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Newtown Jets outside back Jonah Ngaronoa puts a step on two Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs opponents at Henson Park on Saturday evening. Photo: Mario Facchini, mafphotography
Newtown Jets outside back Jonah Ngaronoa puts a step on two Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs opponents at Henson Park on Saturday evening. Photo: Mario Facchini, mafphotography

Jets given a lesson by the Bulldogs

The Newtown Jets were well beaten by the Canterbury Bulldogs in the Canterbury Cup NSW trial match played at Henson Park on Saturday evening (22nd February).

This was Newtown’s first trial match against Canterbury Cup opposition and the Bulldogs dished out a salutary lesson to the error-prone and disorganised Jets, winning the match played over four twenty-minute quarters by 16-4.

There were no conversion attempts taken during the match and the Bulldogs scored a try in each of the four twenty-minute segments, taking an 8-4 lead into halftime. Jets centre Jonah Ngaronoa (a product of the 2019 Cronulla Sharks Jersey Flegg squad) scored Newtown’s only try in the 38th minute.

Newtown’s error rate turned over plenty of ball to the Bulldogs and the Jets had to defend close to their own try-line for extended periods.

The Jets are at home to Manly-Warringah’s Canterbury Cup partnership club, Blacktown Workers Sea Eagles, at Henson Park next Sunday, 1st March, at 2.00pm. This will be Newtown’s final trial match for 2020.

Congratulations to Terry Rowney.

The Newtown RLFC extends hearty congratulations to the club’s long-time benefactor Terry Rowney on being made a Life Member of the NSW Rugby League on Friday, 21st February. Terry is a life-long Newtown Bluebags/Jets supporter and became a Director of the Newtown RLFC in 1980. In addition to the serious responsibilities of being a Director of the Newtown Jets for the past forty years, he has been a generous sponsor for many years as well as being a key strategist, negotiator and multi-faceted problem-solver in the club’s chequered existence since 1983.

You can read more about Terry’s Life Membership award on this link to the NSW Rugby League’s website:  https://www.nswrl.com.au/news/2020/02/21/three-new-members-inducted-into-life-membership-of-nswrl/

Here are the details of the Canterbury Cup NSW trial match played at Henson Park on Saturday, 22nd February:

NSWRL Canterbury Cup NSW

Trial Match

Saturday, 22nd February 2020

Henson Park

Newtown v Canterbury-Bankstown

Kick-Off: 5.00pm.

The match was played over four twenty-minute quarters, with no goal-kicking.

Canterbury-Bankstown 16:

Wyatt Reynolds, A J Rehab, Justin Filo, Toa Mataáfa tries

defeated

Newtown 4:

Jonah Ngaronoa.

Progress scores:

Quarter-Time: Bulldogs 4-0; Half-Time: Bulldogs 8-4; Three-Quarter Time: Bulldogs 12-4; Full-Time: Bulldogs 16-4.

Referee: Damian Briscoe

Touch Judges: John Woods and Tim Hannon.

Newtown’s team was:

Tyla Tamou, Edward Aiono, Henry Patterson, John Olive, Joshua Delailoa, Isaac Thomson, Brandon Finnegan, Jackson Stewart, Matt Stimson, Harry McLellan, Sione Afemui, Lachlan Scarpelli, Pat Mafi.

Bench: Jake Olam, Jonah Ngaronoa, Addison Demetriou, Zac Woolford, Jayden Millard, Tom Caughlan, Brandon Luamanu, Zane Elsley.

Coach: Greg Matterson.

Canterbury-Bankstown:

Declan Casey, Toa Mataáfa, Aaron Schoupp, Cleveland McGhie, Lachlan Peachey, Paul Karaitiana, Jesse Marschke, Jav Pitovao, Dalton Smith, Liam Taylor, Peni Teaupa, Ben Marschke, Devontai Seumanutafa.

Bench: Wyatt Reynolds, Justin Filo, Chris Patolo, Billy Mozer, Ryan Gray, Auzzie Tuwhangai, AJ Rehab, Adam Rizk.

Coach: Brad Henderson.

Details of Newtown’s next trial:

NSWRL Canterbury Cup NSW

Trial Match

Sunday, 1st March 2020

Henson Park

Newtown v Blacktown Workers Sea Eagles

Kick-Off: 2.00pm.

Curtain-Raiser: There will be a NSWRL Jersey Flegg trial match at 12 noon.

Taking It To The Streets – The Second Life of the Newtown RLFC is an updated version of the history of the Newtown Jets that focuses on the club’s second life in rugby league from 1991 to 2018.

It retails at $30.00 per copy and can be purchased online or directly from the Newtown RLFC office.

Online: www.newtownjetsclothing.com.au

The book is directly available from the Newtown RLFC office at 14 Rich Street, Marrickville during business hours, or by calling 1300 36 36 90.

It is also available at these bookstores:

Better Read Than Dead, 265 King Street, Newtown, NSW

Gleebooks, 49 Glebe Point Road, Glebe, NSW

Gleebooks, 536 Marrickville Road, Dulwich Hill, NSW

Dymocks Sydney, 424-430 George Street, Sydney, NSW

Dymocks Broadway, Broadway Shopping Centre, Shop 118, Level 1, 1 Bay Street, Broadway, NSW

Hill of Content Bookshop, 275 Darling Street, Balmain, NSW

Harry Hartog Bookseller, Shop 5036, Westfield Bondi Junction, 500 Oxford Street, Bondi Junction, NSW

Berkelouw Leichhardt, Shop 5, 70 Norton Street, Leichhardt, NSW

Abbey’s Bookshop, 131 York Street, Sydney, NSW.

Taking It To The Streets – The Second Life of the Newtown RLFC has received favourable reviews and/or endorsements from prominent personages such as Ian Heads, Ron E. Sparks, Barry Ross, Phil Gould, Brian Canavan and Jamie Soward, along with overseas rugby league identities such as Dave Hadfield (UK), Alex Service (UK), Harry Edgar (UK), Alex Murphy (UK), Sir Peter Leitch (The Mad Butcher) (NZ) and John Coffey (NZ).

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Champion Newtown rugby league centre Dick Poole in action for the Bluebags against South Sydney. Photo: Newtown RLFC

Bluebags legend turns 90 this week

Newtown Jets front-rower Mose Masoe pictured in full cry against Wentworthville back in 2010. Photo: Mike Biboudis Photography

The inspirational Mose Masoe is all set to deliver the Super League Grand Final football

Great moments from 2019 … Newtown Jets team captain Jack A. Williams addresses the crowd at Bankwest Stadium after Newtown’s 20-15 win against Wentworthville in the 2019 Canterbury Cup NSW grand final. Photo: Mario Facchini, mafphotography

Newtown Jets back in training for the 2021 season

Tommy Raudonikis, pictured here scoring in the 1981 Grand Final, had the honour of captaining his state in the first-ever Origin game.

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Jack A. Williams holds the Canterbury Cup NSW premiership trophy aloft in a moment of supreme triumph for the entire Newtown RLFC. Photo: Mike Magee Photography

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