Season 2019

Jets in narrow loss to Panthers

The Newtown Jets were narrowly beaten 18-16 by the Penrith Panthers in the sixth round Canterbury Cup NSW fixture played at Henson Park on Easter Sunday afternoon. Newtown’s third and final try was scored in the final minute of play, with the time clock effectively preventing any chance of a belated Jets victory. The Panthers…

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Easter Sunday showdown for Jets against Panthers

The Newtown Jets face off against the Penrith Panthers at Henson Park this Sunday, 21st April. Please make note of the early kick-off time of 1.10pm, with this match being televised live on Channel Nine. Following their thrilling victory against North Sydney last Saturday, this match against Penrith (in 5th place on six points) is…

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Jets run of outs continues

The Newtown Jets remain winless and on the bottom of the Canterbury Cup NSW premiership table after four competition rounds. The Jets were comprehensively beaten 42-10 in the match which was played at Ringrose Park on Sunday afternoon in oppressively warm and humid conditions. The Jets were unable to overcome the loss of several key…

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Jets head west still in search of victory

The pressure is on for the Newtown Jets as they head to Ringrose Park for this Sunday’s Round Four Canterbury Cup NSW fixture against Wentworthville. The Wenty Magpies are in seventh place, with one win and two losses, while Newtown occupies the bottom position in the Canterbury Cup NSW competition table with no wins from…

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Winless Jets beaten in the last minute in local derby thriller

In what was the first senior rugby league match played between Newtown and South Sydney at Redfern Oval in thirty-six years, the Rabbitohs broke a host of Newtown Jets hearts by snatching a last-minute 28-26 victory. Redfern Oval might be known now as the Metricon High Performance Centre, but the two foundation clubs certainly turned…

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