Blue shirts, black shorts and socks
Red shirts, shorts and socks
Bush Park, Newbridge
TREOWEN STARS HISTORY
Treowen Stars were formed in 1926 and played most of their football in the Abertillery & District and West Mon leagues. It was in the early 70’s under the Chairmanship of Archie Davies that Treowen now in the Mon Senior League planted the seeds of today’s success.
In 1973, new changing rooms were erected just below the field, at “Bush Park”, largely paid for with proceeds of a very successful Tote, run by the Committee at the time.
It wasn’t until 1984 that, the club was given licence to sell Alcohol on the premises. It didn’t take long to reconstruct the inside of the building, since at that time a very strong social element had been very instrumental in keeping the club going financially.
In 1986, won promotion from the 3rd Division of the now Gwent County League, Treowen started the climb up the ladder.
In 1991, Treowen gained promotion from Division 2 and a year later clinched the first division title at the first attempt. This was at the time of the introduction of the “Pyramid” system and Treowen were offered a place in the Welsh League. Within weeks the required improvements were completed and Treowen entered the Welsh League.
In 1992, their first season in the Welsh League, Treowen won the League by March.
The following year Treowen again won promotion, this time finishing Runners-up losing out on goal difference, in the same season they also finished Runners-up in the Cyril Rogers Cup Final losing to Barry Town.
Treowen made amends in 1997-98, winning the League Cup, 4-3(aet) against B.P.Llandarcy in what was a very exciting final.
Treowen were relegated from the Welsh League in 2006, but were promoted from the Gwent County League in 2010 after completing the League and cup double.
Last season Treowen finished in 15th position in Division Three.
Maes Yr Haf Lane
A versatile player who has added strength to the defence with his pace, vision and skill, very industrious with a great touch who is a vital cog in the wheel.
Tommy is a top draw centre back who reads the game so well he has a sweet left foot, is strong in the tackle and is good in the air, he is a leader and a great team player
A very versatile player who returned to form last season. A very skilful hard working team member.
One of the most versatile players in the club. Covers every inch of the field, a great engine and sets a perfect example to other players in the club.
Can play either up front or midfield player with high energy and can boss a game with his all round play. In his second season with the club.
Signed from Aberbargoed Buds, A very strong player who can play at either full back or midfield.
Another product of the Youth Team. Broke into the first team after impressing with the Reserves. Holds the ball up well, has a great engine and a very versatile player
Signed from Risca, a very good midfielder with a bright future
Another product of the Youth Team, he is now developing into a very strong and creative midfield player for the team.
A product of the Youth System. Has made the left back position is own after a long spell in midfield, supports well and eager to get forward at the earliest opportunity
Recently signed from STM Sports. A very creative midfield player, comfortable on the ball. Will be agreat asset to the team.
A valued member of the coaching staff who is a very strong no nonsense midfielder, a great asset to the team.
|James Corrigan - Davies|
|Keith Ioan Protheroe|
Signed this season from Treowen Stars. Previous clubs Cefn Forest
Just returned after a lengthy time out through injury. His work rate, industrialism and skill has been missed and when back to full fitness will be a great asset.