English Football - Founder Members of Alliance Premier League

The APL (known later as The Conference and now as National League) was formed in 1979 as the top level of English club football below the Football League. Name the 20 founding clubs.
Asterisks in Currently column signify clubs now playing under a different name.
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Currently
Club
National North
Altrincham
Southern Premier*
AP Leamington
Welsh Premier
Bangor City
EFL League Two
Barnet
National
Barrow
National South
Bath City
National North
Boston United
National South*
Gravesend & Northfleet
Southern Premier
Kettering Town
EXTINCT 1992
Maidstone United
Currently
Club
NPL Div. 1 South
Northwich Victoria
EXTINCT 2008
Nuneaton Borough
Southern Premier
Redditch United
EXTINCT 2007
Scarborough
NPL Premier
Stafford Rangers
EXTINCT 2004
Telford United
National South
Wealdstone
Southern Premier
Weymouth
National North
Worcester City
EFL League Two
Yeovil Town
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