Gwynedd League

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

Gwynedd Football League
Founded1983
Country Wales
Divisions1
Number of teams15
Level on pyramid5
Promotion toWelsh Alliance League Division 2
Relegation toAnglesey League
Current championsMenai Bridge Tigers
(2018–19)
Most championshipsY Felinheli (3 titles)
WebsiteGwynedd Football League
2019–20 season

Member clubs for 2019–20 season

Cups

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

  • Tarian Gwynedd Safeflue Shield
  • Cwpan Gwynedd
  • Tarian Goffa Bob Owen Memorial Shield, noddir gan / sponsored by Snowdonia Fire Protection

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)[10]
  • 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: Ceri 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)[11]
  • 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)

References

  1. "Gwynedd League 2010/11". Retrieved 15 February 2019.
  2. "Gwynedd League 2011/12". Retrieved 15 February 2019.
  3. "Gwynedd League 2012/13". Retrieved 15 February 2019.
  4. "Gwynedd League 2013/14". Retrieved 15 February 2019.
  5. "Gwynedd League 2014/15". Retrieved 15 February 2019.
  6. "Gwynedd League 2015/16". Retrieved 15 February 2019.
  7. "Gwynedd League 2016/17". Retrieved 15 February 2019.
  8. "Gwynedd League 2017/18". Retrieved 15 February 2019.
  9. "Gwynedd League 2018/19". Retrieved 18 June 2019.
  10. "Ian Williams Wins Player Of The Year". 28 June 2013. Retrieved 15 February 2019.
  11. "Darren Ishmael Is The League's Leading Goalscorer". 28 June 2013. Retrieved 15 February 2019.
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