21-year-old Tom Owen-Evans joined the Bulls after leaving Falkirk in October 2018.
The Bristol-born midfielder began his career at Bristol City and after making his way through the youth setup at Ashton Gate, Tom signed a professional deal with Newport County AFC across the border following his debut for the Exiles in April 2015 against York City.
After a few appearances off the bench at the beginning of the 2015/16 Sky Bet League Two season, Owen-Evans forced his way in to a regular name on the teamsheet and made 26 appearances for the South Wales club.
Tom then joined National League North club Gloucester City at the beginning of the next season, scoring once in four appearances for the Tigers before getting recalled by his parent club Newport County in November 2016.
After scoring his first ever professional goal for Newport against Morecambe two months after being recalled from his loan spell at Gloucester, the goal was struck from the record books with the match was abandoned at half-time due to a waterlogged pitch.
Tom didn’t have to wait too long before he got his name on the scoresheet again though, and this time it would count! A vitally important solo strike from 20-yards out away at Exeter City was a turning point in Newport’s League survival back in 2017.
On 11 May 2017 Owen-Evans signed a new two-year contract with Newport County before joining National League South side Truro City on loan until the end of the 2017-18 season.
After a brief spell at Scottish Championship side Falkirk didn’t work out, the Bulls snapped up Owen-Evans in October 2018.