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Newtown Whitestars became the junior section of Newtown Football Club in Sept 2005. Click on the 'Read More' link below to find out the history of the Whitestars name and it's origin.

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1) Useful Documents.
* Team/Results Sheet
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2) Mid/North Powys Juniors
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3) End of Season Pics.
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keith hardingThe website on the link below has been setup in memory of Keith Harding, Chairman of Newtown Football Club.

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Welcome, dear visitor!

This web site was set up with donations in the memory of Andrew Cornish a dad to two of our young players.

Andrew and Sport: From a very young age Andrew was interested in all sport and started playing football at the age of six. At the time his favourite team was Leeds United! And more recently Newtown Football Club's 1st team, regularly taking his young sons to support and watch them play on a Saturday afternoon.

Sport was a very important part of his life and had a great influence on developing his character and personality. It taught him that nothing is easily achieved but requires hard work and perseverance.
He was always a team player and as such this shaped his life and contributed to success in his professional career.

Andrew would want every young person to experience the great pleasure that he gained from playing sport in the hope that they too will develop qualities that will help them to lead a successful and fulfilling life.

 

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Excellent Whitestars Extravaganza

End of Seson Celebration Goes Well

Newtown Whitestars the Junior Section of Newtown AFC held their end of season celebration and presentations on Sunday 7th July on the Trehafren Riverside Pitches, courtesy of PCC. It was an excellent spectacle for the large contingent who attended. 200 children attended the gathering, coming from the 13 junior teams competing in the local junior league and added to those were the extra children under 7yrs who attend the Sunday afternoon or Friday night "turn up and play" sessions.

Whitestars Chairperson, Nicky Morris congratulated the hard-working committee, all the volunteers, managers and coaches on the superb display, but reward enough came from the dozens of smiling faces from all who participated.

Mid Wales Housing Association sponsored the medals for the event.

With sponsorship for the event also coming from;

  •    * Neville Evans Scaffolding, who provided the stage
  •    * Janet Rogers and family
  •    * Morgan Griffiths LLP
  •    * NP Vehicle Hire Ltd
  •    * Joyce Jones photography
  •    * Lee Joseph
  •    * John Sillitoe
  •    * S J Timber
  •    * Christians Lewis's U10's team
  •    * Lidl's, Tesco and Morrison's


Photographs on the day were taken by Joyce Jones Photography and Kevin Hughes and can be downloaded from Newtown Whitestars Facebook page.

Newtown Whitestars junior & Newtown AFC provide football in the community for children from 4yrs of age to 16yrs of age. If your child is interested in playing football please contact Nicky Morris on 07811385253. We are also looking for volunteer coaches and managers; also if you are between the ages of 14-25yrs old we can register you with the Millennium volunteers, which will look great on your CV or Uni applications.

The following pictures provided courtesy of Kevin Hughes