Newtown Jets Team List v Penrith Panthers Sat 29th July 2023
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Newtown Jets coach George Ndaira has named his team for the KOE NSW Cup Round 22 clash versus Penrith Panthers being played at BlueBet Stadium, Penrith on Saturday 29th July, 5.05pm kick-off.
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1 Manaia Waitere (Deicorp)
2 Jensen Taumoepeau (Golden Barley Hotel)
3 Mawene Hiroti (Belle Property Newtown)
4 Trentham Petersen (Anytime Fitness Newtown)
5 Thomas Rodwell (Golden Barley Hotel)
6 Daniel Atkinson (Kris Gale & Glen Archibald)
7 Niwhai Puru (Jeffrey Gabriel & Karl Cope)
8 Caleb Uele (Steve Helmich & Brasco)
9 Jayden Berrell (David Nelson & John Webber)
10 Rhys Dakin (Shire Mates)
11 Tuku Hau Tapuha (Nifty Foods)
12 Kyle Pickering (Loudon & Vaughan Private Wealth)
13 Brad Fearnley (Black Sheep)
14 Kurt Dillon (Adam & Linda Whyte)
15 Blake Hosking (John Cahill & Jennifer Malone)
17 Wes Lolo (Brett Scelly & Ray Buckland)
18 Sam Healey (Label Plus & Ferrier Silvia)
22 Kai Parker (Good Fellows Sports & Sox)
Coach: George Ndaira (Arc Commercial Furniture)
The inaugural Wilson-Blacklock Cup is up for grabs this Saturday when the Newtown Jets (currently 3rd) travel to the foot of the mountains to tackle an in-form Penrith Panthers outfit (5th) at BlueBet Stadium from 5.05pm. The Jets are licking their wounds after a third straight defeat at home last weekend against the Sea Eagles in front of a monster Beer Footy Food Festival crowd, whilst the Panthers are coming off a big win over the Bulldogs. Newtown defeated Penrith 29-16 when the teams previously met in Round 10 in what was a bruising encounter. It’s likely to be the same this Saturday. Here’s to a “backs to the wall” win for our Men All Dressed in Blue.
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.