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Newtown Jets second-rower Siosifa Talakai bursts through the New Zealand Warriors defence to score in the first half at Henson Park on Saturday. Photo: Michael Magee Photography.
Newtown Jets second-rower Siosifa Talakai bursts through the New Zealand Warriors defence to score in the first half at Henson Park on Saturday. Photo: Michael Magee Photography.

Jets salvage a valuable competition point against the Warriors

Newtown drew 20-all with the New Zealand Warriors in the 12th Round Canterbury Cup NSW fixture played at Henson Park on Saturday afternoon.

The Jets led 10-6 at halftime and the second half was a thrilling spectacle as both teams threw the ball around and strove desperately to gain the two competition points.

The Warriors led 20-14 with three minutes to go but the Jets equalised through a try to centre Matt Evans and a conversion from wide out by halfback Braydon Trindall. The lively little Jets halfback nearly landed a long-distance field goal attempt in the last minute of play.

There was quite a reasonable attendance at Henson Park today despite the 1.00pm kick-off and the fact that rain had been forecast.

Details of today’s Canterbury Cup match:

Newtown 20:

Ronaldo Mulitalo, Siosifa Talakai, Sione Katoa, Matt Evans tries;

Braydon Trindall 2 goals

drew with

New Zealand Warriors 20:

Taane Milne, Sam Lisone, Adam Pompey, Adam Keighran tries:

Adam Keighran, Chanel Harris-Tavita goals.

Half-Time: Newtown led 10-6.

Newtown’s team:

Will Kennedy, Sione Katoa, Jackson Ferris, Matt Evans, Ronaldo Mulitalo, Jack A. Williams, Braydon Trindall, Wes Lolo, Billy Magoulias, Jaimin Jolliffe, Teig Wilton, Siosifa Talakai, Scott Sorensen.

Bench: Luke Polselli, Daniel Vasquez, Craig Garvey, Greg Eastwood.

Coach: Greg Matterson.

New Zealand Warriors:

Adam Pompey, Gerard Beale, Hayze Perham, Cole Waaka, Taane Milne, Adam Keighran, Chanel Harris-Tavita, Chris Satae, Tyler Slade, Sam Lisone, Blayke Ayshford, Ligi Sao, Leivaha Pulu.

Bench: Sean Mullany, Jackson Frei, Adam Tuimavave-Gerrard, Preston Riki.

Coach: Nathan Cayless.

Referee: Damian Briscoe.

Touch Judges: Mitchell Stone and Cameron Mitchell.

Playing surface: Excellent.

Weather: 17 degrees, overcast, cloudy, brisk southerly breeze.

The Warriors ran with the wind in the first half and Newtown had the advantage of the stronger breeze in the second half.

Other games played at Henson Park today resulted as follows:

Jersey Flegg: Cronulla-Sutherland 18 defeated New Zealand Warriors 16.

Ron Massey Cup: Cabramatta 20 defeated Glebe-Burwood 6.

Sydney Shield: Cabramatta 44 defeated Sydney University 4.

Details of Newtown’s next game:

NSWRL Canterbury Cup NSW – 13th Round

Saturday, 8th June 2019

Henson Park

Newtown versus Wentworthville

Kick-Off: 3.00pm

On 6th October 2019 at ANZ Stadium, the Newtown Jets defeated Burleigh Bears 20-16 in the NRL State Championship Final. This win effectively made Newtown the best club team (outside of the NRL competition) in Australia, New Zealand and Papua-New Guinea. Newtown centre Jackson Ferris (with the ball) is shown sprinting away for the winning try with less than ten seconds of regular time left to play, having seized upon a pin-point short kick by his team-mate Billy Magoulias. Newtown had trailed 10-2 at half-time and 16-14 going into the last ten seconds of the match. Photo: Michael Magee Photography

Newtown Jets celebrate one of the greatest years in their long history

Newtown’s rugged back-rower Daniel Vasquez was in full voice when he led his Jets team-mates in a victory chorus at the Mayoral Civic Reception, held at the Petersham RSL Club on the evening of the 9th October 2019. Photo: Michael Magee Photography

Reminder: RSVP for the Newtown Jets Victories Dinner and Presentation Night by Friday, 22nd November 2019

Newtown winger Ray Preston (with the ball) breaks clear in a match against South Sydney at the SCG in 1955. Newtown’s captain-coach Dick Poole is in the background. Photo: Supplied by Terry Williams.

Vale Ray Preston

Newtown’s captains Jack A. Williams (left) and Scott Sorensen (right) proudly hold aloft the two major trophies won in the club’s truly remarkable 2019 season – the Canterbury Cup NSW premiership trophy (left) and the NRL State Championship Trophy (right). This photo was taken at the Mayoral Civic Reception held at the Petersham RSL Club on the evening of Wednesday, 9th October 2019. Photo: Michael Magee Photography.

THE 2019 NEWTOWN JETS VICTORIES DINNER AND PRESENTATION NIGHT

Newtown Jets winger Sione Katoa scores his second try just five minutes out from full-time at ANZ Stadium last Sunday. Photo: Mario Facchini, mafphotography

Jets claim national title with a sensational try in the game’s final seconds

Newtown Jets dynamic second-rower Scott Sorensen scores (off a perfectly-placed kick by Billy Magoulias) in the first half in last Sunday’s Canterbury Cup NSW Grand Final against Wentworthville, played at Bankwest Stadium. Photo:  Mario Facchini, mafphotography

Jets are fully primed for tilt at State Championship honours

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