NEWTOWN JETS 2016 RALLY DAY
The 2016 season is due to kick off in a few weeks’ time and the mighty Newtown Jets are again a part of the NSW Cup with our NRL partners the Cronulla Sharks.
To celebrate we will be kicking off the season in style with a Rally Day as our welcome to the season.
Players, coaches and staff will be in attendance and it will be chance to see what the Jets are all about as well as sign up for membership and receive two free tinnies from our good friends at Young Henrys, buy some merchandise and learn more about the best club in the 2nd tier of rugby league in Australia.
It’s on Saturday February 27th @ The VIC on the Park Marrickville, 2 Addison Rd, Marrickville from 2 till 5pm – it’s free for everyone to attend and perfect for bringing the kids along.
The afternoon will include Pass the Ball & Impossible Basketball shot competitions, a spit roast (free for 2016 Jets members), Ice Cream Joe’s Mr Whippy, a free jumping castle & face painting for the little ones as well as old Newtown game footage on the big screen and DJs kicking out some great tunes. The ever-popular Jetman and Syd the Pig will also both be there.
There will be a Jets merchandise stand where you can pick up the coolest rugby league attire in the country as well as sign up for a membership.
We’ll also have some great raffles & prizes to giveaway throughout the afternoon and you can also enjoy the great menu on offer at The VIC on the Park which will be open all day for meals, or to get a drink at the bar.
So if you’re a Jets fan or a lover of rugby league the way it used to be come down to The VIC on the Park and rally behind your community club – The Newtown Jets.
We’re still playing home games at 3pm on Saturdays at Henson Park.
IT’S RETRO RUGBY LEAGUE AND THAT’S HOW IT IS OUT NEWTOWN JETS WAY
Australia’s oldest rugby league football club celebrates its 115th birthday on Sunday, 8th January 2023
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.