NEXT season represents the start of a new era for the Mid Wales League.

With the advent of the new Football Association of Wales (FAW) pyramid restructure the Mid Wales League will split into two regional divisions next season.

It marks the end of an era for football in mid Wales.

The County Times has delved back into the archive and more than 100 years of football across the region.

Over the next week the County Times will conduct online polls for readers to choose their team of each decade.

The 1990s began with Caersws lifting the title before Morda United took the championship over the border in 1991.

Knighton Town secured the honours in 1992 before Machynlleth enjoyed a period of dominance with three successive titles between 1993 and 1995.

Newtown ended the monopoly in 1996 before Caersws reclaimed the title in 1997.

The decade came to a close with Kerry on top with the villagers lifting consecutive titles in 1998 and 1999.

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