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Can you name the Welsh Cup winning towns and cities?

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# of Welsh CupsCity or TownHint
23This city won the first Cup in 1878; its last win was in 1995
23This city's first win came in 1912, it's most recent in 1993. It's most prominent team now plays in the English system, but the 1999 Cup was won by a then-minor city team that now plays in the Welsh Premier League
10This city's first win came in 1913, it's most recent in 1991; the city's current team plays in the English system and can no longer represent Wales in the UEFA Champions League
8One of the smallest Cities in the UK, this place has hosted the Cup 8 times between 1889 and 2010
8This town won 8 times between 1880 and 1904. Merged in 1923, the club lives on as Cefn Druids
7This town just over the English border has played an active role in Welsh Football since the 1880s, winning with three separate teams in 1884, 1901 and 1907, and again in 2009 and 2014-16; they represent a Welsh sister city across the border and so are still eligible for the Cup
6This English team, now in League One, won the Welsh Cup in 1891, 1938, 1977, 1979, 1984, and 1985; English teams are no longer allowed to compete for the Cup
6This south Wales town, once an island, brought home the Cup in 1955, 1994, 1997, 2000, 2002, and 2003
5This small border town still hosts the original team, founded in 1876, which won Cups in 1887, 1888, 1890, 1892, and 1894
4This seaside town has hosted a team since the 1880s, and won the Cup in 1952, 1953, 2004, 2006
3This English town won three cups between 1908 and 1933, but the original team folded in 2010 and was replaced.
3The team that brought the 1949, 1951, and 1987 Cups to this city recently reformed as a new club that does not include the full name of the town
3This English town, absorbed into a new town in the 1960s, hosted a football club until 2004, and won the Welsh Cup three times between 1902 and 1940
2This Welsh town has hosted a team continuously since 1875, but hasn't won a Cup since 1895
2This small Clwyd town shares a club with a nearby English neighbor just across the border.
# of Welsh CupsCity or TownHint
2This southern city won the Cup in 1948 and 1980 thanks to the efforts of two separate clubs
2The English railway town won back-to-back Cups in 1936-37
1This English town hosts a team that won the Cup only once, in 1990, and has a bull for a mascot
1Despite only winning one Welsh Cup, this coast college-town's team has been a member of the Welsh Premier League every since its founding
1Perhaps the oldest town in Wales, this town finally hoisted the Cup in 2007
1This northern port town hosts a Tata steel mill and a modern incarnation of the old football club that won a Cup in 1929
1Although they won the Cup in 2011, this southern port is really more of a rugby town
1Olympic taekwondo gold medalist Jade Jones calls this town, winner of the 1954 Cup, home
1This English town lying opposite Liverpool won the Cup in 1935
1This tiny railway town and its club of amateurs won the Cup in 1963 and managed to win their first round in the UEFA Champions League against professional players
1This major English port city won the cup in 1934
1This major English port city--and the most successful city in English football--won the Welsh Cup in 1939 thanks to a now minor team from the city's south side
1This town bordering the Brecon Beacons won the cup in 1926
1This northern resort town won the Cup in 2013

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