Attention all Newtown Jets members, friends and supporters – you can still buy Jets clothing, merchandise and books
The Newtown Rugby League Football Club is pleased to announce that it will soon be launching a special fund-raising campaign with respect to the cancellation of the 2020 Canterbury Cup NSW season and all of the associated implications.
This innovative fund-raising and morale-boosting campaign is going to give Newtown Jets supporters and friends everywhere the chance of purchasing some truly unique club memorabilia. Watch this page, the email newsletter, and the Facebook and Twitter sites for further information.
Don’t forget that the full range of Newtown Jets clothing, merchandise and books are all available for purchase online and by phone orders. The clothing range includes the superb 2019 Premiership/Championship t-shirts, plus the extensive range of top-quality Newtown Jets clothing and merchandise selections.
Your link to the clothing and merchandise purchases is: www.newtownjetsclothing.com.au
For all inquiries and to make over-the-phone purchases, call Olga on 9052 6980.
Last year’s addition to the Newtown Jets history library, “Taking It To The Streets – The Second Life of the Newtown RLFC” can be purchased online by using this link:
or by calling 9052 6980.
You can also call this same number to get details about the various bookshops in inner-western Sydney, the Sydney CBD and the eastern suburbs where you can buy this book.
“Taking It To The Streets – The Second Life of the Newtown RLFC” has been favourably reviewed by such rugby league dignitaries and cognoscenti as the highly-respected author and journalist Ian Heads; long-term Sydney radio and media identity Ron E. Sparks; English authors and commentators Dave Hadfield, Alex Service and Harry Edgar, and local rugby league commentators and analysts (and former Jets players!) Phil Gould and Jamie Soward.
You can also buy Terry Williams’ acclaimed 2008 Newtown RLFC centenary publication, “Through Blue Eyes – A Pictorial History of the Newtown RLFC” by utilising the Jets clothing and merchandise link or by calling 9052 6980. The award-winning author and journalist Malcolm Andrews rated this as one of his all-time favourite rugby league books.