More Christmas merchandise information from the Newtown Jets
Christmas Day is just one week away (from today, 21st December) and there are plenty of inspired gift ideas at the Newtown Jets headquarters.
For any order over $120 (excluding postage), the Jets will throw in a free tote bag worth $15.00.
Check this link for the above offer: https://www.facebook.com/newtownrlfc/photos/pb.188486921308905.-2207520000../1578894108934839/?type=3&theater
For more Newtown Jets information about the terrific range of merchandise gifts available, visit www.newtownjetsclothing.com.au or call 9052 6580.
The Newtown Jets merchandise marquee will be operating from 10.00am to 4.00pm on Saturday, 21st December in King Street, Newtown opposite the Dendy Cinema.
The merchandise marquee is very likely to be open on Monday, 23rd December and Tuesday, 24th December.
Newtown Jets supporters everywhere will be most concerned to hear that the Jets greatest-ever points-scorer, Ken Wilson, has not been in good health lately.
The Newtown rugby league community extends good wishes to Ken at this time.
Some heart-warming news from Newtown, Connecticut, USA:
The Newtown High School (from Newtown, Connecticut, USA) won their state’s high school football championship final with a touch-down in the last ten seconds. That sounds familiar! And to top it off, the Newtown High School’s football colours are royal blue!
This was a huge win for the Newtown High School’s local community for important reasons. Their catchment area includes Sandy Hook, the scene of the terrible mass shooting of primary school students in 2012. This state high school championship match was on the anniversary of the shootings, usually a solemn day for their community. This Washington Post story tells you everything special about the win, and the team:
Newtown Jets respect and honour the Traditional Custodians of the Land and pay our respects to their Elders past and present. We acknowledge the stories, traditions and living cultures of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples on the lands we meet, gather and play on and that the land area encompassing Henson Park traditionally belonged to the Gadigal people of the Eora nation.