Category Archives: Cymru Alliance

Holyhead Hotspur

Prolific striker Evans returns to boost Hotspur attack

Holyhead Hotspur have announced the signing of prolific attacker Marc Evans, who has returned to the club for a second spell. Bangor-born Evans made a fine impression during his first spell at the Club when he broke through into the Holyhead Hotspur first team back

Holywell Town

Holywell announce double signing

Holywell Town have announced the signing of left back Tom Hartley from Rhyl, as well as Matty Woodward from Runcorn Town. Hartley joined Rhyl in 2016 from North West Counties League side Cammell Laird, he made 33 appearances for Rhyl in his debut campaign in

Hotspur progress past defending champions Flint

Holyhead Hotspur knocked holders Flint Town United out of this season’s Huws Gray Alliance League Cup at the Silkmen’s own Cae y Castell in the first round, thanks to a 2-1 away victory, writes Holyhead’s Gareth Davies. Flint, who won the trophy at the end

McGuiness adds Ketley to Flint squad from local rivals Holywell

Flint Town United manager Niall McGuiness has added striker Damien Ketley to his attacking options, after signing the player from local rivals Holywell Town. Ketley has significant experience in Welsh football, and plied his trade with Prestatyn Town in the JD Welsh Premier League season,

Huws Gray Roundup: Matchday 6

It was an exciting week in the Huws Gray Alliance, with 32 goals in eight games over two days, including a big result in a top of the table clash. In the big fixture of the weekend, Airbus defeated Bangor, who suffered their third defeat,

Huws Gray Alliance Preview – Matchday 6

This weekend sees the next set of Huws Gray Alliance games return. After a shaky few results, Bangor and Airbus go head to head as the chief game of the weekend, in a game that may well define this early season in the Huws Gray. 

Bangor City will win Cymru Alliance title says Leon Field

Prestatyn Town manager Leon Field says it is Bangor City who will the Cymru Alliance title and not their Denbighshire rivals Rhyl. The Lilywhites have been assessed as potential title contenders, with the Rhyl Journal predicting they will pip the Citizens to the Cymru Alliance