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Huws Gray Alliance Team of the Season

Both Chris Roberts and Joe Makuruk were voted into the Huws Gray Alliance Team of the Season which is compiled from the man of the match nominations throughout the whole season.

Despite Robbo only featuring in 14 league games all season scoring four goals along the way, it shows how much he is still respected by many as one of the best central defenders to have graced both this league and the Welsh Premier.

In a season disrupted by injury, he still managed to complete the London Marathon and showed there is still something left in those old legs. His experience is a valuable asset amongst our squad of young players and his ability to get on the end crosses from set plays has meant he has scored some important goals along the way, no better than the one from within his own half at Airbus at the tail end of the season.

Skipper Joe Makaruk must have been close to making the first team in the vote, as he won an individual Player of the Month award again turning down overtures from Welsh Premier clubs to play for his home town club.

Chris Roberts is another local lad, in his third spell at the club, proving that there are few better clubs to play for locally than this community-based club and testament to what we are trying to achieve in developing talent from the age of five right through to the senior ranks.

For the whole Team see here

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4th best supported club

Buckley Town was the 4th best-supported club in the Huws Gray Alliance league during the 2018-19 season according to figures published by the league today with an average attendance over the season for the 15 league games played of 250.

Only Rhyl, Bangor City, and Porthmadog placed higher demonstrating how Buckley Town has gone from strength to strength over the past few seasons as more people attend games not only at the Globe but across the whole of Tier two.

For more see: Attendance Figures

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Colwyn Bay Football Club Accepted Into FAW Pyramid

The Football Association of Wales today accepted Colwyn Bay Football Club’s application to participate in the Welsh domestic game.

From next season Colwyn Bay will play their football in the newly formed FAW Tier Two League.

The new league will operate with 17 clubs in the 2019-20 season. This means that there will no impact on relegation from the Huws Gray Alliance League to Tier Three this season.

Next season Craig Hogg’s team will enter the JD Welsh Cup at the First Round stage on October 19th 2019.