|Full name||Leo Matthew Trevena|
|Died||20 July 2013 (aged 83–84)|
Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia
Leo Trevena (1929-2013) was an Australian professional rugby league footballer who played in the 1950s, and coached in the 1960s and 1970s. He played for the Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs and the Western Suburbs Magpies in the 1950s.He also coached the Penrith Panthers in their 1967 season and their 1973 season. He was the captain of Canterbury team in '54.
Leo Trevena played four seasons with the Western Suburbs Magpies between 1950-1953. He played halfback in the 1950 Magpies team that were runners up in the premiership. He won a premiership with the Magpies in 1952 NSWRFL season.
He joined the Canterbury Bulldogs for one season in 1954 was their main captain throughout the season.
Leo Trevena captain-coached Young to win the Clayton Cup in 1955.He coached the Penrith Panthers in 1967 and 1973.
He retired to the Gold Coast in later life, and died there on 20 July 2013.
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