Last updated : Monday, 18 September 2023
JT Hughes Montgomeryshire Amateur Football League
The JT Hughes Montgomeryshire Amateur Football League is a football league in Wales. It is the top amateur football league in Montgomeryshire, and is affiliated to the Football Association of Wales.
The JT Hughes Montgomeryshire Amateur Football League was founded in 1902, and was originally known as the Montgomeryshire Football League. The league was renamed in 1997 in honour of J.T Hughes, who was a former chairman of the league.
The league has been won by a number of different clubs over the years, including Newtown, Llanfair United, and Welshpool Town. The current champions are Newtown, who won the league in 2022.
The JT Hughes Montgomeryshire Amateur Football League has two divisions: Division One and Division Two. Each division consists of 10 teams.
The teams in Division One play each other twice, once at home and once away. The top two teams at the end of the season are promoted to the Central Wales Football League. The bottom two teams are relegated to Division Two.
The teams in Division Two play each other once, home or away. The top four teams at the end of the season are promoted to Division One. The bottom two teams are relegated to the Montgomeryshire League.
The JT Hughes Montgomeryshire Amateur Football League hosts several cup competitions. These include:
- The Emrys Morgan Cup
- The Montgomeryshire Cup
- The Village Cup
- The Tanners Town Cup
- The League Cup
- The Consolation Cup
Teams promoted from Division One may enter the Central Wales Football League if standards and facilities fall into line with the regulations and criteria of the FAW and Mid Wales Football League (Tier 4 of the Welsh Football Pyramid).