The Barry Town Supporters' Cup is an annual competition, started after the Second World War when Barry supporters donated a challenge cup trophy to the administrators of the local league.
The tournament is played under a traditional knock-out format rules and typically includes some of town and surrounding area's strongest amateur sides.
The 2014 competition was won by Island Marine, who defeated Tynewydd by two goals to nil in the final at Jenner Park (pictured, Marine in blue).
Barry manager Gavin Chesterfield and long-time fan Ian Johnson were on hand to present the cup on behalf of the club and its followers.
In 2015 meanwhile, supporter and secretary David Cole did the honours, awarding winners VIFC with the historic trophy.