
Wales UEFA Regions Cup Manager 2012
North Wales Coast Football Association
18 and Mens Representative teams Manager
Bro Cernyw - Vale of Clwyd & Conwy Premier Division 2013-14
Course to be held in Rhyl
A referees course will be held at Rhyl Leisure
Centre, beginning on Thursday October 17th at 7.00 pm. For further enquiries please
contact NWCFA referees officer Merfyn Edmunds, on 01248-351989 or NWCFA General
Secretary Alun Foulkes, on 01248-713501
The course will last for Seven weeks
and will be taken by the NWCFA referees officer Merfyn Edmunds. The cost of attending
the course is £15.00
Town AFC 2013/2014
Sports F.C. 2013-14
from the Prestatyn Sports-Llandudno United match
appoint joint Manager.
Prestatyn Rovers have appointed Darren Griffith
as joint manager to assist Steve Taylor.
Vale of Clwyd &
Conwy League Structure for Season 2013/14
Rhyl Town AFC
Combination Reserve Division
under admin of the Clwyd East Football League)
Aston Park Rangers res
Flint Town United Youth
Flint Mountain res
Holywell Town res
St Asaph res
Town 1st & Reserves
St. Asaph (Welsh Alliance League)
United res & Llandyrnog United reserves (North Wales Reserve Premier League)
an FAW directive on dual affiliation, The Vale of Clwyd & Conwy will not be
running the Combination Division, as of Next Season this Division will come under
the NEWFA in the Clwyd East Football League.