Mounties vs. Newtown
Sunday 18th July, 2pm
Aubrey Keech Reserve
Bob “The Brow” Carnegie and Colin “Murph” Murphy invite you to a Newtown RLFC ex-players and supporters reunion at Henson Park this Sunday
Next Sunday’s 9th round top of the table President’s Cup clash at Henson Park between the Glebe Dirty Reds (in second place) and the undefeated Maitland Pickers is also the occasion for a reunion day of former Newtown players and supporters.
The reunion day is being organised by former players and Henson Park drawcards Bob Carnegie (1964 to 1972) and Colin Murphy (1976 to 1983). Newtown Jets supporters are also welcome to come along to Henson Park this Sunday, 13th September (the first game kicks off at 11.30am), to catch up with all the ex-players for a beverage or two.
Sunday’s match details at Henson Park are:
NSWRL President’s Cup – Round 9
Sunday, 13th September 2020
Glebe Dirty Reds v Maitland Pickers
(Sydney Shield curtain-raiser: Sydney University v East Campbelltown, 11.30am).
This September is Father’s Month at the Newtown Jets clothing and merchandise website, and you can get 25% off the full price for caps and t-shirts for the entirety of September 2020.
Go to: www.newtownjetsclothing.com.au to take advantage of this terrific Father’s Month offer.
Are you looking for top-class rugby league reading choices?
Go to: https://www.newtownjetsclothing.com.au/product-category/books/ for these two well-reviewed publications:
Taking It To The Streets – The Second Life of the Newtown RLFC ($30.00) and Through Blue Eyes – A Pictorial History of the Newtown RLFC ($15.00).
Last Thursday’s Member’s Badge winner was Nicholas Jones (Membership number 937).
Support the Jets by purchasing a Newtown Jets face mask.
You can beat Covid-19 and help the Jets get ready for the 2021 rugby league season:
Last Sunday (6th September) the Glebe Dirty Reds cut loose in the second half to run up a 42-24 win against the Western Rams (a selection based on the Western Division boundaries of the former Country Rugby League).
The boys from the other side of the Blue Mountains led 18-4 at halftime and a massive upset was on the cards.
Big Wes Lolo led the way with three tries as the Dirty Reds piled on 38 points to 6 in the second half.
The Glebe lads confront tougher opposition this Sunday (13th September) , with the undefeated Maitland Pickers being described as one of the best country rugby league club teams seen in decades.