League Handbook

LOCK STOCK
WELSH ALLIANCE FOOTBALL LEAGUE
League web site www.welshallianceleague.pitchero.com/

2017/2018

PATRON Shon Powell
Lock Stock Storage
10A Colomemdy Estate.
Denbigh

PRESIDENT G P Owen
9 Graig-y-don,
Benllech, Anglesey

CHAIRMAN W Evans
15 Norman Road,
Llandudno

VICE CHAIRMAN D A Dicken
5 Garth Road, Old Colwyn,
Colwyn Bay

GENERAL Ron Bridges
SECRETARY/ 9 Rowan Road,
Referees Appointments Aston Park,
Deeside, Flintshire CH5 1XR
01244-812986

TREASURER Ken Richardson
Caer Efail, Dwyran,
Anglesey LL61 6JA
01248-430747

REGISTRATION/ E W Jones
FIXTURE SECRETARY Glanllynffnwy,
Llwyndu Road,
Penygroes,
Caernarfon LL54 6PE
01286-881673

ASSISTANT REFS SEC Simon Newport
Kelston
Rhyl Road
Rhuddlan
07980-956211
LIFE MEMBERS
J B Williams 20 Plastirion Court, Russell Road, Rhyl LL18 3DJ
M Williams 99 High Street, Bleanau Ffestiniog, Gwynedd
R M Williams Ty Capel, Morfa, Porthmadog, Gwynedd
C Jones 16 Y Bryn, Bontnewydd, Caernarfon
P V Hughes 66 Tor Onnen, Coed Mawr, Bangor, Gwynedd
A Griffiths 12 Ffordd Gwenllian, Llanfairpwll, Anglesey LL61 5QD
G P Owen 9 Graig-y-don, Benllech, Anglesey
A Mummery 39 Trem Eryri, Llanfairpwll, Anglesey
I G Jones Pencilan, Pen y Bryn Place, Bethesda, Gwynedd
W Evans 15 Norman Road, Llandudno.
E W Jones Glan Llynffnwy, Llwyndu Road, Penygroes
D A Dicken 5 Gareth Road, Old Colwyn, Colwyn Bay
H P Davies 20 Bro Rhos, Bethel, Caernarfon

VICE PRESIDENTS

H Williams 19 Marl View Terrace, Deganwy, Conwy
I Jones 1 Clos Pry Copyn, Prestatyn, LL19 7UA
E Thomas 9 Stryd y Ffynnon, Llanberis, Gwynedd LL55 4EW
R J Finn 41 Newlands Park, Valley, Anglesey
B Pugh 7 Hafan Deg, Holway, Holywell, Flintshire CH8 7DB
W Huntley Cil Myach, Llanaber Road, Barmouth. Gwynedd
B Thomas 1 Glandower Buildings, Glan Conwy, Conwy LL28 5LY
Hon Vice Presidents

Mrs. Jean Potts, Keith Evans, P Roberts, Tony Coates, Dave Jones, Ken Jones & R Williams

EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE
The officers of the League: President, Chairman, Vice Chairman, Treasurer, Registration Secretary, Fixture Secretary, General Secretary, Assistant Referees Secretary, plus, P Fraser, H P Davies B Pugh, and A Griffiths
Club Reps Division One TBA, Division Two E H Jones Cemaes Bay

DISCIPLINARY COMMITTEE
The Officers of the League, President, Chairman, Vice Chairman, Fixture Secretary, Registration Secretary, Treasurer, Assistant Referees Secretary, with the General Secretary, as secretary of the meeting.


REPRESENTATIVES ON LEAGUE MANAGEMENT COMMITTEE

N W R A B D Owen 67 Rhos Fawr, Abergele, Conwy LL22 9HY


EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE MEMEBERS
P Fraser 50 Lon Ffawydd, Abergele, Conwy LL22 4DY (East)
H P Davies. 21 |Bro Rhos, Bethel, Caernarfon (West)
E H Jones. 13 Neuadd Yr Eglwys, Glynne Rd, Bangor
B Pugh, 7 Hafan Deg, Holywell Flintshire

ASSOCIATION AND LEAGUE SECRETARIES

FA OF WALES J Ford, 12 Neptune Court, Vanguard Way Cardiff CF25 5PHJ
02920-435830

NWCFA A J Foulkes, 9 Brynteg Estate, Llandegfan, Anglesey
01248-713501

ANGLESEY D McCann, 265 Caernarfon Road, Bangor
01248-361396

VALE OF CONWY T Jones, 24 Maes Alarch, Rhewl, Mostyn, CH8 9QA
01745-561424

GWYNEDD Edryd H Jones, 13 Neuadd Yr Eglwys, Glynne Road, Bangor LL57 1BJ
01248-353573

CYMRU ALLIANCE C Rowland, 26 Gorse Crescent, Marford, Wrexham
01978-855354

WELSH PREMIER Gwyn Derfel
F A of Wales
12 Neptune Court, Vanguard Way, Cardiff CF25 5PHJ
02920-435838

WELSH LEAGUE K Tucker, 16 The Parade, Merthyr Tydfil, Mid Glam
01685-723884

WELSH NATIONAL S Harris The Highland, Chester Road, Gresford LL12 8TN.
(Wrexham Area) 01978-855269

INFORMATION FOR CLUBS

1. (a) All Home clubs MUST telephone the General Secretary of the league the result of the match within 15 minutes after the completion of all games, with the names and times of all goal scorers in the match of both teams. Any club failing to adhere to this will be fined the sum of £25.

2. Please read the rule book carefully as several changes have been made.

3. If there are changes to your club information, then please confirm this in writing as soon as possible with the General Secretary of the League.

4. The HOME club secretary must confirm all fixtures with the Visiting Team and the Match Referee at least three days prior to the date of the match in writing or by telephone or E Mail.

5 All club secretaries are reminded to read League 28 Results of Matches
Where Match report forms must be send to the General Secretary within Three days of the match being played, otherwise a fine of £15 can be impose on your club.

6 Match officials match fees will be
Division One Referee £35 Assistant Referee £25
Division Two Referee £30 Assistant Referee £23
Reserve Division Match fees will be Referee £30 and Assistant when requested £23
All will include travelling expenses of 35p per mile up to a maximum of £40.
Where possible match officials must arrange to travel together at one expense.
The match referee is responsible in ensuring that this instruction is carried out.
Kick-off Times
August, September, October, all Kick-off 2-30pm
November, December and January Kick-off 2-00pm
February, March, April and May Kick-off 2-30pm.
Mid Week Kick-off 6-30pm, unless under Floodlights Kick-off 7-30pm

7 Team sheets are to be handed to the match referee at least 30 minutes prior to the kick-off. The match referee to retain both copies.

8 The Home club is responsible for the safety and security of Match Officials at all times, at half time and full time the home club shall arrange for two stewards to escort them from the pitch to their dressing rooms. Stewards will wear florescent jackets which will be supplied by the League. Clubs not complying with this rule will be fined the sum of £50 on each and every occasion.

Match officials
A full list of Match officials officiating in the League is available on the League Web Site.

ABERFFRAW

Club Secretary Gerallt Roberts

Address 75 Maes Derwydd, Llangenfi, Anglesey LL77 7GA
Mobile – 07799-468775

E Mail Address geralltwynrobets@hotmail.co.uk

Chairman Dewi Hughes
4 Bro Branwen, Aberffraw, Anglesey
Mobile – 07884-185565

EVMail – dewi-h@hotmail.com

Manager Gerallt Roberts
Mobile – 07799-468775

Ground Cae Cynlas, Ty Croes, LL63 5SN

Colours Yellow Shirts Blue Shorts Blue Socks
Navy Shirts Blue Shorts Yellow Socks

Approach to ground
Leave the A55 at Junction 5 signposted Rhosneigr / Aberffraw at roundabout take the first exit onto A4080 signposted Rhosneigr / Aberffraw continue on the road for 2.5 miles and then turn left (sign for Aberffraw F C) Continue on this road for half a mile and the ground is on your left hand side


Facilities car park
Refreshment available at normal prices
No covered accommodation available


AMLWCH TOWN

Secretary Anna Hughes

Address 18a Chapel Street,
Amlwch, Anglesey LL69 9YP
Mobile – 077064-78177

E Mail Address hughesanna33@yahoo.co.uk

Web Site www.amlwchtownfc.co.uk

Chairman Jeff Palmer
19/20 Endyfed Hill
Amlwch LL68 9HN
Home – 01407-830154

Manager Andrew Wright
Mobile – 07725-358279

Ground Lon Bach, Amlwch LL68 9BL

Colours Royal Blue Shirts Royal Blue Shorts Royal Blue Socks
Yellow Shirts Yellow Shorts Yellow Socks

Approach to ground
From the Britannia Bridge follow A5025 to Amlwch (approx 17 miles) On entering Amlwch proceed straight ahead at roundabout (Rowlands Garage on Left). Continue for approx 1/3 mile then turn left onto Mona Street (turning immediately after Central garage). Continue for approx ¼ mile turning right opposite Fire Station on to Lon Bach. The ground is situated in your right.

Facilities Light refreshments are available at normal prices.
Match day programmes are produced
Limited Covered accommodation available
(Standing only)

BANGOR CITY RESERVES


Secretary Gwynfor Jones

Address Morfa, Benllech. Anglesey LL74 8TF
Home – 01248-855228 Mobile – 07846-037597

E Mail Address w.g.jones1@btinternet.con

Chairman Ivor Jenkins
Nantporth Stadium, Holyhead Rd, Bangor, Gwynedd LL57 2HQ
Mobile – 077033-44092
Manager

Ground Nantporth Stadium, Holyhead Road, Bangor

Colours Blue Shirts Blue Shorts Blue Socks
Red Shirts Red Shorts Red Socks
Approach to ground
They play on the 3G Pitch at the Nantporth Stadium, home of Bangor City
FC, Holyhead Road, Bangor.

Facilities Light refreshments are available at normal prices.
Covered accommodation for 50 available
Car parking available at the ground

They play on a 3G ground

BARMOUTH & DYFFRYN UTD

Secretary John Beaumont
Address Islwyn, Barmouth Gwynedd LL42 1TG
Home – 01341-281395
Mobile – 07971-770614

E Mail Address johnwbeaumont@btinternet.com

Web Site www.pitchero.com/clubs/barmouthdyffrynfc

Match Day Gareth Evans
Secretary Mobile 0742-8181268
E Mail - evansbarmouth@googlemail.com

Chairman Wil Huntley
Cil Mynach, Llanaber Road, Barmouth, Gwynedd
Mobile – 07912-748875
E Mail – chairmanbarmouthfc@hotmail.co.uk

Manager Carl Ryan

Ground Wern Mynach, Park Road, Barmouth, LL42 1PL

Colours Black/White Stripe Shirts White Shorts White Socks
Tangerine Shirts Tangerine Shorts Tangerine Socks
Approach to ground
When travelling on the A496 into Barmouth from Harlech, turn right as you enter the town into Park Road, immediately after the Royal Hotel. Follow this road, passing Bradbury’s Garage, the Fire Station. The Wern Mynach Ground is at the end of the road.

Facilities Light refreshments are available at normal prices.
Match day programmes are produced
Covered accommodation for 100 available
Car parking available at the ground


BLAENAU AMATEURS

Secretary Andrew Roberts

Address 9 Bowydd View,, Blaenau Ffestiniog, Gwynedd LL41 3YW
Home – 01766-832262 Mobile – 07787-522992

E Mail Address arob609665@aol.com

Fixture Secretary John Campbell
Mobile – 07792-686404
E Mail – johnboons07@gmail.com

Web Site www.pitchero.com/clubs/blaenauffestiniogamate.uts

Chairman Dewi Prysor
Mobile – 07738-261429
E Mail – prysgodyn@gamail.com

Manager Gareth Hughes and Ceri Roberts
Mobile – 07825-271605

Ground Cae Clyd, Bleanau Ffestiniog LL41 4BA

Colours Red Shirts Red Shorts Red Socks
Blue Shirts Red Shorts Red Socks
Approach to Ground
Follow the A470 to Blaenau until you reach the roundabout at the north end of town. Proceed through the town – taking the first exit off the roundabout marked A470 and Town Centre. About a mile and a half from the roundabout you will see the Wynnes Arms pub on the right. The turning to the football ground is on the left opposite the pub, before the zebra crossing.
Please use the car park behind the top end of the ground.

Facilities Light refreshments are available at normal prices
Cover stand form 100 people
Ample car parking on site
After match refreshment at Wynne Arms near the


CEMAES BAY

Secretary Edryd Harris Jones

Address 13 Neuadd Yr Eglwys, Glynne Road, Bangor LL57 1BJ
Home – 01248-352573 Mobile – 07887-926013

E Mail Address edrydhjones@aol.com

Web Site www.pitchero.com/c;ubs/cemaesbayfc/

Twitter @CemaesBayFC

Chairman Dr Thomas Conway
Hafod y Coed, Lon Ysgubor, Cemaes Bay Anglesey
Home – 01407-710053
E Mail Address thomas.conwy85@btinternet.com

Manager Darren Thomas
Mobile – 07766-906436

Ground School Lane, Cemaes Bay LL67 0LW

Colours Red Shirts Red Shorts Red Socks
White Shirts White Shorts White Socks

Approach to Ground
From the Britannia Bridge follow the A5025 to Cemaes (approx 25 miles). On entering Cemaes take the first left turning at the roundabout. Continue on the road, for approx 25 metres, and take the second left turning. Cemaes Bay Primary School will be seen on the right. Travel down the lane for a short distance and the ground will be situated on the right.

Facilities Light refreshments are available at normal prices
Covered accommodation
Ample car parking on site


BODEDERN ATH

Secretary Emyr Wyn Roberts

Address 4 Parc Yr Ysgol, Bryngwran, Holyhead LL65 3GA
Mobile – 0792-0005210

E Mail Address emzbo9@yahoo.co.uk

Web Site CPDBodedsernsathfc .com

Manager Kevin Hughes
Mobile – 07919-322382

Ground Cae Ty Cristion LL65 3TU

Colours Green/White Shirts Green Shorts Green Socks
Blue/White Shirts Blue Shorts Blue Socks

Approach to Ground
From A55 at Junction 4 take the exit for Bodedern
At the roundabout take the 4th exit on to Holyhead Road , Then take the 1st Exit for Bodedern
Continue onto London Road, then turn right in centre of the village onto Church St B5109 and the ground will be 500 yards on your right hand side

Facilities Light refreshments are available at normal prices
Covered accommodation
Ample car parking on site


CONWYN BOROUGH

Secretary Paul A Hughes

Address 120 Maesdu Road
Llandudno LL30 1LW
Home – 01492-860486 Mobile – 07920-194192

E Mail Address p.hughes1960@btinternet.com

Web Site www.conwy boroughfc.com

Chairman Darren Cartwright
22 Rochester Way, Rhos On Sea,
Colwyn Bay LL28 4NJ

Manager Gareth Thomas
Mobile – 07879-402144

Ground Morfa Stadium , Conwy LL32 8HA - 01492-203243

Colours Tangerine Shirts Tangerine Shorts Tangerine Socks
Yellow Shirts Yellow Shorts Yellow Socks

Approach to Ground
A55 Junction 17, Head into Conwy , turn left after Railway Bridge into Penmaen Road, Ground at the end of the road


Facilities Refreshments are available at normal prices
Covered accommodation for 500 people
Ample car parking on site


DENBIGH TOWN RESERVES

Secretary Steve Whitfield

Address 24 Ffordd Caeldfyn Denbigh LL16 3TJ
Home – 01745-814449 Mobile – 07784-485331

E Mail Address swhitfl28@btinternet.com

Web Site

Chairman Shon Powell
Trfly, Ruthin Road, Denbigh LL16
Mobile – 07768-383266

Reserve Team Russell Vaughan
Secretary 4 Railway Terrace, Trefnant, Denbighshire LL16 4UP
Mobile – 078244-42667

Ground Central Park, Denbigh

Colours Red Shirts Red Shorts Red Socks
Yellow Shirts Black Shorts Black Socks

Approach to Ground
From roundabout with the house on it, follow signs for Denbigh. At traffic lights on bottom of main street, go straight over and take next right. Then take 2nd left and follow signs for Denbigh Town FC and ground is situated
on the bottom of the road

Facilities Light refreshments are available at normal prices
Covered accommodation
Ample car parking on site

Y FELINHELI

Secretary Dylan M Owen

Address 15 Stryd Bangor, Y Felinheli, Gwynedd LL56 4JE
Home – 01248-671644 Mobile – 07917-572305

E Mail Address dylbonc@live.co.uk

Web Site www.cpd-y-felinheli-cymru.com

Chairman Alwyn Thomas
Mobile – 07733-303353

Manager Euron Davies
Mobile – 07787-526452

Ground Cae Seilo, Felinheli LL56 4JZ

Colours Red Shirts Red Shorts Red Socks
Amber/Black Shirts Black Shorts Black Socks

Approach to Ground
From A55 Exit at junction 9, take the A487 exit to Bangor/Caernarfon. At the roundabout, take the 2nd exit onto A487. Follow for 0.5miles, then at the roundabout, take the 3rd exit onto B4547 (Signposted Y Felinheli). Continue straight on into village for approx. 0.5miles ground located on left hand side on entering the village.

Facilities Light refreshments are available at normal prices
No covered accommodation
Car parking on main road


GAERWEN

Secretary Richard Williams

Address 10 Bryn Tawel, Brynsiencyn, Anglesey LL61 6RJ
Home – 01248-43083 Mobile – 07900-221911

E Mail Address rjcwilliams1965@gmail.com

Web site www.pitchero.com/clubs/gaerwen

Chairman Mathew Thomas
22 Rhosdie Estate, Gaerwen, Anglesey LL60 6AF
Home – 01248-421054 Mobile – 07795-173232
E Mail – mathew510@btinternet.com

Manager Lee Jones
Mobile – 07464-730178

Ground Lon Groes, Gaerwen, Anglesey

Colours Red/Black Shirts Black Shorts Black Socks
Yellow/Green Shirts White Shorts White Socks

Approach to Ground
Take the A55 for Holyhead on to Anglesey, take the exit for Gaerwen at Junction 7, turn left at the top of the slip road. Take the 2nd exit at the roundabout, take the first turning to your left after the 30 mph sign, carry on along this road pass Gaerwen Smithfield on your left and the ground is situated on the right hand side (entrance to the industrial estate).

Facilities Light refreshments are available at normal prices
Match day programmes are produced.
Covered seating is available for over 20 people.
Ample car parking on site

GLAN CONWY

Secretary Stuart Robinson

Address 46 Rhuddlan Ave, Llandudno, LL30 1LN
Mobile – 07930-986232

Email: spvrobinson@googlemail.com

Web Site www.pitchero.co.uk/clubs/glanconwy

Chairman

Manager Gary John Jones
Mobile – 07555-565790

Ground Cae Ffwt, Llanrwst Road, Glan Conwy

Colours Green/White Shirts Green Shorts Green Socks
Yellow Shirts Black Shorts Black Socks

Approach to ground
From A55 turn off at Junction 19 for Betws y Coed on A470 at the end of slip road turn left, at the next roundabout take exit for Betws y Coed, and follow the road to Glan Conwy. The ground is on your right hand side when entering the village.

Facilities Light refreshments are available at normal prices
Match day programmes are produced
Covered accommodation for approx. 20 people.
Ample car parking available

GLANTRAETH

Secretary Stan Strickland

Address 6 Maes Glas, Bethel, Bodorgan, Anglesey LL62 5NW
Home – 01407-840747 Mobile – 07743-483733

Email: stanstrickland09@googlemail.com

Web Site www.glantraethfc.com

Chairman Gareth Evans
11 Morawelon, Malltraeth, Bodorgan, Anglesey
LL62 5AN
Mobile – 07747-890497

Manager Mike Lundstram and Joe Morgan


Ground Cae Glantraeth, Trefdrath LL62 5EU

Colours Red Shirts Red Shorts Red Socks
Blue Shirts Blue Shorts Blue Socks
Approach to ground
Leave the A55 at the Llangefni turn off, Junction 6, take the old A5 for approx 1 mile, going towards Gwalchmai/Rhostrehwfa. Turn left onto B4422 (signposted Aberffraw) opposite the Tafarn y Rhos pub on your right. After a further three miles, on entering the village of Bethel, turn left (signposted) Glantraeth Farm Cottage, and follow the road for one mile, the ground is set back on your right.

Facilities Match day programmes are produced
Covered accommodation for approx. 200 people.
Including seating for 70
Ample car parking available
Light refreshments are available at normal prices


GREENFIELD

Secretary Dennis Hogan

Address 17 Park Hall Road, Greenfield, Flintshire CH8 7JX
Home – 01352-715062 Mobile – 07900-255130

E Mail Address dennishogan62@gmail.com

Web site www.pitchero.com/clubs/greenfieldfc.

Chairman Shaun McGilloway
McGills Cars & Commercial, Station Rd, Greenfield
Home – 01352-714733

Manager Scott Beck
36 Groesffordd, Greenfield, Flintshire, CH8 7JJ
Mobile – 07909-332300

Ground Alphd Park Main Road, Greenfield

Colours Green Shirts Black Shorts Green Socks
Blue Shirts Blue Shorts Blue Socks

Approach to Ground
From Conwy along A55 Exit at Caerwys and follow signs for Holywell. Turn left at the fire station and follow signs for Greenfield, stay on the road for about one mile until you reach a road junction and traffic lights then turn right, heading towards Flint, across a mini roundabout and ground will be on your left hand side.

Facilities Light refreshments available
Ample car parking on site
No covered accommodation
Match day programme available


LLANDUDNO ALBION

Secretary Brian Roberts

Address 10 Ffordd Dwyfor, Llandudno LL30 1EN
Home – 01492- 872409 Mobile – 07743-328118

E Mail Address albionsecretary1947@gmail.com

Web Site pitchero.com/clubs/Llandudnoalbion/

Chairman Paul Cheung
32 Ffordd Morfa, Llandudno, LL30 1ES
Mobile – 07557-658592

Manager Paul Cheung
Mobile – 07557-658592

Ground Llandudno Town FC LL30 1HH

Colours Red/White Shirts Red Shorts Red Socks
Black/White Shirts Black Shorts Black Socks

Approach to ground
Leave the A55 at Junction 19 and take A470 towards Llandudno. On approaching the town and after a stretch of dual carriageway turn left at the Links hotel roundabout into Maesdu Road. After passing the school playing fields on the right turn sharp right into Builders Street West. Travel approximately 400 yards and the ground is on the left.

PLEASE NOTE : LLANDUDNO PLAY ON A 3G SURFACE

Facilities Light refreshments are available at normal prices.
Covered accommodation and seating
Ample car parking space available.

HOLYHEAD HOTSPUR RESERVES

Secretary Richard Parry

Address 27 Tan y Bryn Road, Holyhead, Anglesey LL65 1AR
Home – 01407-762904 Mobile – 07796-238415

E Mail Address richardparry7@btinternet.com

Web Site www.Holyhead Hotspur.com

Manager Mr Andy Batsfor
Mobile – 07828 190095


Ground Holyhead New Stadium, Kingsland LL65 2YE

Colours Blue/White Shirts Blue Shorts Blue Socks
Green Shirts Black Shorts Green Socks

Approach to ground
Once you are on the Isle of Anglesey proceed along the A55 until you reach junction 2 at Holyhead. Exit the slip-road at Penrhos and take the first left onto the A5153. Go through the first roundabout, take the second exit at the second roundabout at Kingsland Rd/B4545, the pitch is within the grounds of
Holyhead Leisure Centre. There is plenty of on-site parking

Facilities Light refreshments are available at normal prices.
Covered accommodation and seating for over 500 people
Ample car parking space available.

CPD LLANBERIS & RESERVES

Secretary Carwyn Jones

Address 9, Ger y Nant, Y Felinheli, Gwynedd LL56 4PF
Mobile – 07507-860627
E Mail Address carwyn-cpdllanberis@hotmail.com
Web site www.llanberisfc.co.uk

Chairman Eurwyn Thomas

Address 9 Stryd y Ffynnon, Llanberis, Gwynedd LL55 4EW
Home - 01286-872274 Mobile – 07774-931847

Manager Geraint Jones
Mobile – 07950-797197

Ground Ffordd Padarn, Llanberis LL56 4PF

Colours Yellow Shirts Black Shorts Yellow Socks
Blue Shirts Blue Shorts Blue Socks

Approach to ground
From A55 take the first turn off for Bangor Jct.11 take first exit left, then turn right at the next roundabout onto the A4244, carry along the road until your come to a roundabout then turn left still on the A4244 for Llanberis, then after approx. three miles you will come to a junction, turn left onto the A4086 this will take you to Llanberis and after two miles turn right into the village, of Llanberis, the ground is on your left hand side, at the rear of the Padarn Lake Hotel.

Facilities Light refreshments are available at normal prices
Match day programmes are produced
Covered accommodation for 50 people
Car parking nearby


LLANDUDNO JUNCTION RESERVES

Secretary Gary Cooper

Address 86 Penrhos Ave Llandudno Junction Conwy LL31 9EN
Home – 01492-440020 Mobile – 07472-761561

E Mail Address junctionfc@hotmail.com

Web Site www.llandudnojuntionfc.co.uk

Chairman E S Wright
& Match Day 18 St Davids Ave, Llandudno Junction LL31 9HN
Secretary Home - 01492 582614 Mobile – 07867-527303

Manager

Ground The Flyover, Victoria Gardens, Llandudno Junction.

Colours Navy Shirts Navy Shorts Navy Socks
Yellow Shirts Yellow Shorts Yellow Socks
Approach to ground
Leave A55 at Junction 18, follow signs for Conwy & Deganwy then over first roundabout at Tesco/Cinema to next roundabout – over the roundabout and down the hill to the next large roundabout take the third exit and the entrance to the ground is directly on your left hand side. No parking is allowed on the ground.

Facilities Covered accommodation for 100 with seating for 50 people + 2 disabled spaces.
Light refreshments are available at normal prices
Match day programmes are produced
Limited car parking available

LLANDYRNOG UTD

Secretary Matthew Lewis

Address Fairbanks, Fron Park,Road,
Holywell, Flintshire CH8 7UY
Mobile – 07581-874261

E Mail Address matthewlewis1@live.co.uk

Web site www.pitchero.com/clubs/llandyrnogunitedfootballclub/

Chairman Neal Colagaglu
Mobile – 07745-719436

Manager Ryan Harden
Mobile – 07989-265394

Ground Cae Nant, Llandyrnog

Colours Sky Blue Shirts Navy Shorts Navy Socks
White Shirts Black Shorts Black Socks

Approach to ground
Take A55 to St Asaph Junction 27, then A525 to Denbigh. On entering Denbigh take second exit at roundabout with the house in the middle. At next roundabout turn left at first exit for Llandyrnog, follow the road for three miles then right at the next roundabout for Llandyrnog, continue into village pass the Golden Lion on your left, over the cross roads and the ground is on your left hand side

Facilities Tea Bar and Light refreshments available
Match day programme available
Covered seating for 60 people
Amble car parking

CPD LLANNERCH Y MEDD

Secretary John Jukes

Address Bryn Difyr, Holyhead Road, Llanerchymedd,
Anglesey LL71 7AA
Home – 01248-470642 Mobile – 07767-095266
E Mail Address jjukes51@btinternet.com
Web site www.cpd.llanerchymeddfc.pitchero

Chairman Elwyn Hughes

Address Llys y Gwynt, Rhudogeidio, Llanerchymedd.
Anglesey LL71 7DL
Home – 01248-470720 Mobile – 07767-095266
E-Mail elwyn519@btinternet.com

Manager Meirion Grieves
Mobile – 07432-830081

Ground Cae Tan Parc LL71 7BN

Colours Green Shirts Black Shorts Green Socks
Red Shirts Black Shorts Black Socks
Approach to ground
Come off at Junction 5 on the A55, travel approx 8 miles along the B5112 to Llanerchymedd, as you are entering the village you need to take a sharp left onto Coed Wig St, just before you go down the steep hill into the centre of the village. Once you have turned left, then keep left at the next junction and the ground is on your left.

Facilities Light refreshments are available at normal prices.
Match day programmes are produced.
Covered accommodation
Car parking available

LLANFAIRPWLL

Secretary Alun W Mummery

Address 39 Trem Eryri, Llanfairpwll, Anglesey LL61 5JF
Home – 01248-714938

E Mail Address awmummery@gmail.com

Web Site www.pitchero.com/clubs/llanfairpwllfc/

Chairman Stephen Mullen
41 Ty Croes Estate, Llanfairpwll, Anglesey
Home – 01248-715896

Manager Steve Smith /Arwyn Roberts
Mobile – 07867-967927

Ground Maes Eilian, Llanfairpwll LL61 5QH

Colours Black/Blue Shirts Black Shorts Black Socks
Blue/White Shirts Black Shorts Black Socks

Approach to ground
Follow A55 for Llanfairpwll over the Menai Bridge and take first left for Llanfairpwll go into the village and turn right opposite the Ty Gwyn Hotel, then turn left after chapel and take first fork to the right to reach the ground with the overflow car park on your left after the fork.

Facilities Light refreshments at available at normal prices
Match day programmes are produced
Ample car parking
Covered accommodation for 125 people


LLANGEFNI TOWN & RESERVES

Secretary Graham Cohen

Address Hafan, Rhosmeirch, Llangefni. Anglesey LL77 7SJ
Mobile – 07979-534514

E Mail Address cpdllangefni@gmail.com

Web Site www.llangefnifc.co.uk

Chairman Alwyn Jones
Bodffordd, Llangefni, Anglesey LL77 7DX
Mobile –07854-494040
E Mail – alwyntyhen@yahoo.com

Manager Chris Roberts
Mobile – 07876-010406

Ground Cae Bob Parry, Lon Talwrn, Llangenfi LL77 7RP.

Colours Blue Shirts Blue Shorts Blue Socks
Red Shirts Red Shorts Red Socks
Yellow Shirts Yellow Shorts Yellow Socks
Approach to ground
As you come off the Britannia Bridge, carry on along the A5 dual carriage way until you Reach Junction 6, go up the slip road to a roundabout, take 4th exit turn right and follow the signs for Llangefni. About a mile down the road you will see a junction on your right into the Industrial Estate, turn right and follow the road down the hill to a roundabout, keep left at the roundabout, then after a mile turn right at the next T Junction, go up the hill and take the left turn sign posted for Pentraeth, go along this road for about a half a mile you will see the floodlights for the ground on your left hand side

Facilities Covered accommodation for 500 with seating for 500
Social Club located on the ground
Match day programmes are produced
Car parking available

LLANNEFYDD

Secretary Gwyn Pritchard

Address Pant y Onnen, Llannefydd, Denbigh LL16 5ES
Home – 01745-540218 Mobile – 077760-58807

E Mail Address jgwyndaf-pantyronnen@hotmail.co.uk

Web site

Chairman Alun Owen
9 Ffynnon Nefydd, Llannefydd, Denbigh LL16 5EA Mobile – 07920-164960

Manager Gwyndaf Pritchard
Mobile – 077760-58807

Ground Cae Llannefydd LL16 5EA

Colours Red Shirts Red Shorts Red Socks
Blue/White Shirts Black Shorts Black Socks

Approach to ground
Leave A55 at Bodelwydan Castle Junction 25 and take the third exit at thew roujnd about and head pass the Castlke entrance on the engine hill
At the top of thre hill taurn right onto the B5381 for about 1 mile and then take the sign poist for Llaneffyd
then follows the signs post for Llannefydd, when you reach the village turn right and the ground is 800 yards on your right hand side Use your sat nav if you have one

Facilities Light refreshments are available at the ground
Ample parking available


LLANRUG UNITED F C & RESERVES

Secretary Dylan Jones

Address Cynlas, Cefn Elan, Llanrug, Gwynedd LL55 4AE
Home – 01286-678050 Mobile – 07769-897331

E Mail Address dylanejones@live.co.uk

Web site www.pitchero.com/clubs/cpdllanrugfc/

Chairman Emyr Pritchard
58 Glanffynnon, Llanrug LL55 4PR
Mobile – 07717-843406

Manager Mark Jat
Mobile – 07917-466837

Ground Eithin Duon, Llanrug

Colours Red shirts White shorts Red socks
White shirts White shorts White socks

Approach to ground
Off A55 Expressway, turn off at Junction 11, and follow directions for Bethesda at the roundabout. Immediately take a right turn at the next roundabout and follow the A4244 for approx 3 miles until you come to another roundabout. Take 1st left and continue on this road (A4244) until you come to a T Junction (approx 3 miles), then turn right onto the A4086, and travel for approximately 2 Miles. The football ground is on the right as you enter the village of Llanrug.

Facilities Light refreshments are available at the ground
Covered accommodation for 30 people
Match day programmes are produced

LLANWRST UTD

Secretary D H Jones

Address 21 Cae Person, Llanrwst, Conwy LL26 0HS
Home – 01492-640468 Mobile – 07739-626163

E Mail Address david.jones@danline.co.uk

Web Site www.llanrwstutd.co.uk

Chairman Chris Williams
50 Cae Felin, Llanrwst, Conwy
Mobile – 07809-069114

Manager Barry Owen
Mobile – 07889-237707

Ground Gwydyr Park, Llanrwst LL26 0HS

Colours Red Shirts Red Shorts Red Socks
Yellow Shirts Blue Shorts Blue Socks

Approach to ground
From Chester, take A55 to Abergele, then take the A548 for Llanrwst (approx. 18 miles). Follow one way system in town centre, to the river, turn right and then left over the narrow bridge and the ground is on your left hand side, after 400 metres.
From Conwy, take the A470 for Llanrwst (approx. 18 miles) as you are leaving the town centre, turn right over the narrow bridge, and the ground is on your left hand side, after 400 metres.

Facilities Light refreshments are available at normal prices.
Covered and seated accommodation for over 100.
Match day programmes are produced.
Car parking for over 200 vehicles.


MELIDEN

Secretary Steve Boyle

Address 9 Westdale Court, Rhyl Road, Rhuddlan LL18 2TX
Home – 01745-250361 Mobile – 07960-677513

E Mail Address melidenfc@hotmail.co.uk

Chairman Ian Hodkinson
128 Maes y Groes, Prestatyn LL19 9DA
Mobile – 07983-993367

Manager Gareth Jones Mobile – 07766-556105

Ground The Mine, Ffordd Ty Newydd, Meliden LL19 8PE

Colours Orange Shirts Black Shorts Black Socks
White Shirts White Shorts White Socks

Approach to Ground
Come off A55 signposted Abergele/Rhuddlan. Travel into and through the village of Rhuddlan. At the roundabout, take the second exit, signposted Prestatyn A547. Travel past Dyserth Falls Country Park (on left) & into Meliden. Take your first left into the housing estate on to Ffordd Ty-Newydd. Take your first right (approx 100yds) onto Ffordd Pennant. The pitch is located 200yards on the left next to the school.


Facilities Light refreshments available at normal prices
A match day programme is available.
Car parking is available

MOCHDRE SPORTS

Secretary Luke Thomas

Address 159b Conway Road, West End, Colwyn Bay LL29 7NA
Mobile – 078333-07544

E Mail Address lukethomas89@hotmail.co.uk

Web Site www.clubwebsite/msfc

Chairman Gareth Coleman
4 Gareth Road South, Mochdre, Colwyn Bay LL28 5EB
Mobile – 07780-707311

Manager Tom Shorrocks
Mobile – 07955-220041

Ground Mochdre Sports Association, Mochdre, Colwyn Bay LL28 5HA

Colours Green/White Shirts White Shorts White Socks
Blue Shirts Blue Shorts Blue Socks

Approach to ground
Leave the A55 expressway at Junction 19 for Llanrwst then at the next roundabout take the first left onto the A547 towards Mochdre/Colwyn Bay, after about a mile and a half take the first left after the Global Tiles warehouse. Then the first left onto Swan Road, continue down the road until you see the sign for Mochdre Sports Association on your right hand side and into the ground car park

Facilities Light refreshments are available at normal prices.
Match day programmes are produced.
Amble Car parking for over 100 vehicles.

MYNYDD LLANDEGAI

Secretary Arwyn Griffiths

Address 13 Tan y Gareth, Llanllechid, Bethesda, Gwynedd
LL57 3HF
Home – 01248-602770 Mobile – 07855-101801

E Mail Address tomosaled@yahoo.co.uk

Web Site www.pitchero.com/clubs/cpdmynyddllandegaifc

Chairman Llifon Griffiths
32 Glanogwen, Bethesda, Gwynedd
Mobile – 07747-840216

Manager Huw Davies
Mobile – 0777629-1213

Ground Cae Peldroed, Mynydd Llandegai LL57 4LQ

Colours Blue Shirts Blue Shorts Blue Socks
Yellow Shirts Yellow Shorts Yellow Socks

Approach to ground
Leave the A55 at Junction 11, at the roundabout take the 1st exit left and at the next roundabout take the A4244 signposted Llanberis. Go along the road for about one mile and just after a large blue footbridge over the road. Turn left onto the B4409 sign posted for Tregarth, continue on this road until you see a sign post for Mynydd Llandegai and turn right then take the next turn right also signposted for Mynydd Llandegai, and then keep left at the next junction and the ground is on your left hand side.

Facilities Light refreshments are available at normal prices
Match day programmes are produced
Car parking is available

NANTLLE VALE

Secretary Mrs Hefina Roberts

Address Gwynfa, Ffordd Rhedyw, Llanllyfni LL54 6SG
Home – 01286-881139 Mobile – 07748-539463

E Mail Address hefinallan@hotmail.com

Chairman Alun Ffred Jones
Dolfelin, Lon Ddwr, Llanllyfni, Gwynedd
Home – 01286-881294
E Mail – alunffred.jones@wales.gov.uk

Manager Craig Thomas
2 Rhos Dulyn, Nebo, Gwynedd LL54 6EG
Mobile – 07795-956309
E mail Rhiannon@tesco.co.uk

Ground Maes Dulyn. Penygroes, LL54 6RW

Colours Blue Shirts White Shorts Blue Socks
Yellow Shirts Blue Shorts Blue Socks

Approach to Ground
From Caernarfon take the A487 for Porthmadog, and the new by pass. At the roundabout sign posted, Penygroes/Talysarn turn left, at the next roundabout turn left, pass the garage on the left hand side, and turn right into Victoria Road, just past the Co-op store. Continue on Victoria Road past the police station, and turn right at the Ex-Servicemen’s Club into a narrow road. Maes Dulyn and the ground are on your right hand side, a car park is just past the ground.

Facilities Light refreshments available at normal prices
Coverage accommodation for 90 people
And covered seating for 80
Car parking is available


PENMAENMAWR PHOENIX & Reserves

Secretary Cathy Williams

Address Hafod, Mona Drive, Dwygyfylchi, Penmaenmawr,
LL34 6PU
Mobile – 07760-476129

E Mail Address cathy.williams@btinternet.com

Chairman Chris Davies
30 Gwynan Rpad, Penmaenmawr, Gwynedd LL34 6HD
Mobile – 07970-833159

Manager Danny Jones
Mobile – 07927-183385
E Mail – jones.privatehire@yahoo.co.uk

Ground Cae Sling, Conwy Rd, Penmaenmawr LL34 6PR

Colours Yellow /Blue Shirts Blue Shorts Blue Socks
Blue Shirts Burgundy Shorts Burgundy Socks

Approach to ground
Along A55 from Colwyn Bay direction after the second tunnel take the second exit (signposted Penmaenmawr) and follow the road to the right, 200 yards on the ground entrance is on your left, From Bangor on A55 take the second exit for Penmaenmawr (after Llanfairfechan and follow as above).

Facilities Light refreshments are available at normal prices
Match day programmes are produced
Covered accommodation available for 200 people
Ample car parking

CPD PENTRAETH

Secretary Dawn Hughes

Address Flat 3 Cloth Hall, The Square, Pentraeth, Anglesey
LL75 8AZ
Mobile – 07900-864041

E Mail Address dawn1hughes@live.com

Web Site http://www.pitchero.com/clubs/pentraethfc/

Chairman Robert Parry
100 Nant y Felin, Pentraeth, Anglesey LL75 8YA
Mobile – 07717-415971

Manager Tim Davies
Mobile –

Ground Behind Panton Arms, Pentraeth

Colours Blue/Yellow Shirts Blue Shorts Blue Socks
Yellow/Green Shirts Green Shorts Green Socks

Approach to ground
Go over the Britannia Bridge onto Anglesey from the A55 and leave at Junction 8, turn right onto the A5025 for Benllech/Amlwch. Continue on the A5025 until you enter Pentraeth. You will see the Panton Arms on your right hand side, take the first right onto the B5109, and you will see the ground on your right hand side.

Facilities Light refreshments are available at normal prices
Match day programmes are produced
Ample car parking

Refreshments are provided in the Panton Arms after each home game.

PENRHYNDEUDRAETH

Secretary Aled Thomas

Address Llechwedd, 3 Park Road, Penrhyndeudraeth, Gwynedd LL48 6LS
Home – 01766-770023 Mobile – 077610-47113

E Mail Address cpdpenrhyndeudraeth@yahoo.co.uk

Web Site www.clubwebsite.co.uk/cpdpenrhyndeudraeth

Chairman Dafydd Thomas
Tyn Y Coed, Minffordd, Penrhyndeudraeth, Gwynedd
Home – 01766-771511 Mobile – 07771-535378
E Mail – dafydd@gews.co.uk

Manager

Ground Maes y Parc, Penrhyndeudraeth,

Colours Sky Blue/White Shirts Navy Shorts Navy Socks
Yellow Shirts Green Shorts Green Socks

Approach to ground
From Caernarfon Direction
At new Tremadog roundabout take the 2nd exit onto the A487 (Porthmadog. Dolgellau A470) at Porthmadog roundabout continue forward onto Porthmadog bypass (A487) then 2.3 miles at Minfordd roundabout take 1st left travel through the village of Penrhyndeudraeth towards Blaenau Ffestiniog. As you leave the village, ground is situated on the left hand side of the main road, just after Allan Green filling station and Major Owen.
From Blaenau Direction
From Blaenau Ffestiniog, follow directions towards Porthmadog A487. Turn right on to the A487 at T-Junction at Maentwrog, as you enter the village of Penrhyndeudraeth, the ground is situated on the right hand side of the main road, take the turning for Griffin Industrial Estate.

Facilities Light refreshments are available at normal prices
Match day programmes are produced
Ample car parking


RHYL RESERVES

Secretary Dennis McNamee

Address Rhyl F C Belle Vue , Rhyl LL18 4BY
Home – 01745-591287

E Mail Address electra05@tiscali.co.uk

Web Site

Chairman Mike Jones

Mobile – 07786-24012

Manager

Ground Belle Vue Stadium, Rhyl LL18 4BY

Colours White Shirts White Shorts White Socks
Blue Shirts Blue Shorts Blue Socks

Approach to ground
Turn right at roundabout onto new bypass. Ground is on the right (sign posted).

Facilities Light refreshments are available at normal prices
Covered accommodation for 500 people
Ample car parking

PRESTATYN SPORTS

Secretary David Jutson

Address 18 Plas Gorffwysfa, Prestatyn, LL19 7TF
Home – 01745-294060 Mobile – 07876-678495

E Mail Address davejutson@hotmail.com

Web Site

Chairman Steve Roberts
1 Linden Close, Prestatyn, LL19 9EG
Mobile – 07824-666079

Manager Mark Hughes
Mobile – 07783-563037

Ground FFordd Gronant , Gronant. LL19 9UL

Colours Red/White Shirts Red Shorts Red Socks
Sky Blue Shirts Navy Shorts Navy Socks

Approach to ground
The directions to the ground coming from Colwyn Bay, arrive in Prestatyn and take the coast road, A548, to Mostyn/Flint, and turn right just passed the traffic lights to Upper Gronant, take the first turn left into Nant y Gronant, straight down over the cross roads, then turn left into Ffordd Marian, the car park is at the bottom.

Facilities Ample car parking
No covered accommodation

PRESTATYN TOWN RESERVES
Secretary Martin Jones
Address 6A Gronant Road, Prestatyn, Denbighshire LL19 9DS
Mobile – 07999-241422
E Mail: ptfc_martin@hotmail.com
Chairman
Manager
Ground Motion Finance Stadium, Bastion Road Prestatyn
Colours Red Shirts Black Shorts Black Socks
Blue Shirts Blue Shorts White Socks

Approach to ground
Travel along the A55 and leave at junction 24 signposted Prestatyn and Rhuddlan. Take the first exit onto the A547 Travel on the A547 for approx 10 miles, going through towns of Rhuddlan and Meliden, When leaving Meliden turn left on the Ffordd Pendyffryn – B5120. Travel along the B5120 until you reach the A548 turn right travel along A548 until you reach traffic lights with the Territorial Army Centre turn left here on to Bastions Road. Travel along Bastion Road and take the second right on to Bastions Gardens. The football ground is at the far end of Bastions Gardens.

Facilities Light refreshments are available at normal prices.
Covered accommodation for 500 people.
Ample car parking.

PWLLHELI

Secretary Coleen Pritchard

Address 12a Cae Hendy, Llandedrog, Pwllheli LL53 7NY
Home – 01758-741056 Mobile – 07496-757585

E Mail Address cjj05@hotmail.co.uk

Web Site www.cpdpwllhelifc.org.uk

Match Day Secretary – Gareth Jones Mobile 07444-399012
E Mail Address - yffatri53@yahoo.com

Chairman Bryn Lloyd Roberts,
Hafren, Penrallt, Pwllheli, Gwynedd
Mobile – 07586-840853

Manager Barry Evans
Mobile – 0794-6275816

Ground Leisure Centre, Recreation Road, Pwllheli, LL53 5PF

Colours Black/White Shirts Black Shorts Black Socks
Yellow/Black Shirts Black Shorts Yellow Socks

Approach to ground
From Caernarfon take the A499 towards Pwllheli, on entering the town, pass the BP garage go straight over the mini roundabout, then turn left towards the town centre, go straight over the next two roundabouts, past the Conservative Club and turn left. At the next junction turn right past the school and turn right after the zebra crossing onto Recreation Road for the Leisure Centre.

Facilities Light refreshments are available at normal prices
Match day programmes are produced
Covered accommodation available for 60 people
Ample car parking


ST ASAPH

Secretary Susan Jones

Address Victoria House, The Roe, St Asaph, LL17 0LT
Home – 01745-798577 Mobile – 07732-593849

E Mail Address susan1jones@talktalk.net

Web Site www.stasaphcityfc.co.uk

Chairman John Roberts
Ael-y-Garth, Denbigh Road, St Asaph, LL18 0RW
Home – 01745-583248

Manager Aled Davies
Mobile – 07732-598466

Ground Roe Plas, St Asaph,

Colours Yellow Shirts Black Shirts Yellow/Black Shorts
White Shirts Blue Shorts Blue Socks

Approach to ground
Come of the A55 at Junction 27 and follow signs for St Asaph go along the road for about half a mile until you reach a small roundabout turn left over the bridge immediately over the bridge you will see a garage on your right, you turn right before the garage (a small entry gate) to go along the river bank and the ground is at the end of the road.

Facilities Light refreshments are available at normal prices.
Match day programmes are produced.
Ample car parking.


TREARDDUR BAY

Secretary Gwilym Owen

Address Bay View, 13 The Rise, Trearddur Bay, Anglesey
LL65 2UY
Home – 01407-861030 Mobile – 07795-170643

E Mail Address gwilymhuwowen@hotmail.com

Web Site www.trearddurbayfc.com

Chairman Chris Davies
Dorian Bach, Lon Isallt, Trearddur Bay, LL65 2UP
Home – 01407-861742 Mobile – 07889-655677

Manager Chris Davies


Ground Trearddur Bay Pavilion, Lon Issalt, Trearddur Bay
LL65 2UN

Colours White/Blue Shirts Blue Shorts Blue Socks
White Shirts Black Shorts Black Socks

Approach to ground
Take the A55 across Anglesey signposted Holyhead, on entering Holyhead leave the A55 at Junction 2, then at roundabout take the 1st exit onto the A5153 signposted Penrhos A5153, at roundabout take the 2nd exit onto the A5153 Signposted Trearddur Bay, at roundabout take the 1st exit onto Kingsland road – B4545 – Trearddur Bay. Continue through village and at bottom of hill turn right onto Lon Isallt Ground is on the right hand side opposite life boat station.

Facilities Light refreshments are available at normal prices
Match day programmes are produced
Ample car parking


INFORMATION FOR ALL MATCH OFFICIALS

1 Please read this book carefully especially this page.

2 If any club fails to confirm the match with the match referee, at least three days prior to the date of the game. The referee must report that club on the match report form.

3 All match referees must send the match report form to the General Secretary of the league within two days of the match being played, with the following information, players cautioned or sent off, marks of Assistants out of ten, time of kick-off, if late which team, expenses claimed by the three officials, plus estimated attendance at the match also if two stewards were provided at each game.

4 Team sheets are to be handed to the match referee at least 30 minutes prior to the kick-off. The match referee to retain both copies.

5 Match Officials (where possible) must arrange to travel together at one expense, the match referee is responsible to ensure that this instruction is carried out, to ensure that there will be no problems, the referee must make early contact with the assistant referees (at least 48 hours prior to the date of the match).
The home club will not be expected to confirm with the Assistant referees this will be part of the referee’s duties.

6 Should any match officials decide to travel on his own, when he could have travelled with his fellow match officials on the day, then that official will not be allowed to claim travelling expenses for that match.

7 Match fees for the season 2017/2018
Division One Match Referee £35 Assistant Referees £25
Division Two Match Referee £30 Assistant Referees £23
Reserve Division Match Referee £30 Assistant Referees £23
Travelling expenses will be 35 per mile to a maximum of £40.

8 Referees failing to carry out the instruction correctly may be fined £10.

9 Appointments in the Welsh Alliance League come in precedence after the FA of Wales, Welsh Premier League, Cymru Alliance League and then the Welsh Alliance Football League, but before Area Association and Area League appointments

HONOURS LIST

DIVISION ONE CHAMPIONS AND RUNNERS-UP

Season Champions Runners-up Season Champions Runners-up
1935/36 Llandudno Colwyn Bay 1978/79 Caernarfon Town Pwllheli & District
1936/37 Llandudno Flint Town 1979/80 Bleanau Ffestiniog Caernarfon Town
1937/38 Porthmadog Pwllheli 1980/81 Colwyn Bay Flint Town Utd
1938/39 Llandudno Pwllheli 1981/82 Greenfield Blaenau Ffestiniog
1939/40 Wartime area football played 1982/83 Colwyn Bay UCNW(Bangor)
1940/45
All league football suspended 1983/84 Colwyn Bay Bethesda Ath
1945/46 HMS Glendover Llandudno Junction 1984/85 Conwy Utd Bethesda Ath
1947/48 Penrhyn Quarry Rhyl 1985/86 Conwy Utd Bethesda Ath
1948/49 Llandudno Junction Flint Town Utd 1986/87 Bethesda Ath Llanfairpwll
1950/51 Pwllheli Flint Town Utd 1987/88 Llanfairpwll Bethesda Ath
1951/52 Pwllheli Flint Town Utd 1988/89 Flint Town Rhyl
1952/53 Holyhead Town Pwllheli 1989/90 Porthmadog Bangor
1953/54 55th RA Pwllheli 1990/91 Llangefni Town Caernarfon Town
1954/55 Flint Town Utd Holywell Town 1991/92 Llangefni Town Y Felinheli
1955/56 Flint Town Utd Holyhead Town 1992/93 Cemaes Bay Llanfairpwll
1956/57 Flint Town Utd Caernarfon Town 1993/94 Llangefni Town Llanfairpwll
1957/58 Holyhead Town Caernarfon Town 1994/95 Rhydymwyn Prestatyn Town
1958/59 Borough Utd Llandudno 1995/96 Denbigh Town Prestatyn Town
1959/60 Nantlle Vale Borough Utd 1996/97 Glantraeth Llanfairpwll
1960/61 Pwllheli Blaenau Ffestiniog 1997/98 Holyhead Hotspurs Colwyn Bay YMCA
1961/62 Blaenau Ffestiniog Holyhead Town 1998/99 Llangefni Town Locomotive Llanberis
1962/63 Borough Utd Holyhead Town 1999/20 Halkyn Utd Colwyn Bay YMCA
1963/64 Holyhead Town Colwyn Bay 2000/01 Llanfairpwll Glan Conwy
1964/65 Colwyn Bay Borough Utd 2001/02 Amlwch Town Conwy Utd
1965/66 Caernarfon Town Porthmadog 2002/03 Glantraeth Bodedern
1966/67 Porthmadog Holyhead Town 2003/04 Rhyl Llandyrnog Utd
1967/68 Porthmadog Pwllheli & District 2004/05 Bodedern Rhydymwyn
1968/69 Porthmadog Blaenau Ffestiniog 2005/06 Prestatyn Town Denbigh Town
1969/70 Holyhead Town Connahs Quay Nomads 2006/07 Denbigh Town Rhyl
1970/71 Bethesda Connahs Quay Nomads 2007/08 Bethesda Ath Glan Conwy
1971/72 Blaenau Ffestiniog Bethesda Ath 2008/09 Bethesda Ath Rhydymwyn
1972/73 Blaenau Ffest Caernarfon Town 2009/10 Rhydymwyn Glan Conwy
1973/74 Blaenau Ffest Bethesda Ath 2010/11 Conwy Utd Holyhead Hotspur
1974/75 Porthmadog Wrexham 2011/12 Holyhead Hotspur Holywell Town
1975/76 Porthmadog Nantlle Vale 2012/13 Caernarfon Town Denbigh Town
1976/77 Porthmadog Nantlle Vale 2013/14 Denbigh Town Holywell Town
1977/78 Caernarfon Town Porthmadog 2014/15 Holywell Town Llandudno Junc
2015/16
1016/17
Trearddur Bay
Glantraeth Llandudno Junc
Llandudno Junc


DIVISION TWO CHAMPIONS AND RUNNERS-UP

2010/11 Caernarfon Wans Bodedern Ath
2011/12 Glantraeth Llanberis
2012/13 Llandyrnog Utd Llanfairpwll
2013/14 Penrhyndeudraeth Kinmel Bay Sports
2014/15 St Asaph City Llangenfi Town
2015/16 Greenfield Nantlle Vale
2016/17 Llandudno Albion Mynydd Llandegai

LOCK STOCK STORAGE COOKSON CUP

Season Winners Finalists Season Winners Finalists
1948/49 Holyhead Town Conwy Borough 1982/83 Greenfield Colwyn Bay
1949/50 Holyhead Town Colwyn Bay 1983/84 Colwyn Bay Pwllheli & District
1950/51 Pwllheli Llandudno Junction 1984/85 Bangor City Llandudno Amateurs
1951/52 Pwllheli Flint Town Utd 1985/86 Bethesda Ath Blaenau Ffestiniog
1952/53 Flint Town Utd Bangor City 1986/87 Bangor City Pilkington’s
1953/54 Pwllheli Holyhead Town 1987/88 Connahs Quay Nomads Llanrwst
1954/55 No competition 1988/89 Flint Town Utd Rhyl
1955/56 Borough Utd Blaenau Ffestiniog 1989/90 Porthmadog Bangor
1956/57 Caernarfon Town Llandudno 1990/91 Caernarfon Rhyl
1957/58 Borough Utd Nantlle Vale 1991/92 Cemaes Bay Llangefni
1958/59 Blaenau Ffestiniog Porthmadog 1992/93 Cemaes Bay Bangor City
1959/60 Nantlle Vale Borough Utd 1993/94 Llangefni Town Bangor City
1960/61 Blaenau Ffestiniog Porthmadog 1994/95 Llanfairpwll Rhydymwyn
1961/62 Bangor City Nantlle Vale 1995/96 Denbigh Town Prestatyn Town
1962/63 Borough Club Pwllheli 1996/97 Halkyn Utd Porthmadog
1963/64 Holyhead Town Rhyl 1997/98 Locomotive Llanberis Llangefni Town
1964/65 Llandudno Bangor City 1998/99 Locomotive Llanberis Halkyn Utd
1965/66 Borough Utd Porthmadog 1999/00 Llanfairpwll Halkyn Utd
1966/67 Holyhead Town Pwllheli & District 2000/01 Llanfairpwll Glan Conwy
1967/68 Holyhead Town Porthmadog 2001/02 Bangor City Conwy Utd
1968/69 Bangor City Blaenau Ffestiniog 2002/03 Rhyl Glantraeth
1969/70 Blaenau Ffestiniog Connahs Quay Nomads 2003/04 Rhydymwyn Rhyl
1970/71 Bethesda Ath Bangor City 2004/05 Bethesda Ath Conwy Utd
1971/72 Blaenau Ffestiniog Bethesda Ath 2005/06 Denbigh Town Rhyl
1972/73 Blaenau Ffestiniog Porthmadog 2006/07 Denbigh Town Llanrug Utd
1973/74 Colwyn Bay Blaenau Ffestiniog 2007/08 Bethesda Ath Llanrug Utd
197475 Wrexham Nantlle Vale 2008/09 Bethesda Ath Glan Conwy
1975/76 Porthmadog Pwllheli & District 2009/10 Conwy Utd Llandudno Junc
1976/77 Wrexham Bangor City 2010/11 Denbigh Town Gwalchmai
1977/78 Caernarfon Town Porthmadog 2011/12 Holyhead Hotspur Gwalchmai
1978/79 Pwllheli & District Porthmadog 2012/13 Caernarfon Town Holywell Town
1979/80 Colwyn Bay Pwllheli & District 2013/14 Holywell Town Llanrug Utd
1980/81 Colwyn Bay Blaenau Ffestiniog 2014/15 Llanrug Utd Holywell Town
1981/82 Colwyn Bay Conwy Utd 2015/16
1016/17 Glantraeth
Glantraeth Llanberis
Penrhydneudraeth


MAWDDACH CHALLENGE CUP

Season Winners Finalists Season Winners Finalists
1977/78 Porthmadog Caernarfon Town 1997/98 Llanrwst Utd Nantlle Vale
1978/79 Pwllheli & District Conwy Utd 1998/99 Llanfairfechan Ath Glan Conwy
1979/80 Colwyn Bay Flint Town Utd 1999/00 Y Felinheli Bodedern
1980/81 Blaenau Ffestiniog Porthmadog 2000/01 Llanfairpwll Y Felinheli
1981/82 Colwyn Bay Newtown 2001/02 Nantlle Vale Bodedern
1982/83 Welshpool Colwyn Bay 2002/03 Bodedern Glantraeth
1983/84 Colwyn Bay Y Felinheli 2003/04 Bodedern Rhydymwyn
1984/85 Conwy Utd Llanrwst Utd 2004/05 Rhyl Bethesda Ath
1985/86 Rhos Aelwyd Caernarfon Town 2005/06 Denbigh Town Rhyl
1986/87 Newtown Bethesda Ath 2006/07 Rhyl Prestatyn Town
1987/88 Llanberis Pilkington’s 2007/08 Rhydymwyn Barmouth & Dyff
1988/89 Mold Pilkington’s 2008/09 Llandudno Junction Rhyl
1989/90 Mold Porthmadog 2009/10 Pwllheli Gwalchmai
1990/91 Llangefni Town Llanidiloes 2010/11 Caernarfon Town Nefyn Utd
1991/92 Llangefni Town Llanfairpwll 2011/12 Holyhead Hotspur Holywell Town
1992/93 Llangefni Town Llanfairpwll 2012/13 Llanrwst Utd Penrhyndeudraeth
1993/94
1994/95
1995/96
1996/97 Llanfairpwll
Connahs Quay Halkyn Utd
Conwy Utd Rhydymwyn
Glantraeth
Llandyrnog Utd
Prestatyn Tn 2013/14
2014/15
2015/16
2016/17 Denbigh Town Holywell Town
Penrhyndeudraeth
Llanrug Utd Llandudno Junc
Llanrug Utd
Glantraeth
Glantraeth


TAKE STOCK VAN HIRE CUP DIVISION TWO

2010/11 Bodedern Ath Caernarfon Wans
2011/12
2012/13
2013/14
2014/15
2015/16
1016/17 Glantraeth
Penrhyndeudraeth
Kinmel Bay Sports
St Asaph City
Llanllyfni
Prestatyn Sports Llanberis
Greenfield
Penrhyndeudraeth
Nantlle Vale
Prestatyn Sport
Gaerwen

WELSH ALLIANCE FOOTBALL LEAGUE
FOUNDED 25TH OCTOBER 1934

CONSTITUTION


TITLE

1. The Association of Clubs will be called The Welsh Alliance Football League and is thereinafter referred to as the League.


OBJECTIVES

2. The objectives of the League will be:
a) To conduct each season League and League Cup competitions between the Clubs in Membership.
b) To conduct such other competitions as may be decided from time to time.


MEMBERSHIP

3. All clubs must be registered, associate or full members of the Welsh Football Association.

4. Office Bearers, Committee, Meetings, as that of the League Handbook.

WELSH ALLIANCE FOOTBALL LEAGUE
FOUNDED 25TH OCTOBER 1934

RULES

1. WELSH ALLIANCE LEAGUE CONSTITUTION
This Amalgamation of clubs shall be called "The Welsh Alliance Football League” and shall consist of all clubs whom the management committee shall consider eligible. Should the League have sponsorship, then that sponsor’s name will be incorporated into the League’s heading.

2. LEAGUE STRUCTURE, PROMOTION AND RELEGATION
The League shall consist of two divisions, each will have a maximum number of 16 clubs.
The club winning the 1st division, or the runners up, shall be promoted to the Cymru alliance League providing they meet the ground criteria set under the pyramid structure set by the FA of Wales. The two clubs that are at the bottom of the 1st Division may be relegated to the 2nd Division.
The club winning the 2nd Division and the runners up shall be promoted to the 1st Division providing they meet the ground criteria.
The clubs winning either the Vale of Conwy or Gwynedd League, or the runners up, may be promoted to the 2nd Division of the Welsh Alliance League providing they meet the ground criteria.

Reserve Division
Clubs who can apply to join the League Reserve Division are teams of clubs who play at Welsh Alliance League level or above.
In Reserve Division matches only three players who have started in the last first team match will be allowed to participate in the next reserve team fixture, The Executive Committee will require an explanation from any club not adhering to this and will decide what action to take.

Club Insurance
All participating clubs shall institute an Insurance Policy covering its signed players for each season. A copy of this insurance shall be forwarded to the League General Secretary Clubs must submit a copy of its Insurance Policy along with its Affiliation Form. If an Insurance policy is due for renewal during the season then a copy of the renewal policy must be sent to the League Secretary within 7 days.
Clubs failing to comply with this instruction shall be fined £25-00.

3. GOVERNMENT
The League shall be governed by the Executive Committee of the League, who shall consist of the officers (as per rule 4) who may elect two life members and two vice presidents and two members – one from each Division to represent the member clubs in the league, who shall meet on a monthly basis to ensure the smooth running of the league The Management Committee shall be of the Officers (as rule 4) a representative of each club along with Life members and Vice Presidents. The Clwyd and Gwynedd league are invited to attend also the NWRA who shall have no powers to vote.

4 OFFICERS
The following officers shall be appointed annually by the clubs attending the Annual General Meeting, Viz. Patron, President, Chairman, Vice Chairman, Treasurer. General Secretary, Registration Secretary, Fixture Secretary, Referees Appointment Secretary all of whom shall be members of the committee in addition to those mentioned in rule 3.
The Annual General meeting may also elect not more than ten Vice Presidents, who shall be considered members of the Management Committee, Members of the committee or officers of the league who have rendered 20 years extra meritorious service to football in the area may be elected life members all of whom shall have full voting powers.

5 AUDITORS
Two Auditors shall also be appointed by the Annual General Meeting (or one accountant in public practice) who shall be responsible for the due audit of the accounts for the past season for presentation to the Annual Meeting.

6. SUBSCRIPTIONS
Clubs shall pay an annual subscription of £150. Subscriptions are to be paid by the 1st June in each year. All clubs in the Welsh Alliance League will pay £100 by way of a deposit or guarantee that the club will duly perform and keep its full obligations to the league in accordance with the rules now in force, or which may hereafter be regularly constituted whilst the club remains a member of the league or its subsidiary competitions.

Reserve Division
Clubs shall pay an annual subscription of £50 payable by the 1st July in each year, and also they will pay £15 entrance fee to the Cup Competition.
All amounts received as annual subscriptions shall be placed to the credit of the leagues general working account. All deposits or guarantees shall be placed to the credit of each club in whose name the deposit was originally made. The first charge upon a clubs credit being made in respect of any claim which the league may have against the club for beach of the rules. Secondly, the amounts due to the league in respect of other accounts which may become due.
Thirdly, such amounts which may be due in connection with the league to any club or clubs the same having first been certified by the committee. Should the balance standing to the credit of any club in default be insufficient to fully liquidate the claims due to clubs, then such amount shall be distributed (pro rata) to the certified claims. Any payments made by the committee under the rule shall be accepted by the clubs concerned as final and binding and no further claim shall be acknowledged by the league from any outside source. Any sum remaining to the credit of the defaulting club shall be paid to the legal representatives of such club who shall give an indemnity, therefore, against any claim in law or otherwise.


Fines
Any club not replying to correspondence from an officer of the league within 7 days of receipt, will be fined the sum of £25. All fines to be paid within 7 days of receipt, failing which an administrative charge of £25 will be added for each subsequent 7 days up to a maximum of 14 days, thereafter a fine of £25 will be added and the offending club shall not take part in any further league fixtures until such time that the account is cleared.

7. Misconduct by Clubs or Players – By The Executive Committee
At the Annual General Meeting or an Extraordinary General Meeting called for that purpose, it shall be the duty for a majority of the delegates present and voting thereafter to exclude from membership any club whose conduct has, in their opinion been objectionable. Before this rule can operate, all objections shall be first communicated in writing to the Executive Committee who shall hear such evidence as they shall consider necessary to prove (or otherwise) a prima facia case has been made out.

8. EXECUTIVE COMMITTEES JURISDICTION
The Executive Committee shall have jurisdiction over all matters whether specially provided for in these rules or not. They shall appoint a finance sub committee of two person together with the league officials (as rule 4) and shall have the power to appoint any other sub committee they may consider necessary, and may delegate all or any of their powers to any such sub committee, but such delegation of powers shall be duly expressed by minute.
The Management Committee expects all club officials and players to conduct themselves in a manner that reflects the status of the Welsh Alliance Football League.
Should a member club(s), officials or players conduct fall below the expected standard, then the Management Committee will request that club appear before them to give a detailed account of the reason for this fall in the expected standard.
The Management Committee can take a range of actions with the ultimate one being expulsion from the League.

Quorum
A quorum of any sub committee shall be two thirds of its members unless otherwise ordered. Any infringements of the league rules shall be dealt with in such a manner as the Executive Committee think fit.

Voting - Casting Vote of Chairman
In the event of the voting at any meeting of the Executive Committee being equal, the Chairman of such meeting shall have a casting vote provided that he has used his vote in the first ballot and this shall also apply to voting at any sub committee.

Meeting
The Executive Committee shall meet at such times as convenient to ensure the efficient running of the league and its business. No resolution shall be rescinded at the meeting at which it is passed unless the motion to rescind shall be carried by three-fourths of those members present at the meeting voting.

Place of Meeting
The meetings shall be held at such places as the Executive committee shall decided or in the case of sub committee, where such committees shall decided. Any club failing to be represented at the Annual General Meeting or a Management Committee meeting shall be fined £25.

9. FULL STRENGTH OF CLUB TO BE PLAYED
Each club shall play to full strength in all league matches unless some satisfactory explanation is offered. In no case shall a club give prominence to the fact that it is unable to play its strongest team.

Penalty and Compensation
The fine for non observance of this rule shall be such sum, not exceeding £50, as the Executive Committee inflict, and may pay out of such fine an amount not exceeding 75 per cent to the club offended against as compensation.

10. FIXTURES
All matches shall be arranged on a system to be decided upon by the Fixture Secretary on behalf of the Executive Committee, so as not to clash with Conference dates of the FA of Wales.
Any Club without just cause failing to fulfil an engagement to play its League matches on the appointed date or causing a game to be abandoned without giving a reason deemed to be satisfactory by the Executive Committee, shall have three points deducted, be liable for any reasonable expenses as deemed necessary by the Executive Committee and shall be fined as follows;
Division 1 - £200 Division 2 - £100
Any subsequent charges will be doubled.

(a) Each club will be allowed to make a formal request for one free Saturday in each season - except for certain circumstances. The League should be notified at least 35 Days prior to the free Saturday requested..

(b) Clubs with an open date maybe instructed to play a fixture as arranged by the Fixture Secretary, A minimum of seven (7) days notice will be given nin respect of any such re-arrangement, This will not apply to clubs granted a free date under rule 10 (a)

Reserve Division
Clubs who fail to fulfil a fixture will be dealt with by the Disciplinary Committee of the Welsh Alliance Football league, Is a satisfactory explanation is not rendered then the club(s) will be liable to a fine of £25 and three points deducted plus compensation the disciplinary Committee deems reasonable

11. CHAMPION CLUB
At the end of each season’s competition the club scoring the largest number of points shall be declared the champion club of that division, three points being counted for each game won and one point for each game drawn. Should two or more clubs be equal in points the club having the best goal difference shall be the winners. In the event of that goal difference being equal, the club scoring the most goals shall be deemed champions, if this fails to settle the difference the clubs shall play off upon a neutral ground. The gate money being divided (after expenses have been deducted) between the competing clubs, unless played out of season, when the management committee shall allocate the net proceeds to a charity nominated by the Executive Committee.

12. REGISTRATION, TRANSFER
A player may only register to play for one (1) club, on Form J3 which will be provided by the Registration Secretary at a fee of £1.00. The Registration Form must reach the Registration Secretary of the League five days after the date the player has signed the form, otherwise it is not valid.

Transfer Forms J4, will be supplied to the Clubs by the Registration Secretary without charge. After the Transfer Form has been completed by both respective Clubs, The Form must be sent with a fee of £5.00 to the League’s Registration Secretary. If International Clearance is required, then this must be obtained from the FA of Wales before being sent to the Registration Secretary.

Transfer Forms J4 will be supplied by the Registration Secretary of the League without charge. After the Transfer Form has been completed by both respective clubs it must be sent with a fee of £5 for Internal Transfer and £10 for External Transfers to the Registration Secretary within 5 days of the player signing the Transfer Form, otherwise it is not valid.

No other forms, duplicated or photocopied will be accepted for the purpose of the registration or transfer of players, except in accordance with Rule 14 for a signed player (as per FA of Wales addition to registration rules).

Players wishing to Transfer
In the event of a player wishing to change clubs during the season, the club requiring his transfer shall give the club with which he is registered 7 days notice in writing of there intention, such notice shall not be by means of a partly completed transfer form, but by a letter to the club with which he is currently registered. They shall notify the League Registration Secretary of its action. Negotiations with the player must cease at the expiration of 21 days of such approached being made.


Infringements by players and clubs
In the event of a player signing more than one registration or transfer forms for two or more clubs, priority of registration shall be given to the first registration form received by the Registration Secretary.
In the order the documents shall deemed to have been received at the time of arrival of the facsimile, but the original documents must be received by the Registration Secretary within 3 days of the date of the date they were faxed to him.

13. BONA FIDE PLAYER
Who has signed a league registration form and has been registered with the League Registration Secretary during the current season, or who has been transferred to such club, and the receipt of such registration or transfer form has been duly received by the club from the League Registration Secretary. Only registration and transfer forms signed by the Club Secretary, or in his absence, the Club Chairman, will be accepted. All players signing a written contract must also be registered by their clubs with the FA of Wales.


14. SPEEDY REGISTRATIONS OR TRANSFERS
Clubs wishing to register or transfer their players must ensure that the completed form(s) together with an International Clearance Document, if required, is lodged with the Registration Secretary by no later than 5.00pm on the last working day before he intends to play, by dispatching a facsimile, if such documents are found to be in order. The document shall be deemed to have been received at the arrival of the facsimile. The original documents must be received by the Registration Secretary within four (4) days of the date that they were faxed or E-Mailed to him or a fine of £5 will occur for each day after this.


15. PLAYING INELIGIBLE PLAYERS
Any club playing an illegible player or players shall have three points deducted from their score and/or ordered to replay the match under cup tie terms and be liable to a fine not exceeding £100.Plus all expenses and costs incurred by the Welsh Alliance League arising from a Disciplinary Meeting.

16. PLAYING OF MATCHES
(a) All matches shall be played under the laws of the game as defined by the FA of Wales, and shall be of 90 minutes duration. Clubs shall not mutually agree to play a match in lieu of a league match, if a match is played to a conclusion it must be a league match. Any match not completed may be ordered to stand as a completed match or replayed for the full period of 90 minutes as the Executive Committee may direct.

(b) SUBSTITUTES
Each club may use three substitutes in League Matches (as defined by the FA of Wales) and it shall be indicated on the team sheet if they have taken part in the match. Clubs may nominate up to five substitutes, but only three may participate in the match. The participating clubs shall present to the match referee 30 minutes prior to the kick-off, a list of their players who will be taking part in the match, upon the form provided. This list must be completed in full, including the names of the substitutes, (these may not be added later). Failure to list the names of the substitutes before the commencement of the match will result in the referee having the right to refuse any such substitute from taking part. Failure to present the completed form will incur a fine of £25.00p.

(c) PROGRAMMES
Clubs are required to produce a programme for all their home games, a copy of which is to be forwarded to the League Secretary within three days of a home fixture. Sponsors adverts are to be inserted as directed by the Executive Committee.
Failure to produce a programme will incur a fine not exceeding £50, unless a satisfactory explanation is given.

(d) OPENING OF GROUNDS AND CONFIRMATION OF FIXTURES
A club official and match officials be in attendance at the ground one hour to the specified time of kick-off. All clubs must confirm fixtures with the match officials, five days prior to the game (re-arranged fixtures excepted). Clubs failing to do so will be fined £25.00p.

(e) CHARGES FOR ADMISSION TO CUP/LEAGUE MATCHES
The charge for admission to Cup and league matches shall be decided by the home club. All admission charges will be the same for home and away supporters

(f) FREE TICKETS TO VISITING CLUBS AND CLUB OFFICIALS
• The League will provide each club with five (5) official passes, These are for use only in League or Cup matches when your club is playing in a fixture away from home.

(g) HALF-TIME REFRESHMENT
It is required that all home clubs will provide such half time refreshment as is usual to the visiting team and match officials.

17. UNFINISHED MATCHES FROM ANY CAUSE
In the event of a match not being played to a finish owing to fog or other causes over which neither club has control, such uncompleted game is ordered to be replayed under rule 16. The home club shall take the first gate, and the gate of the replayed game shall be shared on cup-tie terms. In the event of a match not being started owing to causes unavoidable to either team, and no gate money has been taken, then the re-arranged game is to be played as if it were an ordinary fixture and no compensation shall be claimed by the visiting club other than their travelling expenses at the usual rates of travelling upon their second visit. Where the cause of the abandonment of a match is the fault of a team arriving late the club responsible for the late start shall not be entitled to any benefit from a replayed match unless the Executive Committee may determine that the delay was unavoidable.

Fines for late start
Clubs responsible for a later start, whether the match is completed or not, shall be liable to a fine of £1.50 per minute, unless the Executive Committee, after considering the report or other evidence, are satisfied the delay was unavoidable.

18. MATCH OFFICIALS
Only properly registered and qualified referees and assistant Referees shall be appointed. Referees and Assistant Referee failing to fulfil their appointed fixtures shall be fined equivalent to their respective fee unless a satisfactory explanation is received.
The Home club is responsible for the safety and security of Match Officials at all times, at half time and full time the home club shall arrange for two stewards to escort them from the pitch to their dressing rooms. Stewards will wear florescent jackets which will, be supplied by the League. Clubs not complying with this rule will be fined the sum of £50 on each and every occasion.

19. MATCH OFFICIALS FEES
The home club shall pay the match officials who officiates at their home game a fee and travelling expenses according to the scale approved by the Executive Committee of the League and FA of Wales Referees Committee.


20. FITNESS OF GROUND
The Welsh Alliance League will have first claim and jurisdiction on all grounds of the clubs in membership to the League.
Only a Referee shall have the powers to decide the fitness of a ground for play, Each club must take every precaution tom keep its ground in a good playing condition. If necessary, the home club may require the match referee to visit the ground, on the day of the game, for the purpose of making a necessary ground inspection, at least five (5) hours before the advertised time of kick-off. A club may have the inspection carried out by a replacement Referee should the match referee be unavailable, the League Secretary or Fixture Secretary should be made aware of the change,
Should the referee making the ground inspection be of the opinion that the ground is not of a fit condition to play, he must contact the League Secretary of Fixture Secretary of his decision before informing the clubs. The Referee will be paid travelling expenses as per FA of Wales Gridlines.

21. POSTPONED MATCHES, LATE STARTS, RESULTS OF MATCHES
The referee shall, within three days, forward a report to the League Secretary of any match which has been postponed or abandoned (from whatever cause that may arise) late starts, late arrival of any official or player. The referee must inform defaulting clubs that he is reporting a late start. He shall also forward a copy to the League Secretary of any report he may have to make to the Secretary of the FA of Wales in cases of the misconduct of players, officials or spectators, etc. and must in all cases forward the result of the match to the League Secretary on the day of the match. Referees not complying will be fined £25.00p.

22. REFEREES CAUSING LATE START
Referees who are the cause of a late start shall be subject to a fine of £1.50 per minute unless the Executive Committee, after considering the report or other evidence, are satisfied the delay was unavoidable.

23. REFEREES FEES IN ABANDONED MATCHES
The home club will be responsible for the referees travelling expenses according to scale, plus half fee where the match was postponed or abandoned after he had duly inspected the ground as rule 20, but where a match is abandoned for any other reason, then the whole fee is payable.

24. FIRST AID
All clubs must have medical facilities, which must include a stretcher. The location of the first aid equipment must be clearly marked in all dressing rooms. It is desirable that clubs provide a designated area for first aid.

25. MEMBERS OF THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE NOT ELIGIBLE AS MATCH OFFICIALS
No member of the Executive Committee shall be appointed to officiate as referee or assistant referee in any match, nor shall the Referee or Assistant Referee be past or present members of either of the competing club for the past 5 years.

26. EMERGENCY OFFICIALS
In the event of the referee or assistant referee appointed not attending a match, or not being in time to commence the game, the following procedure shall follow in the case of the referee, the two clubs must agree to one, from amongst those present on the ground, in all cases preference being given to a registered referee. In the case of the appointed assistant referees not being in attendance, both clubs shall have a suitable person nominated from whom the referee shall appoint such person or persons as he shall deem competent. Any club not complying shall be guilty of a non fulfilment of a fixture and will be dealt with accordingly by the Executive Committee.

27. POSTPONED FIXTURES
No club shall be allowed to postpone a fixture with another club unless it is to play a conference fixture in the FAW Welsh Cup and Welsh Trophy ties shall have three points deducted from their total, and unless a satisfactory explanation rendered, be libel to a fine not exceeding £100.

Should any club be found guilty by the Executive Committee of causing a postponement, (in the event of a League Match) the guilty club shall be adjudged to have lost the match, lose an extra 3 points and be fined the sum of £100.00.

28. RESULTS OF MATCHES
Each club shall post or E-Mail to the General Secretary, upon a form which will be provided by the League,, the result of the match, together with the full names and registration or transfer numbers of their players competing therein within three days of the match.
This list of players and their registration number will be the same as the Team Sheet given to the Referee, Any discrepancy in these lists will be dealt with as the Executive Committee sees fit.
Failing such report, each defaulting club shall be fined the sum of £15.00 and if the form is still not received within seven days, a further fine of £15.00 will be imposed for every seven days thereafter. The form of report contemplates the forwarding of the names of both teams by each club.
Home clubs must telephone the General Secretary the match result and the names and times of all goal scorers of both teams, within 15 minutes after the completion of the match.
Clubs failing to comply with this instruction will be fined the sum of £25.00.

29. PROTEST AND CLAIMS
All protests and claims must be posted and received by the General Secretary of the Welsh Alliance League by registered post or recorded delivery within four days after the match (Sunday excepted). Three copies of such protest or claims must be signed by the club Secretary, or in his absence the club Chairman, and sent together with a fee of £20.00 which will be treated as a deposit pending the hearing of the protest or claim, and the same may be declared forfeit should the protest or claim not be sustained at the hearing by the Executive Committee (or a subcommittee thereof which has been given delegated powers.


An appeal may be made against any decision of the Executive Committee or Sub Committee to the FA of Wales.
Protest and claims submitted to any League Official other than the General Secretary shall be deemed as unacceptable.

30. ALTERATION OF RULES
No alteration of or addition to these rules shall be made except at the annual meeting or such adjournment thereof, or at a special general meeting convened for that purpose. No special meeting shall be convened unless a requisition is received signed by not less than two thirds of the clubs in the Alliance League, and such requisition shall contain the full nature of any suggested alteration or amendment of the rules or rules contemplated. Upon receipt of any alteration or amendment to the rules, no deviation thereof shall be allowed at the meeting. Before any alteration or amendment to the rule or rules under discussion shall be declared carried, at least two thirds of those present at the meeting entitled to vote shall record their votes for such alteration or amendment.

Annual Meeting for Consideration of Rules
The same proceedings shall apply to the Annual General Meeting, save that all suggested alterations must reach the Secretary of the League on or before the 331st March in each year.

31. ANNUAL MEETING
The annual meeting of the league shall be held during the month of June for the purpose of receiving the Treasurer’s statement of accounts, consideration of such amendments of these rules as may have properly notified in accordance with rule 30, the election of the officers and committee of management in accordance with rules 3 and 4, and such other business which the Management Committee consider is relevant under the rules to transact; but all business to be brought before the meetings shall appear upon the agenda circulated to the clubs and in no circumstances shall any business not so notified be transacted.

32. CLUB COLOURS
Each club in the league shall register its colours with the General Secretary If any clubs have the same or similar colours, and then when such clubs meet in their fixtures, the visiting side shall for that match adopt entirely different colours to that of the home club. The goal keeper shall wear colours which distinguish him from the other players, the Referee and Assistant Referees.

33. ANNUAL STATEMENT OF ACCOUNTS
All financial business for each season, shall end on the 30th day of April. All items of finance received later than this date, shall be carried over to the next season’s Accounts. The annual report and balance sheet, duly audited, shall be forwarded to each club at least seven days before the date of the annual meeting. A copy of such balance sheet shall be forwarded, within seven days after the annual meeting, to the secretary of the FA of Wales.

34. ADMISSION TO GROUNDS BY MEMBERS OF THE MANAGEMENT COMMITTEE
All Officers and Executive Committee shall have free access to all parts of any ground during League or Cup matches on production of their current league pass,.

35. FINANCIAL CONTROL OF FUNDS
The league funds shall be banked in the name of the league and all cheques and withdrawals from the deposit accounts shall be signed by any two of the following;
the Chairman, Vice-Chairman, Treasurer and Secretary, and on the withdrawal or resignation of office of all or either of the foregoing officials then by such other persons as the Executive Committee, by resolution shall appoint in lieu thereof. The bank into which all league monies shall be deposited shall be such joint stock bank as the Executive Committee shall select. Prior to payment all the due accounts shall be passed by the foregoing officials and a detailed account submitted to the next available meeting of the Executive Committee of all such payments.

36. GUARANTEE FOR SAFE CUSTODY OF LEAGUE TROPHIES AND CUPS
A guarantee for the safe custody of any cup won by a club shall be given by the club winning the same and such guarantee shall be a personal one of such members of the club’s committee as shall be in office at the time the cup was won. In the event of such guarantee not having been given, then such shall be implied under these rules as being binding against such committee members in the following amounts for loss or damage to such cup or cups; for total loss, £500; for damage to the same, such amount as will thoroughly repair and make good such damage.
Clubs are strictly prohibited from placing any inscription upon the cup or cups and plinths they may hold under a very severe penalty assessed under the foregoing rule, or the sum of £100 whichever the Executive Committee may decide. Winning clubs shall, after the end of July, hand in at the next Executive Committee meeting, the cups and plinths they hold for adding the winning clubs name and year.


37. CHAMPIONSHIP MEMENTOS FOR WINNING CLUB
The players and nominated substitutes of the winning club and runners up in all Divisions of the League will be presented with sixteen mementos from the funds of the league.

38. GROUNDS
The grounds of all league clubs may be inspected at any time by order of the Executive Committee and they may also order such improvements to the ground they may consider necessary, such being within the just means of the club concerned.
Each Club accepted into membership of the Welsh Alliance Football League must have their registered league ground available for matches at all times. Any club within the Welsh Alliance Football League which loses the right to play on its designated home ground during the season, for whatever reason, must inform the League Secretary as soon as possible.

A Management Committee Meeting will be arranged as a matter of urgency. Any member club of the Welsh Alliance Football League who intends hiring its ground or entering into a ground sharing agreement with another football club must submit the full details of the agreement, signed by both parties, for approval by the Management Committee. This must be done whether the ground share is with another club within or outside the Welsh Alliance Football League memberships.
This must be done before the 1st May in any season.

39. CLUB RESIGNATION FROM THE LEAGUE
If a club wishes to resign from the League after being accepted at the League AGM and before completing its fixtures, it will be fined the following costs;
• Division 1 - £250
• Division 2 - £250

If a club wishes to resign from the League at the end of the season, it must do so by 1st April each year and will be fined the following costs;
• Division 1 - £250
Division 2 - £250

Reserve Division
If a club resigns from the League after being accepted at the LEAGUE A.G.M. and before completing its fixtures it will be fined £50.
If a club wishes to resign from the League at the end of the season it must do so by the 1st April in each season, otherwise they will be fined £50.


40. ENTRY OF ALLIANCE LEAGUE CLUBS TO COMPETITIONS
The Executive Committee will decide which League Cup Competitions clubs will be entered into and whether additional fees will be payable.

41. RIGHT OF APPEAL
Notwithstanding anything contained in these rules to the contrary, clubs, players and officials aggrieved by any decision of the Executive Committee shall have a right of appeal to the Football Association of Wales.


ALL CUP COMPETITIONS RULES

1. The Welsh Alliance League will arrange, thought the executive Committee, all cups Competitions for Clubs in Membership of the League,

2. Entrance fees will be payable for each Cup Competition, which will be decided by the Executive Committee and be payable to the League Treasurer on or before the 30th May in each season.

3. The members of each team may be changed during the series of matches but no individual shall play for more than one competing team in a competition, during the season and must be a registered player for a club in one of the leagues approved by the organizing committee and signed on Welsh Football Association registration forms of the club. In all rounds of the Cup Competition, a player must be registered player for the club by no later them 5-00pm on the day before he intends to play.

4. (a) Conference dates shall be decided by the Fixture Secretary on behalf of the Executive Committee for each game. Clubs which are unable to fulfil the fixture due to ground unavailability for whatever reason, after the second failed attempt on a revised fixture date shall forfeit ground advantage at the discretion of the organizing committee.

(b) The revised fixture date for a postponed or abandoned match shall be played on a Saturday or midweek, unless otherwise decided by the Fixture Secretary.

(b) When possible matches shall be arranged to be played midweek under floodlights.

(c) Clubs not fulfilling a Cup fixture without giving a reason deemed satisfactory by the Executive Committee , will forfeit the game and shall be fined as follows,
First Division Clubs £200, Second Division Clubs £100 and Rese2rve division Clubs £25.

5. There shall be no exemptions; all competing clubs go into the draw for the first round. Byes shall be drawn at the discretion of the committee. If the result at the end of 90 minutes should still be a draw, an extra time of 30 minutes must be played. If the result is still a draw, “penalty kicks” must be taken in accordance with the rules laid down by the FA of Wales.

6. Each team shall forward to the Secretary, upon a form to be supplied, the result of their match, together with the names of their players competing therein within three days (Sunday excluded) of the match being played. Failing such report, each defaulting club shall be fined the sum of £10, a further £10 will be imposed for every seven days thereafter.

7. Each club in the competition shall register its colours with the Secretary. Should any club have the same or similar colours when playing against each other in the competition, then the away club shall adopt entirely different and distinctive colours from that of the home club. The goalkeepers shall wear colours which distinguish him from the other players, the referee and assistant referees.

8. Referees and assistant referees shall be appointed by the organizing committee and shall be paid a fee and travelling expenses in accordance to a scale approved by the organizing committee. Where two or more officials travel to a cup tie in one car, then only one travelling expense can be claimed. In the final tie, the officials will be presented with a trophy in lieu of match fees

9. Date and venue of final tie shall be determined by the organizing committee who shall have the management thereof.

10. In rounds prior to the final the home team shall be the first team drawn and shall be entitled to retain all gate money, but shall be responsible for the payment of all match expenses.

11. Any objection to the qualification of a player must reach the General Secretary by registered post or recorded delivery within four days (Sunday excepted) after the conclusion of the game in which the player(s) objected to, played. Three copies of the particulars of objection must be furnished and accompanied by a fee of £20, such fee to be forfeited if the objection is not sustained.
Protest and claims submitted to a League official other than the General Secretary shall be deemed as unacceptable.

12. Any club reported for causing a late start shall be fined at the rate of £1.50 per minute unless the Executive Committee, after considering the report or other evidence, are satisfied the delay was unavoidable.

13. In case of any player being found ineligible, the club playing him shall be adjudged to have lost the match, provided that such clubs shall have a right of appeal and be fined a sum not exceeding £100 plus compensation as the Executive Committee may deem reasonable.

14. In the final tie, the organizing committee shall have control of the gate and shall disperse it in the following manner :-
All expenses including printing, advertising, police, grounds man and gatemen and any other legitimate expenses will be met by the organizing committee. All remaining receipts shall be split three ways. One third to the organizing committee and one third to each of the competing clubs.

15. The organizing committee shall present to the players and substitutes of the winning team and runners-up sixteen mementos to each club from the funds of the league also suitable mementos in lieu of match fee will be presented to the Match Officials together with their travelling expenses.

16. The organizing committee shall have power to appoint such subcommittee as it shall think fit and shall have power to deal with any matter not provided for under these rules.

Should any club be found guilty by the organizing/Executive committee of any action causing the postponement of the match, the guilty club shall be adjudged to have lost the match and fined a sum not exceeding £100, plus compensation as the Executive Committee may deem reasonable.


GROUND CRITERIA FOR PROMOTION TO DIVISION ONE

1 The Teams who complete the season as Division Two Champions or Runners up, will be consider for promotion to Division One providing they meet the ground criteria for Division One, by the 30th April at the end of each season.
2. PLAYING AREA
The playing area must be flat, and of good drainage and shall not be less then 105 yards in length and by 55 yards wide, and all lines marked in white at least two hours before the start of play. And goal nets in place, 60 minutes prior to the time of kick-off.
3. DUG OUTS
All grounds must have a covered dug out area for each team, to seat eight people per team, and must be at least two yards from the playing area. Near to the half way line positioned on the same side of the playing area.
4 BARRIERS
All grounds must have metal barriers (not ropes) around the whole of the ground, which must be at least 2 yard from the touchline of the playing area.
5. DRESSING ROOMS
Must be within a reasonable distance from the playing area, and each team must have their own dressing rooms with one individual seated toilet and one urinal provided in each dressing room, separate to the spectators, separate shower facilities containing at least four shower heads in each of the teams dressing rooms and seating for at least 20, persons, also the match officials must have a separate room with one shower and toilet facilities and seating for four people.
Hot and cold running water should be provided for all.
The rooms are not to be used for storage or similar purposes
REFRESHMENTS
6. The home team will supply refreshments for both teams and match officials at half time and full time, and visiting VIP personnel, which should be at least a warm drink in the winter or cold drink on warm days.
FIRST AID
7. The stadium must have designated First Aid equipment (including Stretcher) with the location clearly marked in all dressing rooms
MATCH DAY PROGRAMME
8. The Home club will be required to produce a program of the game for all home matches.
SPECTATOR – RELATED AREAS
9. Refreshments, hot & cold drinks must be made available for the supporters of both teams at reasonable prices. Separate Toilet facilities for both sexes must be available, and also car parking

GROUND CRITERIA FOR PROMOTION TO DIVISION TWO

1 All applying clubs must submit their application in writing by the 31st December in each season, for membership to the league and must have the full use of their ground and facilities for the commencement of each season, In August and until the close in May each year. (Including mid-week), The League will have first claim on all grounds, and also meet the ground criteria as set by the FA of Wales., all clubs applying for membership must meet the required ground criteria by the 30th April in each season.
2. PLAYING AREA
The playing area must be flat, and of good drainage and shall not be less then 105 yards in length and by 55 yards wide, and all lines marked in white at least two hours before the start of play. And goal nets in place, 60 minutes prior to the time of kick-off.
3. DUG OUTS
All grounds must have a dug out area for each team, to seat six people per team, and must be at least two yards from the playing area. Either side of half way line The two benches must be on the same side as each other.
4 BARRIERS
All grounds must have mental barriers around the whole of the ground, which must be at least 2 yard from the touchline of the playing area.
5. DRESSING ROOMS
Must be within a reasonable distance from the playing area, and each team must have their own dressing rooms with one individual seated toilet and one urinal provided in each dressing room, separate to the spectators, separate shower facilities containing at least three shower heads in each of the teams dressing rooms and seating for at least 20, persons, also the match officials must have a separate room with one shower and toilet facilities and seating for four people.
Hot and cold running water should be provided for all.
The rooms are not to be used for storage or similar purposes.
REFRESHMENTS
6. The home team will supply refreshments for both teams and match officials at half time and full time, and visiting VIP personnel, which should be at least a warm drink in the winter or cold drink on warm days.
FIRST AID
7. The stadium must have designated First Aid equipment (including Stretcher) with the location clearly marked in all dressing rooms.
MATCH DAY PROGRAMME
8. The Home club will be required to produce a program of the game for all home matches.
SPECTATOR – RELATED AREAS
9. Refreshments hot and cold drinks must be made available for the supporters of both teams at reasonable prices. Separate Toilet facilities for both sexes must be available, and also car parking.


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