Newtown Jets Virtual Team List v Wests Magpies Wed 29th July, 2020
Welcome to Round 20 of Newtown Jets Virtual Season 2020.
While we might not be able to watch Newtown Jets games live this season we can relive past glories from years gone by. As part of Virtual Season 2020, JETS TV is broadcasting classic matches featuring our opponents from the 2020 Canterbury Cup NSW draw in “Amco Cup retro-style” on Wednesday nights at 8.00pm. Our intrepid social media team will “live tweet” the game as if they had entered a time machine and want you to be part of the action.
On Wednesday, 29th July they head to Lidcombe Oval to bring you an ISP NSW foundation clubs clash between Newtown and Wests that was actually played on Saturday, 26th May, 2018.
It was a big day of nostalgia for Wests but the Jets really needed the competition points.
The match was televised live by Channel Nine, and it was also a huge ‘Return to Lidcombe’ Day for our old foundation club compadres, Wests Magpies. Wests rejoined the Intrust Super Premiership NSW competition in 2018, after last playing in the former NSW Cup in 2012 and were sitting in 2nd place on the ladder. The Newtown Jets needed a win badly after capitulating the weekend prior against last-placed Wyong to slip to 8th place. This Magpies-Jets encounter also marked the return of the Tom Raudonikis Cup series.
Thanks to Biofreeze, Newtown Jets has named its team from the game. Many thanks to our Player Sponsors listed in brackets.
1 Will Kennedy (Kris Gale)
15 Charlton Schaafhausen (Golden Barley Hotel)
2 Matt Evans (John Cahill & Jennifer Malone)
4 Reubenn Rennie (Mark Dewar)
5 Sione Katoa (Golden Barley Hotel)
6 Jack A Williams (Adam Whyte)
7 Kyle Flanagan (The Daaboul Family)
8 Braden Uele (Steven Helmich)
9 Blayke Brailey (Wayne Leong & Kim Fuller)
10 Kurt Dillon (Dave Nelson)
11 Briton Nikora (Manoosh Pizzeria)
12 Anthony Moraitis (c) (Loudon & Vaughan Private Wealth)
13 Daniel Vasquez (Nifty Foods)
14 Addison Demetriou (Biofreeze)
16 Billy Magoulias (Goodfellows Sports & Socks)
17 Wes Lolo (Schofield King Lawyers)
21 Malakai Houma (Label Plus)
3 Lachlan Stein (Brasco)
22 Bessie Aufaga-Toomaga (SMI – Sports Medicine Institute)
Coach: Greg Matterson (Sydney Mutual Bank) If you’re a 2020 Newtown Jets member and would like to request a match for our Virtual Season contact us here.
Please keep spreading the word for our Keep The Jets Flying Campaign.
The willingness and generosity of our members, supporters and friends to join this critically-needed fund-raising campaign has been awe-inspiring.
We recognize not everyone can afford to help financially during these extremely challenging times but if you can, there is always room to join this mighty crusade to keep the Jets alive in rugby league football.
For an outlay of $100.00 you will be given access to Jets memorabilia that will last a lifetime. It will enable you to relive time and again one of the greatest year’s in our club’s history – 2019. While we have no live games to watch this year, you can relive the majestic glories of last season when you JOIN HERE .
The support from our members and friends will help ensure we return in 2021 to defend our 2019 Canterbury Cup NSW premiership and our NRL State Championship title.
Massive thanks to all our loyal members and sponsors that have stuck with us for 2020, regardless of the season being cancelled to help the club through this tumultuous time. You are the spirit of 8972 personified.
Another way you can Keep The Jets Flying is donating to Laps With Trady.This fundraiser has been set up by a group of members and supporters and features our lovable larrikin John Trad doing laps of Henson Park on his trusty penny farthing every week. Check out https://www.facebook.com/Laps-with-Trady-100545721662756/ for all the details.
Meanwhile, our feeder clubs Glebe Burwood and Sydney Uni continue their seasons this Sunday at Henson with Uni taking on Wentworthville in the Sydney Shield from 11.30am whilst Glebe (who are coming off a 16-12 victory over Norths) do the same in the Presidents Cup at 2pm. This match doubles as the NSWRL Challenge Cup final with the winners walking away with a handy $15k in prize money. Go the Dirty Reds!