One of the biggest games in the second tier takes place at Halkyn Road tomorrow , as Holywell Town host Caernarfon in a top four clash.
Fourth-placed Holywell find themselves 10 points behind first-placed Caernarfon, but with two games in hand over them a home victory could make all the difference
Llandudno manager Iwan Williams admits his team are throwing the towel in too early in games, but hopes to rectify the situation and find a solution, starting with this weekend's important Welsh Cup quarter-final against Newtown.
Williams reached the semi-final stages of the competition last season whilst manager of Caernarfon Town,
After picking up 10 points in the last five games, Guilsfield boss Nathan Leonard is pleased with how his side has performed this campaign, but the manager is pushing his side to improve in the coming weeks.
Despite a tremendous start to the 2017/18 Huws Gray Alliance campaign, the club and
Ruthin Town boss Chris Williams could well be in line for manager of the season contention as his side continue a strong performance in the Huws Gray Alliance having reached the JD Welsh Cup last 16.
However, this weekend the local-ethos team is looking to bounce back after a defeat
From Connah's Quay Nomads to Caernarfon Town, midfielder Rob Jones is a well known face in the North Wales football scene.
Experienced in the JD Welsh Premier League, Huws Gray Alliance and even the Europa League, Jones' dynamism in the middle has given him a regular starting place in each
After a record third place finish last season, Gresford Athletic were tipped as a side to watch in the 2017/18 Huws Gray Alliance season.
Yet with seven games played, all has not gone as planned for manager Steve Halliwell and his side.
They have clocked up just seven points, averaging a
Injuries are any footballer's worst nightmare. And for some, it is the catalyst that is the end of the road of their playing career. Luke Douglas knows that idea all too well.
Despite having played for numerous clubs including The New Saints and second tier sides Conwy, Holywell and Flint, the
Llandudno Junction are the new boys of the Huws Gray Alliance, promoted from a second placed finish in the Welsh Alliance Division One after champions Glantraeth refused promotion.
Seven games in, the high level of the second tier has already shown as Junction sit bottom having lost all of their games
Guilsfield manager Nathan Leonard has been pleased with the start his team has made to the 2017/18 season, and will be hoping they can continue their positive start against Flint Town United this weekend.
Leonard would be entitled to be in buoyant mood after their start to the Huws Gray Alliance
Holyhead Hotspur boss Campbell Harrison praised the second tier Huws Gray Alliance league for its week-in, week-out challenges and tough nature.
And despite his side facing tough teams, Holyhead's bright start to the campaign has led to a manager of the month award for Harrison who is pleased with the team's