Llanrwst United could be set for a relegation reprieve.
Despite finishing next-to-bottom of Welsh Alliance Division One this season, the Rwsters might stay up following events at a league meeting in Llanfairfechan last week.
Both Abergele Town and Prestatyn Sports were voted out of the Welsh Alliance by member clubs on a ballot after failing to meet the specified ground criteria by 1st of May.
That means only Glan Conwy will be relegated, Llanrwst Utd gaining a possible reprieve, with Llandudno Albion and Mynydd Llandegai promoted to Division One.
Abergele, who were in Division One this season, and Division Two Prestatyn Sports have both appealed against their expulsions, but no hearing dates are yet confirmed.
Bodedern Athletic and Llannefydd are promoted the Welsh Alliance Division 2 after winning the Gwynedd and Vale of Clwyd and Conwy league titles respectively.
A decision on Gwalchmai’s application to re-join the league (Division 2) was deferred until the other promotion contenders are known.
Llandudno Junction , runners-up in Division One, have been promoted to the Huws Gray Alliance for the first time after Welsh Alliance champions Glantraeth decided not to go up.
Conwy Borough are relegated to the Welsh Alliance from the HGA.
Next season will commence on Saturday 12th August and there will be a midweek game for the first three weeks of the season.