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Newtown’s hard-working young lock forward Jayden McDonogh sizes up the situation in this moment in Saturday’s hard-fought win against the Newcastle Knights at the Cessnock Sports Ground. Photo: MAF Photography (Mario Facchini)
Newtown’s hard-working young lock forward Jayden McDonogh sizes up the situation in this moment in Saturday’s hard-fought win against the Newcastle Knights at the Cessnock Sports Ground. Photo: MAF Photography (Mario Facchini)

The Jets bring back two valuable points from their trip to the northern Coalfields

NSWRL Intrust Super Premiership NSW – 14th Round

Saturday, 10th June 2017

Cessnock Sports Ground

Newcastle Knights v Newtown

Kick-off time was 3.00pm.

Newtown 18:

Daniel Mortimer, Jesse Ramien, Edrick Lee tries;

Fa’amanu Brown 3 goals

defeated

Newcastle Knights 16:

Sam Mataora, Trent Hodkinson, Tom Hughes tries;

Trent Hodkinson 2 goals.

Half-Time: Newtown led 18-6.

Referee: Adam Cassidy. Touch Judges: Joe Eid and Ben Teague.

Playing surface: In excellent condition despite several days of heavy rain.

Weather: Grey and overcast. Heavy rain had fallen during the morning.

Temperature: 16 degrees. Slight south-easterly breeze.

Newtown’s team for this match was:
Matt Evans, Edrick Lee, Jordan Drew, Jesse Ramien, James Tuitahi, Daniel Mortimer, Fa’amanu Brown, Jayden McDonogh, Kenny Niko, Jack Williams, Kurt Dillon, Kurt Kara, Tepatasi Fuiavailili.

Bench: Jaimin (Jimmy) Jolliffe, Saulala Houma, Leigh Higgins, Jordan Galloway.

Coach: Greg Matterson.

Saulala Houma was playing his 100th game for the Newtown Jets, and Matt Evans was playing his 50th game for the club. Congratulations from everyone at the Newtown RLFC to both players.

Newcastle Knights:

Nick Meaney, Tom Hughes, Cory Denniss, Jacob Gagan, Tom Cronan, William Pearsall, Trent Hodkinson, Tyrone Amey, Braden Robson, Pat Mata’utia, Mickey Paea, Joey Morris, Sam Mataora.

Bench: Tom Starling, Bradie Smith, Sam Bernstrom, Pauli Pauli.

Coach: Simon Woolford.

Congratulations to the young Newtown RLFC staff member Corey Griffiths-Simpson who has been chosen to be a ball-boy for State of Origin II at ANZ Stadium on Wednesday, 21st June 2017.

Match Timeline: –

First Half:

Newcastle kicked off to the southern end of the Cessnock Sports Ground.

The Knights came out of the blocks fast and dominated the first five minutes.

6th minute: Sam Mataora scores to the right of the goal-posts.

Converted by Trent Hodkinson. Knights 6-0 after 7 minutes.

10th min; Midfield penalty to Newtown gives the Jets a chance to get at the Knights end.

11th min; Determined try by Daniel Mortimer, scored to the right of the northern end goal-posts

Converted by Fa’amanu Brown. 6-all after 12 mins.

13th min; James Tuitahi goes close on the right-hand northern corner but is tackled out.

21st min: Relieving penalty to Jets to get them away from their own line.

30th min: Jesse Ramien scores 10 metres in from north-east corner.

Converted from wide out by Fa’amanu Brown. Newtown 12-6.

35th minute: Jets moving the ball well and with purpose.

Daniel Mortimer’s cut-out pass ends in a try to Edrick Lee who takes the ball closer in to the posts.

Converted by Fa’amanu Brown. Newtown leads 18-6 after 36 minutes.

38th minute: Knights looking dangerous at Newtown’s end but they lose the ball 5 metres out from Jets tryline.

Half-Time: Newtown leads 18-6.

Completions: Newtown 16/20, Knights 13/18.

Newtown had 56% of possession.

Coach Matterson says that defence is the key to the second half and he calls for a huge defensive effort from his players, knowing there will be a resurgence from the Knights.

Both teams desperately need to take the competition points from this game.

Second Half:

Jets kick off to the southern end.

Knights knock on a high kick in the 47th minute.

Jordan Drew goes very close to scoring.

Penalty to Newtown in 48th minute helps keep the pressure on the Knights.

Kenny Niko takes a resounding hit to the side of his head and leaves the field for medical observation.

Knights get close to scoring in the 55th minute.

Repeat sets to the Knights at Newtown’s end in the 60th minute and now it’s the Jets under the cosh.

Jets defence stays solid.

63rd minute: Trent Hodkinson charges down a Jets clearing kick, toes the ball ahead, regathers and scores to the left of the northern end uprights.

He converts his own try. Newtown 18-12 in 65th minute.

Knights stack their left side and good ball-handling and a determined effort by winger Tom Hughes sees him score in the north-west corner in 66th minute.

Not converted. Newtown leads 18-16 with 13 minutes left to play.

71st minute: Knights tackled out over the sideline 10 metres out from Newtown’s tryline.

Knights maintain the attacking pressure.

Jets turn over the ball midfield in the 77th minute.

Penalty to Newtown 20 metres out from their own line in the 79th minute settles the issue.

Full-Time: Newtown wins 18-16.

Coach Matterson says this was a good, hard win and one we needed badly.

Second half completions:

Newtown 13/17; Knights 13/18.

Knights had 52% of possession.

Penalties for the match: Newtown 7-5.

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.

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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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