2023 Memberships

The Newtown Jets had a record five representatives selected in the 2018 NSW Residents rugby league rep team, and they are all pictured here at ANZ Stadium on Sunday evening. From left to right: Kurt Dillon, Scott Sorensen, Aaron Gray, Kyle Flanagan and Blayke Brailey. Photo: Supplied courtesy of the NSW Rugby League
The Newtown Jets had a record five representatives selected in the 2018 NSW Residents rugby league rep team, and they are all pictured here at ANZ Stadium on Sunday evening. From left to right: Kurt Dillon, Scott Sorensen, Aaron Gray, Kyle Flanagan and Blayke Brailey. Photo: Supplied courtesy of the NSW Rugby League

Newtown’s Kyle Flanagan skippers the NSW Residents to a resounding victory

Newtown Jets halfback Kyle Flanagan captained the Intrust Super Premiership NSW Residents team to a comprehensive 36-20 win over Queensland Residents in the rugby league representative match played at ANZ Stadium on Sunday evening. This match was played as the main curtain-raiser to State of Origin II.

Jets second-rower Scott Sorensen had originally been named as the team captain but he was a late withdrawal. Kyle Flanagan led the team with considerable aplomb, and for good measure he converted all six of the Residents team’s tries. Flanagan had three other Newtown Jets comrades in the rep team – centre Aaron Gray, front-rower Kurt Dillon and hooker Blayke Brailey. All told, this was the largest number of Newtown players in a NSW Rugby League senior level representative team in more than one hundred years.

The NSW Residents ran up a 30-0 lead at halftime but inevitably Queensland fought back in the second half, scoring twenty points to make the final margin more respectable. The Jets had another player, centre Reubenn Rennie, named in the team but he withdrew earlier in the week because of injury.

The Newtown Jets are back at Henson Park this Saturday, 30th June, to play Wentworthville. This match will be televised live on Channel Nine and kicks off at 1.00pm.

Jets - De La

The Newtown Jets and the De La Salle JRLFC announce a rugby league partnership

Ken Wilson displays the Newtown Jets team jersey at the 2020 season launch. (Newtown RLFC)

The Newtown RLFC pays a fitting farewell to the greatly-admired and respected Ken Wilson

web The Newtown RLFC 1908 team (NSWRL source).

Australia’s oldest rugby league football club celebrates its 115th birthday on Sunday, 8th January 2023

Ken Wilson is chaired off by Geoff Coburn and Mal Graham after the Jets final match in 1983.

The Newtown club farewells one of its greatest-ever players

The Newtown Jets pictured in festive mode after a tough pre-season training session at Mahoney Reserve, South Marrickville. (Photo: Wayne Leong)

Season’s Greetings from the Jets

George Ndaira speaking at the recent Newtown Jets Presentation Night (Photo: Wayne Leong).

Everything you need to know about Newtown’s new head coach

Australian Mutual Bank
Front of Jersey

Petersham RSL
Back of Jersey

Deicorp
Back of Jersey, Training Gear, Socks

Invisi-Gard
Jersey Minor

John Singleton Group
Sleeve

Schofield King Lawyers
Sleeve

Coverforce
Front of Shorts

The Henson
Back of Shorts

Sydney Park Hotel
Back of Shorts

Sports Medicine Institute
Medical Services & Rehabilitation

Label Plus
Major Sponsor

Arista Technologies
Technology Partner

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.